HER RAVE CARICATURES A THING OF THE PAST, ARTIST MARIKO MORI FOCUSES ON CREATING NEW ECO-FRIENDLY INSTALLATIONS TO BE ENJOYED BY GENERATIONS TO COME Photography Susanna Howe Text Kevin McGarry Over the past twenty years, connectedness has been a driving theme in Mariko Mori’s art, one sparked by our ever-mounting technological frenzy. Born in Tokyo, Mori was a fashion student and runway model in the 1980s before she moved to London and then New York.
A young man and woman embracing in the back of a car. Figures passed out on a Chelsea Hotel bed.
“I liked the rather crazy mix that the city had to offer,” responds Martin Parr when asked about his first trip to Georgia’s state capital. And what a mix it is. Where else can you find Baptist churches, white wine-swilling society folk, and Coca-Cola flip-flops
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Steve Harrington is opening a show up at Beams in Tokyo on the 18th of May. All proceeds from sales of artwork will be donated to tsunami victims
At Home With Bernardo Bertolucci Monday, May 16, 2011 Directors Carlo Lavagna and Roberto de Paolis traveled to Bernardo Bertolucci’s home in Rome’s bohemian Trastevere district to discuss the meaning of cinema and the irrepressible film legend’s Avatar ambitions.
The new book collects travel questionnaires from American designers including Tommy Hilfiger, Phillip Lim, Cynthia Rowley and Alexander Wang.