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27 Jan. 2023
The author talks about her acclaimed new book, Kick The Latch – a concise study of time, trauma and the nomadic magic of the Midwest
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“I was born with a dislocated hip. The doctor said I’d never walk,” remembers Sonia, an Iowa-born horse trainer, in the opening pages of Kathryn Scanlan’s new novel Kick The Latch. “I was in there five months… Ended up I could walk. I attribute that to Dr Johnson. My mom always said, Well, if it wasn’t for Dr Johnson.”

So begins the story of Sonia. As the years unfold, it quickly becomes clear thathellip;

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27 Jan. 2023
As a new exhibition of artists’ portraits opens in New York, its three featured image-makers reveal the stories behind their compelling depictions of Patti Smith, David Hockney and Michèle Lamy
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When curating her latest show, Face to Face, for the International Center of Photography (ICP) in New York, writer and curator Helen Molesworth was inspired by her conflicting feelings about art openings, which arose during the Covid-19 pandemic. Having never really enjoyed the events, especially the small talk they required, she missed them deeply when they were no longer happening, namely because of the ways in which they connected her to whathellip;

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27 Jan. 2023
“It’s my truth and I’m not going to hide that I’m a Muslim,” says Zaineb Abelque of her new exhibition, which captures friends and family during the Ramadan and Eid celebration period in south London
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With her first solo exhibition Inside, Outside opening at the Truman Brewery, Moroccan artist Zaineb Abelque presents a reflexive meditation on her personal life and the flesh that imbues it with meaning, which for Abelque is, “people, identity, religion”. Exploring the Ramadan and Eid celebration period – a time of year in Islamic faith centred on spiritual introspection, discipline and community – the three tenetshellip;

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26 Jan. 2023
The New York-based artist – who mixes Japanese Edo period landscaping with western easel painting traditions to dazzling effect – discusses his new exhibition in LA, and configuring Black bodies within “non-western models of freedom of space”
Colourful Realm by Kehinde Wiley

Kehinde Wiley is the widely acclaimed LA-born, New York-based artist known for his large-scale, maximalist portraits of contemporary Black figures. Often, the people in Wiley’s paintings are passersby scouted in the streets of cities around the world like Mumbai, Dakar and Rio de Janeiro. His figures, usually backdropped by vividly coloured floral patterns or landscapes, are portrayed with the precision of his signature, hyper-realistic stylehellip;

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26 Jan. 2023
A new exhibition at Fotografiska in New York explores hip-hop’s aesthetic evolution from 1972 to 2022 – here, co-curator Sacha Jenkins walks us through five images from the show
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In 1973, a party in the basement of a West Bronx apartment building birthed the genre and cultural phenomenon now known as hip-hop. A new show at Fotografiska in New York – Hip Hop: Conscious, Unconscious, co-curated by Sacha Jenkins and Sally Berman – chronicles hip-hop’s evolution through more than 200 photographs. Spanning the years 1972 to 2022, the exhibition features both familiar and rare portraitshellip;

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25 Jan. 2023
Dior Men’s Winter 2023 show represented dual tribute to both Dior and Saint Laurent, dredging their respective styles from the rarefied worlds of mid-last-century haute couture and tugging them into the wardrobe of the 21st-century man
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Kim Jones’ inspiration for his Dior menswear ebbs and flows like a tide. Or, maybe, you could say he deep-dives through the house’s legacy, looking for unexpected pearls. There was a watery undercurrent – yes, a pun – to his Winter 2023 Dior Men’s collection, but it was also very much a collection embedded in the storied histories of a house with a legacy so rich few could rival it. For this outing, Jones decided not only to pay homage to Christian Dior himself, but tohellip;

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25 Jan. 2023
The main idea behind Louis Vuitton’s Autumn/Winter 2023 menswear was connection – not only the connection between the creative parties playing their visions out on the catwalk, but the subsequent connection with millions around the world
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Collectivity and connectivity. Since the death of Virgil Abloh in November 2021, Louis Vuitton’s menswear collections have been team exercises in collaboration, both between the members of the house’s design team themselves, and a selection of outside artists and creatives who wish, in some shape or form, to pay homage to Abloh’s legacy and influence.

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25 Jan. 2023
Director Jerzy Skolimowski and co-producer Ewa Piaskowska unpack the thinking behind their new film EO – “the main message is about humans’ not treating animals properly,” they say
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Jerzy Skolimowski has made his most electric film since the 80s in his 80s. Directed by the 84-year-old Polish auteur with a rock ‘n’ roll punk attitude, EO follows a donkey on a solo, sparse odyssey as he escapes scrapes, lands in sci-fi scenarios, and proves the medium has been wasting its time with human protagonists. Featuring football hooligans, robot creatures, and high-end fashion shoots,hellip;

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25 Jan. 2023
The filmmaker’s new documentary is a forward-looking retrospective of the British movement from the perspective of some of its most influential artists
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“I don’t give a shit about the New Romantics,” says the Toronto-based filmmaker Kevin Hegge, who has spent the last decade of his life working on a feature-length documentary about ... the New Romantics. What he means is that he doesn’t care for the common tropes that people fall back on when talking about the movement that emerged out of London’s nightclub scene in the late 1970s and 1980s – the drag-adjacent make-up, the flamboyant style, the blurring of genderhellip;

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24 Jan. 2023
Laura Poitras, director of the Oscar-nominated new film All the Beauty and the Bloodshed, discusses capturing Nan Goldin’s radical life and activism on screen, and why the fight against the Sacklers is still “not over”
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In 2018, activists staged a die-in beside a 2,000-year-old Egyptian temple in the Sackler Wing of New York’s Metropolitan Museum. The protest targeted the billionaire Sackler family – whose company Purdue Pharma is responsible for the manufacture of prescription painkiller OxyContin – in a bid to hold them accountable for their role in an opioid epidemic that has claimed more than 500,000 lives since 2000 in the US. The next year, the same group launched a blizzard of fake OxyContinhellip;

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23 Jan. 2023
As Bode introduces womenswear for the first time at Paris Fashion Week Men’s, five fans speak on the brand’s beautifully considered approach
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Tucked away in the chaotic neighbourhood of Chinatown, Emily Adams Bode Aujla’s New York apartment looks like it belongs by the beach in Cape Cod, not in the claustrophobic heart of Manhattan. With rich wood panelling, lacy white curtains, dried flowers, and a corduroy sofa that guests are encouraged to draw on, the apartment – which Emily shares with her husband, business partner and unofficial muse Aaron Singh Aujla – is like a microcosm of the Bodehellip;

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23 Jan. 2023
From Jonathan Anderson’s sublime Loewe show to Wales Bonner’s culturally rich Paris debut; these are the standout shows from Paris Fashion Week Men’s Autumn/Winter 2023
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With references to James Baldwin, the Maharaja and Maharani of Indore, and Josephine Baker, Grace Wales Bonner’s first physical Paris show was culturally rich, as has long been the thread of the designer’s practice – making clothes that not only visually delight but consciously intrigue. Held in the elegant rooms of the Hôtel d’Évreux and produced under the title Twilight Reverie,hellip;

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23 Jan. 2023
Resolutely of this moment, the designer’s first dedicated men’s collection was, undoubtedly, hardcore fashion, writes Alexander Fury
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For the first time since he took the helm of Saint Laurent in 2016, Anthony Vaccarello unveiled a dedicated men’s collection in the centre of Paris for the Autumn/Winter 2023 season. It isn’t that he hasn’t been showing menswear, of course – Vaccarello’s men’s shows have trotted the globe, taking place against the exceptional backdrops of California beach-fronts, Venetian lagoons and the Sahara desert. But this time, he brought it back to Saint Laurent’s home in ahellip;

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23 Jan. 2023
The new book Cooking with Scorsese: The Collection is an “homage to both food, and to films that celebrate eating”, with film stills that capture everything from Bridget Jones’s blue soup to the bath-time spaghetti in Harmony Korine’s Gummo
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A new book from Hato Press collates three instalments of a long-running series exploring the sumptuous foods seen in films. Cooking with Scorsese: The Collection is described as an “homage to both food, and to films that celebrate eating” in a foreword written by The Gourmand editor Ananda Pellerin. And in a 567-page tome of screenshot sequences from over 50 films, delicacies fromhellip;

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20 Jan. 2023
Damien Chazelle’s Babylon, Steven Spielberg’s The Fabelmans, and Sam Mendes’ Empire of Light – all films that double as hymns to the magic of moviegoing – are failing to connect with audiences. Why?
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Babylon, Damien Chazelle’s orgiastic ode to the debauchery of pre-Code Hollywood, is a curious beast: part love letter to the frontier age of American filmmaking, part furniture-smashing takedown of the era’s whitewashing in the history books. It’s a story with two leads – one, the classic Hollywood ingénue (Margot Robbie) who enjoys a whirlwind rise to the top, and two, a Mexican immigrant (Diego Calva) who we first see pushing anhellip;

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