Take your pick from the latest crop of fashion magazines: Open an issue of your choice and flick through its pages. Chances are you will see what I see — white girls everywhere. On the covers, on the catwalks, in the shoots, in the ads — the color of fashion is indeed blindingly, utterly white. Try to understand why and you will most… Read More >
Features tagged with "black and white"
Berlin, home of UPON PAPER, is no small place. For those prepared to criss-cross the sprawling city and visit each of its distinct and separate districts, they will find a quota of exhibitions that is hard to beat. As the saying goes – for the best information, ask a local – and so UPON PAPER’S Moritz Schreiber selects his home town top ten on show this December.
After almost 30 years of absence in galleries, following and long and successful career in cinema, Daoud Alouad-Syad returns home and to his first love, with Au pays de l’enfance (In the Land of Childhood), a beautiful exhibition of vintage photography at Galerie 127 in Marrakech. Inspired by Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Franck and Richard Avedon, Marrakech-born Daoud Read More—
December 16th 1977, the infamous Sex Pistols gig at Brunel University. Infamous for its lack of cohesive sound, Sid Vicious’ inability to stand up sober and Johnny Rotten’s claim that it was the worst gig the band ever played. Anarchy and nihilism and all that the Sex Pistols stood for was not enough to pull off this gig. Following the chaos of the ill-fated concert, lies a powerful pictorial testament: A photo of Sid and Nancy taken by the Sex Pistols’ photographer… More—