Diane Arbus’ work is mostly centric to New York, where she was born and died. Whether it be: riding the subway, backstage at a drag show, at the back of a sketchy movie theatre or in a squat on the Lower East Side; Arbus was there between the mid-1950s and early 1970s to capture moments […]Read more "‘Diane Arbus: in the beginning’ Review"
James Massiah is a poet, DJ and musician from South London whose work delves into themes of ethics, mortality and sex. Imaginatively redefining the boundaries of creativity, he has garnered attention from some of the most revered cultural institutions and global brands of our time. We sat down with James on a vibrant day in […]Read more "James Massiah Interview"
After his unfortunate demise from the national football league in 2016, it had appeared as if Colin Kaepernicks protests may not have been much more than an exercise in futility. The league as a whole had seemingly moved on and began to forget the whole situation until September of 2017 when President Donald Trump took […]Read more "THINK PIECE: Why Trump and the Political Right Missed the Point of the NFL Protests"
My first visit to the Gagosian gallery today was to experience a rare collection of artwork tracing Pablo Picasso’s lifelong obsession with bullfighting and matador culture. Showcased were a range of pieces dating from 1889 to 1971 and the artist’s earliest surviving painting, a small portrait of a picador on a horse which Picasso made […]Read more "Picasso: Minotaurs and Matadors at the Gagosian Gallery"
The Houston creative answers questions from friends, fans, collaborators and peers including Kid Cudi, Virgil Abloh and Bjork. Due to the well documented relationship between Travis Scott and SHOW studio’s director Nick Knight, it wasn’t entirely surprising to see that amidst his latest visit to London, Scott found the time to sit down with Lou […]Read more "Watch Travis Scott in Conversation with SHOWstudio"
From the 26th to the 27th of January, Jacket Required exhibited a retrospective dedicated to the work of Italian fashion designer Massimo Osti, celebrated for founding cult labels like Stone Island and C.P. Company. The exhibition included a selection of iconic pieces brought over from Osti’s archive in Bologna. Displayed were a collection of key […]Read more "Massimo Osti Archive in London"
The creative polymath gave a lecture at New York’s Columbia University in early 2017. Here’s why it’s important. Virgil Abloh, the Off-White founder and Kanye West collaborator recently presented a lecture ‘Everything in Quotes’, held at Columbia University. Introduced as “the leading voice of now” and “the ultimate multi-hyphenate” he spoke as part of the […]Read more "Watch Virgil Abloh lecture on Off-White, creativity & more"