Each day until Christmas, the editors of T share a new holiday gift idea.
We lost an important conceptual artist and feminist theorist this year in New Zealand born photographer Alexis Hunter. One of the few things I bookmarked in my researched this year was a fantastic obituary published by the Guardian at the time of her death, that does the artist way more justice than anything I can writer here
As this time of year’s fickle weather agrees to settle on a wintry cold, Brooklyn-based band Tomboy brings on the chills in a different way with their latest video directed by Maria Burns.
David and Victoria Beckham announce their engagement in 1998. Picture: Getty Images Thinking about popping the question this Christmas
Philadelphia’s Gianni Lee is a Renaissance man, operating in both the music and fashion worlds with a seamless swag that sets him apart from the heaps of young creatives trying to do the same.
At the end of November, French artist Claude Rutault came to New York for the first time in 30 years for the opening of his debut American solo exhibition at Galerie Perrotin.
Although Midnight Faces’ latest track could be open for a wide range of interpretation, the band’s composer Matt Doty says, “‘Black Majesty’ is a song about a pit bull that hates me. We’re working it out.”
“I like to put on records and practice for dance parties that I rarely, if ever, attend.”12/16/201
The Acid: Ghost “Originally the inspiration came from a story I heard about Ray Charles being a huge Corvette fan,” says Petecia Le Fawnhawk, co-director of the latest release from transatlantic supergroup, The Acid.
Plus, crystal-embroidered linen works, highlights from Alexander Gerson and Matteo Zevi’s “Land Art Road Trip” residency and more happenings to see in the week ahead.
“Jungle Lady” is the first single off the New York-based act Lion Babe’s self-titled debut EP.
Ed Ross is brilliant portrait photographer, and we were taking a look at his nude portraits this morning and realized that we had not posted about his work in a few years. All his portraits are Tintypes, and he talks a lot about “wet plates,” aka collodion, a photographic process dates from 1851, when talking about his work. Enjoy.
For anyone interested in understanding the history and acceptance of photography as an art form, the work of William Egglestonis a pre-requisite at some point.
Panda Bear has definitely been focusing on some great music video work.
David Zwirner is pleased to present an exhibition of new work by Swedish artist Jockum Nordstr
By the time Lee Bannon started receiving mainstream buzz as a hip-hop producer, beat-building had become a day job and he was ready to move onto something else.
“It’s an honor to celebrate history, the appreciation of craftsmanship, and tradition with a prominent brand who has a sensibility for the same,” photographer Ernesto Roman says of his newest collaboration with Mount Gay Rum.
Here’s our compendium of pop culture news you may have missed while you were doing more important things over the weekend.
Hearing the word jazz might revert a listener’s thoughts to the music of yesteryear, a saxophone player in an upscale bar, or the classics–Louis Armstrong, Dizzy Gillespie, Miles Davis, et al. Up-and-comer Kandace Springs, however, aims to change this notion.
Sweet Prospects Real rejection letters from editors and commissioners provide the inspiration for Sweet Prospects , writer and director Courtney Stephens’ tongue-in-cheek paean to failure. “This film is about being uncertain in your first steps,” says Stephens of the intriguing short, which she co-directed with cinematographer Catherine Goldschmidt.