David Bowie by Tony McGee

David Bowie at His Most 80s

In 1983, David Bowie was introduced to photographer Tony McGee by Jerry Hall at a cocktail party. Days later, Bowie’s record label was asking McGee to shoot the publicity for Bowie’s Let’s Dance tour, which led to six shoots stretching well into the 90s and a 30-year friendship.

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May 09, 2017 20:42:00
Madonna & Debi Mazar

Photographer Edo Bertoglio Unearths Vintage Polaroids

Swiss photographer Edo Bertoglio became involved in the downtown scene right as the crazy, colorful, frenetic, plastic 80s era was picking up steam.

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Feb 25, 2017 20:40:00
FIAC 2016

What the FIAC?

Now in its 43rd year, the FIAC is Paris’ biggest international contemporary art fair, housed in the historic Grand Palais. This year there are 186 galleries representing 27 countries — and, for the first time, the inclusion of the Petit Palais across the road.

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Oct 22, 2016 19:28:00

One in a Milliner

"I draw. I fill notebooks with sketches of people, objects, a cartoon, my lunch, a tree outside — not always hats," the great British milliner Stephen Jones once told Hint. "I do them very fast. I tend to think if they've taken me more than a minute, then I've failed."

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Oct 15, 2016 11:38:00
Janette Beckman

Just the Pics, Please: Rebel Cultures

Photographer Janette Beckman began her career in the UK at the birth of punk, working for seminal magazines including The Face and Melody Maker. She shot bands and musicians from The Clash to Boy George, as well as three Police album covers, including their first, released in 1978. Beckman later moved to New York to immortalize the emergence of hip hop, along the way capturing Debbie Harry and Keith Haring.

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Sep 01, 2016 20:24:00
Bob Mizer AMG

The Cheeky Homoerotica of Bob Mizer Is Now a Book

Bob Mizer began his photographic career in 1942, focusing on men as the objects of desire, mastering a sensual, campy style all his own. He gave equal attention to the muscular aesthetic of bodybuilders as the fresh-faced boy next door, creating a new male erotic ideal.

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Jul 17, 2016 19:53:00
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
Antonio Lopez

Antonio Lopez's Instamatics Were the Stuff of Legend

A spritely fixture on the New York and Paris fashion scene in the 1970s, Antonio Lopez primarily worked as an illustrator for the likes of Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, and Elle. For kicks, he bought an Instamatic camera to capture his famous social swirl — Karl Lagerfeld, Yves Saint Laurent, Divine, Grace Jones, Paloma Picasso, Jessica Lange — thus keeping a kind of visual diary of the era.

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May 10, 2016 15:24:00
David Bowie & Lou Reed

Starman Remembered

In July of 2014, months before David Bowie's death, Taschen released a book of photos by Mick Rock, the official photographer of Bowie's Ziggy Stardust period. The images have taken on new importance since Bowie's passing, thus Taschen Gallery in L.A. opened Starman Remembered, an exhibit of 45 photos from the book, many of them previously unseen.

From spectacular stage shots to intimate backstage scenes, Mick Rock’s images immortalized the many facets of Bowie’s creativity. We see the sparkling phenomenon of Ziggy Stardust performing before rapturous crowds, as well as behind-the-scenes moments that few could have predicted would become iconic images.

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Mar 02, 2016 15:49:00

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