Unfallen Angels II, 2009
© Ann Ray / Victoria and Albert Museum, London 03-05-15 New Alexander McQueen Images at V&A by Editors 16544Woodman1 02-26-15 Francesca Woodman: I’m Trying My Hand at Fashion Photography by Editors SI_FW15_17 02-25-15 Siki Im F/W 15 by Editors d2 02-24-15 Deepti Barth – Transgression by Editors j3 02-23-15 Julius and Kuboraum at Patron of the New by Editors tb11 02-20-15 Thom Browne F/W 15 – Women’s Backstage by Editors alexandre-plokhov-ellinor-stigle-fw15-look-05_M_036 02-19-15 Alexandre Plokhov F/W 15 Men’s by Editors

We would like to present to you the Alexandre Plokhov F/W 15 Men’s collection, Lingua Franca All photos by Ellinor Stigle | www.alexandre-plokhov.com

alexandre-plokhov-ellinor-stigle-fw15-look-01_025 02-18-15 Alexandre Plokhov F/W 15 – Women’s by Editors

We would like to present to you the F/W 2015 Women’s collection by Alexandre Plokhov, called Lingua Franca All photos by Ellinor Stigle | www.alexandre-plokhov.com

11BYBBS-AW1516-LOOKBOOK-4 02-17-15 11 BY BORIS BIDJAN SABERI F/W 15 by Editors 18 02-16-15 INAISCE FW15 by Editors 1145209247 02-13-15 Ken Schles: Invisible City/Night Walk 1983-1989 by Matin Momen

“Limelight, 1983,” is the title of one of the prints that opens Ken Schles’ show at Howard Greenberg Gallery of gritty, grainy, high-contrast prints of downtown New York.  ‘Entering The Palladium, 1985” is the title of another.  “Chair 619 East 5th Street, 1984” is another.  (That’s pretty damn east by the way, 619, even by […]

n17 02-12-15 Porzellan Manufaktur Nymphenburg by Eugene Rabkin

If you find yourself in Munich, Germany, you might visit the Nymphenburg Palace, which was built in 1679. But you could easily miss one of its hidden treasures, Porzellan Manufaktur Nymphenburg, which has been producing porcelain wares since 1747. The manufactory still belongs to the Bavarian crown. Although calling it a manufactory is misleading, because […]

JuliusEvent 02-11-15 Event: Julius & Kuboraum by Editors


On Kawara 02-10-15 On Kawara — Silence by Matin Momen

On making the first turn of the spiral up the Guggenheim ramp you too might question whether there is going to be enough to keep this exhibition of On Kawara going.  It is one thing to walk the thirty-six Date Paintings permanently on view at Dia:Beacon, where the mind has been primed for the experience, […]

m3 02-09-15 Showroom: Mad et Len by Eugene Rabkin DSC_7113 02-06-15 The Last Conspiracy by Editors

Author: Marlo Saalmink These days when fashion increasingly seems to be on one continuous treadmill, it is becoming increasingly difficult to slow things down, to approach craftsmanship with care that a well-made product demands. On a recent journey towards the historic ateliers of The Last Conspiracy, a Denmark-based footwear company, tucked away on a hillside […]

wj5 02-05-15 Editorial: DYSTOPIA NOW! by Editors SK453 02-04-15 KISHIO SUGA by Matin Momen

The Upper East Side outpost of L.A.’s Blum & Poe gallery takes up the top floors of an unprepossessing brownstone and is easy to miss. That said, you will most likely have the place to yourself, which is a special way to get to walk through the first New York solo show of Kishio Suga […]

g11 02-03-15 GUIDI by Eugene Rabkin 25_IMG_7588 02-02-15 DEBORAH TURBEVILLE UNSEEN VERSAILLES REVISITED by Matin Momen

I had forgotten that Doubleday editor Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis originally commissioned the photographs from Unseen Versailles by the late Deborah Turbeville that are on view at Staley Wise in 1981.  The mind at first could not, perhaps did not, want to reconcile the withdrawn, intimate vision that is Turbeville’s with the stately, public and, one […]

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