Peter Beard

Africa in Montauk

In the early 1960s, the dashing wildlife (and sometime fashion) photographer Peter Beard chucked his privileged upbringing for the plains, mountains, and jungles of Africa. Although his obsession with the continent, and its preservation, is perhaps most associated with his discovery of Iman in Nairobi, Beard's photos of African animals — usually collaged together and superimposed with hand-written prose and other marginalia — have nonetheless captured the popular imagination.

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Jun 29, 2016 14:36:00
Juergen Teller

Juergen Teller Says 'Enjoy Your Life!'

Juergen Teller had doggedly pursued his own vision of popular portraiture and fashion photography, becoming a cult figure himself. Straddling the intersection of fine art and commercial photography, he's consistently resisted the urge to idealize, romanticize or glamorize his subjects, revealing their imperfect perfection instead.

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Jun 28, 2016 22:17:00
Antonio Lopez

All the Colors of Antonio Lopez

Antonio Lopez was hooked on fashion from an early age, creating drawings for his mother, a seamstress, and applying makeup on the mannequins his father produced. The world's most celebrated fashion illustrator, Lopez was working for Harper's Bazaar, British Vogue, and Interview, as well as Yves Saint Laurent, Missoni, and Chloé, before he was struck down by AIDS in 1987, aged 44.

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Jun 19, 2016 18:36:00
Mary Ellen Mark

Humans of the Planet

Photojournalist Mary Ellen Mark passed away last year, leaving behind an extraordinary oeuvre. A new exhibition of her humanizing photographs, almost all of them black and white, spans the breadth of her 40-year career.

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Jun 14, 2016 14:57:00
The Vulgar

When Vulgar Is Vogue

The first fashion exhibition to explore the subjective yet captivating topic of taste (read bad taste), The Vulgar aims to both compel and repel audiences.

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Jun 07, 2016 19:29:00
Scarlet Muse

When Photography Hooked Up with Prostitution

The modern history of prostitution is inextricably linked with that of photography. A new exhibit, Scarlet Muse, spans the last 150 years of sex work, as told through photographs from the late 19th century to the present. The show includes the work of more than 20 photographers who befriended, employed, or were themselves sex workers — a loving, stylish tribute to the oldest profession.

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May 31, 2016 19:20:00
Judy Blame

Shifting Blame

The first major solo exhibition by the influential London stylist and accessories designer Judy Blame — known for his unorthodox use of safety pins, buttons, badges, bottle tops, cutlery, plastic bags, toy soldiers, and keys chains — arrives later this month. Presented as a montage rather than a chronology, the survey brings together an assortment of artifacts, collages, jewelry, editorials, and sketchbooks.

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May 31, 2016 15:06:00
Helmut Newton

Helmut Newton, the Ultimate Provocateur

As film gives way to the digital revolution, the photographs of Helmut Newton only grow more compelling — slick and steamy, stunning in simplicity, equally influenced by art and erotica. Beginning June 17, Foam museum in Amsterdam will present a major retrospective of the iconic photographer, featuring more than 200 works, ranging from early prints (that rarely go on display) to monumental photos, the majority of which are on loan from the Helmut Newton Foundation in Berlin.

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May 25, 2016 15:05:00
La Traviata

Just the Pics, Please: Valentino Goes to the Opera

A modern version of Giuseppe Verdi’s classic opera La Traviata opened in Rome, directed by Sofia Coppola (the filmmaker's first opera), with four costumes by Valentino Garavani for the main character, Violetta, and the rest by Valentino creative directors Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli...

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May 24, 2016 14:32:00

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