Holy Men, ici commence la sainteté, par Mario Testino, photographe

Publié par FABIENRIBERY ©Mario Testino « Eventualy met Gautama a holy man in simple clothes. » Photographe de mode de renommée mondiale né en 1954 à Lima dans une famille irlando-italienne, mais ayant notamment grandi au Brésil, Mario Testino, installé désormais à Londres, souhaitait être prêtre lorsqu’il était enfant. Non par goût strict de la morale et des… More Holy Men, ici commence la sainteté, par Mario Testino, photographe

Bon qu’à ça, par Jacques-Henri Michot, écrivain, veilleur

Publié par FABIENRIBERY Willy Römer, « Berlin, 11 janvier 1919. Barricades faites de rouleaux et de liasses de papier journal dans la Schützenstrasse, devant le siège de la maison d’édition Mosse », 1919© Agentur für Bilder zur Zeitgeschichte « Dites-moi ce qui se passe sur la terre. » (Joseph Joubert) Dans ce monde effondré, dans la progression quotidienne de l’abjection… More Bon qu’à ça, par Jacques-Henri Michot, écrivain, veilleur

Voyant, voyeur, voyou, par Cloro, photographe

Publié par FABIENRIBERY ©Cloro Limité à deux cents exemplaires, le dixième volume de la collection « L’Atelier risographique » pensée par les Editions Bessard est un essai scratché du photographe, illustrateur et directeur artistique italien, né à Rome en 1973, Cloro, par ailleurs fondateur de la maison d’édition indépendante Lato Paper. Composé comme un diary sauvage, Stuck déroute, étonne, excite.… More Voyant, voyeur, voyou, par Cloro, photographe

“No Idea Was Out of the Realm of Possibility”: Editor Michael Felker on Something in the Dirt

by Filmmaker Staffin Editors, Interviews, Sundanceon Jan 23, 2022 Michael Felker, Something in the Dirt,  Sundance, Sundance Film Festival,  Sundance Film Festival 2022 Something in the Dirt is the fifth feature by Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead, indie multi-hyphenates who directed, wrote, shot, co-edited, and produced the story about a pair of fast friends who attempt to turn an encounter with the… More “No Idea Was Out of the Realm of Possibility”: Editor Michael Felker on Something in the Dirt

The Materiality of Memory in the Paintings of Eugène Leroy

Leroy’s canvases seem to be about age and decay — about the process and limits of recollection made manifest. by Jake Romm There is a kind of decay that is accomplished not through subtraction, but rather through accumulation. In the late work of French painter Eugène Leroy, we can see this form of decay given shape… More The Materiality of Memory in the Paintings of Eugène Leroy

A Photographer’s Portrait of the Theater of the Streets

A pioneer of street photography, Levitt worked in the most crowded and poorest neighborhoods of New York searching for the theater of everyday life. by Francesco Dama LONDON — You must look and look, and look again. Helen Levitt’s artwork seems to spring up from such an imperative. A pioneer of street photography, Levitt worked her entire… More A Photographer’s Portrait of the Theater of the Streets

ArtYard’ Invisible Reveals “Missing Histories” in Works by 12 Artists

Curated by Jill Kearney, this exhibition in Frenchtown, NJ amplifies stories both local and universal with work by Willie Cole, Sandra Ramos, sTo Len, and more. by ArtYard ArtYard is pleased to present Invisible, an exhibition featuring the work of 12 artists whose practices examine omitted histories, imperceptible forces, and unspoken narratives which render that which is… More ArtYard’ Invisible Reveals “Missing Histories” in Works by 12 Artists

When The Art Connoisseur Is a Robot

A recent study has found that AI technology can identify an artist’s brushstrokes with over 90% accuracy. by Jasmine Liu Popularly, art connoisseurs are portrayed as sophisticados who carry themselves with an aura of mystery, in command of an inner portal to truth that the rest of us inexplicably just don’t possess. Presented with an unassuming Renaissance painting… More When The Art Connoisseur Is a Robot

“He Knew Exactly What Movie He Wanted to Make”: Editor Henry Hayes on Cha Cha Real Smooth

by Filmmaker Staffin Editors, Interviews, Sundanceon Jan 23, 2022 Cha Cha Real Smooth, Henry Hayes,  Sundance, Sundance Film Festival,  Sundance Film Festival 2022 Cooper Raiff’s follow-up to his 2020 SXSW winner Shithouse follows a recent alum who, unable to find a career path, moves back home and begins to work as a party-starter for his younger brother’s classmates. When he befriends a local’s… More “He Knew Exactly What Movie He Wanted to Make”: Editor Henry Hayes on Cha Cha Real Smooth

“My Process was Much Like Design Brainstorming”: Editor Anisha Acharya on Neptune Frost

by Filmmaker Staffin Editors, Interviews, Sundanceon Jan 23, 2022 Anisha Acharya, Neptune Frost, Sundance, Sundance Film Festival, Sundance Film Festival 2022 Although its distinct color palette is more immediately noticeable, Neptune Frost, a directorial collaboration by slam poet Saul Williams and actress-cinematographer Anisia Uzeyman, also weaves a complex Afrofuturist narrative into a musical that brings pressing political questions about colonialism, environmentalism, and more to… More “My Process was Much Like Design Brainstorming”: Editor Anisha Acharya on Neptune Frost

From the Vault: Nigo and Pharrell on Sneaker Drops and Bootleggers

By Interview Photographed by Karl Lagerfeld This is The Vault, our bi-weekly column in which we revive a conversation from deep in the archives for your viewing pleasure. This time, to mark Kenzo’s upcoming Fall/Winter 2022 collection in Paris—the label’s first under its newly appointed artistic director, Nigo—we dust off our highly-covetable Karl Lagerfeld-helmed June 2005 issue, featuring the… More From the Vault: Nigo and Pharrell on Sneaker Drops and Bootleggers

Life Lessons From Christina Ricci

By Interview Photographed by Ellen von Unwerth Welcome to Life Lessons. This week, as we attempt to process the season finale of Showtime’s Yellowjackets, we look back at one of our most iconic and highly-referenced covers featuring Christina Ricci. The Ricci-renaissance has been building in recent years, starting with a brief appearance in the latest Matrix film, and blossoming into the… More Life Lessons From Christina Ricci