Conversations, the newest album by London-based four piece Woman’s Hour, came out last week on Secretly Canadian which has left us even more curious about front runner Fiona Jane. Their moody sound that filters through new wave electropop sounds like a combination that’s been done before, and maybe it has. However, Woman’s Hour is able to […]
For both an object and its designer to achieve icon status is rare, indeed. Once designed, produced and disseminated, an object or building is handed over to the wider culture, where it is either embraced and appropriated or summarily used up and tossed out. But even when object becomes icon, its designer is quite often […]
Jung Kim cut her photographic teeth at Parsons before moving on to Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue. But while her formative years were spent in fashion, her style is refreshingly unpretentious—straightforward, intimate, introspective. It’s this cultural sensitivity and ability to, as she puts it, “be a fly on the wall” that has made her into a skilled storyteller, and she’s […]
“The newsworthy transformations wrought by Picasso, Pollock, Warhol, and Robert Mapplethorpe have been replaced by shiny ghosts. They are not news and they are not new. Some work is just more recent. The last new thing I saw was break dancing.” -Dave Hickey Breaking first emerged in the 1970s as one of the four original elements […]
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