David Benjamin Sherry was born in Woodstock, New York – yes, the Woodstock – in 1981 and graduated with a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and an MFA from Yale University. His work includes photography, photograms, and prints, and is exhibited internationally. Quantum Light, his second book, appeared… Read More >
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Observing Michele Abeles working laboriously on her staged photographs, her future gallerist, Oliver Newton, asked her why she did not use photo-editing software. “I can’t get to grips with it,” came the pragmatic answer. And even though the amount of digital post-production in the New York artist’s most recent works has… Read More >
Stanley Kubrick (1928-1999) was not only a revolutionary film director, he was a truly visionary artist. His movies are uniquely intense, always intelligently and aesthetically shot. Kubrick movies push boundaries, Kubrick movies think. His final work Eyes Wide Shut (1999), is movie of exceptional direction and represents one of his strongest… Read More >
As we snake along California’s infamous Pacific Coast Highway toward Los Angeles, the moon glints off the oscillating ocean, distant high-rises pockmarked with lights reveal the ever-working pulse of industry, a flock of pelicans traces the horizon in fluid flight, our car hugs… Read More—
Ninety years ago, Jack Kerouac was born in Lowell, Massachusetts. Like a 20th-centurymystic, Kerouac sought spiritual enlightenment in the two-lane temple of the roadleading to the American West. Kicked out of college, wrecked by illness, divorced and looking at… More—
The woman’s slender frame is packed with an unimaginable energy: Not only does she possess nearly unlimited potential as an artist—she is also supporting the next generation of creative minds. More or less unbeknown to the public, Sofia Coppola has established a Los Angeles talent factory together with her brother, Roman. The year 2011 marked the fifteenth anniversary of the foundation of the Directors Bureau, a think tank between commerce and art. This bold combination is More—