Before pursuing a career in portrait photography, shooting subcultures around the world – Australia, Haiti, Lapland, Mexico, Morocco, and the Philippines – American photographer William Coupon found himself at Studio 54, Steve Rubell and Ian Schrager’s legendary nightclub. Those who attended, despite its short-lived run of 33 months following a tax and drug scandal, included the likes of Andy Warhol , Grace Jones, Diana Ross, Bianca Jagger, and… read more » View Gallery (14 images)
A lot happened in 1997.
In 1992, Tilda Swinton played the titular character in Sally Potter’s film Orlando , an adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s 1928 novel of the same name. In Woolf’s seminal book, Orlando , born a man in Elizabethan times, was a poet who wakes one day in his thirties to find he has become a woman, and lives without ageing for a further 300 years (the novel ends in 1928, while… read more » View Gallery (10 images)
SEXNESS is a new monthly column exploring the shape of 21st-century desire from Lucy Kumara Moore, d irector of Claire de Rouen bookshop . A drive from the deep, a contested ground, a spur to our true identity, desire is manifold.
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For five years during the 1980s, Andy Warhol and Jean Michel Basquiat were close friends and collaborators. The two artists met in 1982, when they were at different stages of their respective careers: Basquiat was an emerging but talked-about graffiti artist, known for using the tag SAMO; while Warhol had already experienced success, in the 60s, and was in this decade experiencing a period of renewed creativity. Now in his fifties, Warhol’s habit of collecting and… read more » View Gallery (9 images)
This afternoon, Prada announced that it will be going fur-free as of Spring/Summer 2020. “As part of the Prada Group, Prada has announced, in collaboration with the Fur Free Alliance, that it will no longer use animal fur in its designs or new products, starting with Prada Spring/Summer 2020 women’s collections,” the announcement read.
Classical art isn’t the first thing that springs to mind when you see the words ‘Russia’ and ‘hacker’ in the same sentence, but Russia-born, US-based coder and hacker Andrei Taraschuk – whose network of art-bots has shared more than 2.7 million artworks across Twitter, Facebook and Tumblr since he began creating them in 2013 – is quick to rebuke any assumptions. “The term ‘hacker’ did not… read more »
French-Argentinian filmmaker Gaspar Noé is something of the enfant terrible of Cannes: in 2015, he premiered the controversial Love at the festival, a charged erotic film in which the actors notoriously engage in unsimulated sex, and last year, Climax , a trippy horror about a dance troupe who drink LSD-laced sangria. (“It’s a dance party set in an upper-circle tier of hell,” said Rolling Stone of the latter.) This week, he returns to the… read more »