Rob Halford, de Judas Priest, revela que enfrentó al cáncer y ahora está en remisión

En una reciente entrevista el cantante afirmó que «Tuve mi pequeño enfrentamiento con el cáncer el año pasado». POR ROLLING STONE Rob Halford, el integrante de Judas Priest, reveló en una entrevista con Heavy Consequenceque estuvo en tratamiento por cáncer de próstata el año pasado y cuenta con alegría que ahora está en remisión. En esa misma entrevista Halford… More Rob Halford, de Judas Priest, revela que enfrentó al cáncer y ahora está en remisión

Portrait of a Place: Sky Breaking, Clouds Falling

Portrait of a Place: Sky Breaking, Clouds Falling The unwelcome glare of a police searchlight in New York City paints a picture of a community on the edge Breaking the night and solitudinous privacy of New York City’s unnamed inhabitants, Sky Breaking, Clouds Falling unrolls an epic image of a city on the edge. The year is… More Portrait of a Place: Sky Breaking, Clouds Falling

Sound & Vision: Awe

https://www.nowness.com/series/sound-vision/awe-edith-jorisch Sound & Vision: Awe A hybrid exploratory work attempting to define universal wonder One of the most ambiguous words in the English language is awe. For some, it is fear mixed with reverence and for others, it is joy wrapped in astonishment. Montreal-based screenwriter and director Édith Jorisch attempts to define the idea of… More Sound & Vision: Awe

Guillermo del Toro está de luto: «El cine perdió a uno de los grandes»

Guillermo del Toro se pronunció en redes sociales para lamentar el deceso del cineasta mexicano Felipe Cazals Por: Alexis Geovany Hernández Ceja 17 de octubre de 2021 – 10:10 hs Guillermo del Toro se pronunció en redes sociales para lamentar el deceso del cineasta mexicano Felipe Cazals, quien perdió la vida la noche de este sábado a los… More Guillermo del Toro está de luto: «El cine perdió a uno de los grandes»

Lourdes Leon Is Trying Not to Get Too Caught Up

By Debi Mazar Photographed by Roe Ethridge Styled by Mel Ottenberg October 14, 2021 DEBI MAZAR: Did you have fun at the Met Gala? LOURDES LEON: Sorry, I’m just getting to my hotel room. Oh my god. Did they throw out my weed? I’m actually going to kill someone. Okay. It’s fine. I’ll worry about that later. Did I… More Lourdes Leon Is Trying Not to Get Too Caught Up

Life Lessons From the Red Hot Chili Peppers

By Interview Photographed by Michel Haddi October 14, 2021 In case you missed it, the Red Hot Chili Peppers are going on tour. The band, who also announced in 2019 that they would be reunited with their original guitarist, John Frusciante, will set out on a 32-city world tour in 2022, accompanied by a variety of special guests—with the likes… More Life Lessons From the Red Hot Chili Peppers

Jamie Lee Curtis and Melanie Griffith on Finding Love and Horror in Hollywood

By Melanie Griffith Photographed by Richie Davis Styled by Jane Ross October 15, 2021 Jamie Lee Curtis made her film debut at age 19 in the 1978 John Carpenter horror film Halloween. Cast as Laurie Strode, the first-time actress possessed such a potent mix of intelligence and innocence, soul and intensity, that the film not only launched Curtis’s Hollywood career but… More Jamie Lee Curtis and Melanie Griffith on Finding Love and Horror in Hollywood

‘Halloween’ Killed but ‘The Last Duel’ Is Dead as ‘No Time to Die’ Lives On

Total grosses remain improved, but the routes taken to that result are not the anticipated ones. The new normal is very different. Tom Brueggemann 3 hours ago It’s a strange time for theaters. With a $50 million opening weekend for “Halloween Kills,” that means the Universal title won’t have Premium Video on Demand play for… More ‘Halloween’ Killed but ‘The Last Duel’ Is Dead as ‘No Time to Die’ Lives On

How Landscape Became Doctrine in American Art

In his new book, Tyler Green argues that landscape was Emerson’s method of glorifying territories shaped and bordered by white men.by Billy Anania3 hours ago Support Hyperallergic’s independent arts journalism. Become a Member » Outside of his popular Modern Art Notes podcast, Tyler Green is working to reinvigorate the tradition of Americana in art history. His first book, Carleton Watkins: Making the… More How Landscape Became Doctrine in American Art

Paz Errázuriz’s Intimate Photos Document the Lives of of Trans Sex Workers in Chile

The unvarnished photographs celebrate the lives, beauty, and resilience of an oppressed group at Chile’s social peripheries in the 1980s, and the series was recently acquired by MOCA in Los Angeles. by Cassie Packard3 hours ago Support Hyperallergic’s independent arts journalism. Become a Member » Twenty color photographs from Paz Errázuriz’s La Manzana de Adán (Adam’s Apple) (1982-87), a photographic series… More Paz Errázuriz’s Intimate Photos Document the Lives of of Trans Sex Workers in Chile