A new Kickstarter campaign led by photographer Charles Moriarty aims to unveil previously unpublished images of artist Amy Winehouse. Shot before the launch of her debut album, Frank, Moriarty’s documentation of Amy portrays her before recognition and fame. Asif Kapadia, director of the Oscar-winning documentary “AMY”, is tapped to write the book’s foreward. Read the story kickstarter.com Image […]
Rutgers University’s Kevin Allred, who runs a Politicising Beyoncé class, unpacks the political, social and pop cultural elements of the star’s visual album
“We see millennial travelers more as explorers than tourists,” said Brian McGuinness, global brand leader, Starwood’s Specialty Select Brands. “Our Aloft hotels are specifically designed with them in mind.” Aloft features free Wi-Fi, areas for working poolside or in the bar, and even a robotic bellhop that appeals to tech-savvy millennials, he said. Now, guests who […]
TOWER was recently recognized at SXSW 2016 for its compelling feature of combining animation and archival footage.
Hair stylist Jason Rail created iconic looks for the young stars of ‘The Doom Generation’ and ‘Nowhere.’ 20 years later, he’s posting his set life Polaroids to Instagram.
The 35-millimeter 1971 film is now 4K TV ready
The buzz about virtual reality is all about cool new experiences. But WSJ’s Geoffrey A. Fowler says the Oculus Rift, the first totally immersive VR system to arrive in living rooms, is also pricey, awkward and isolating.
Who doesn’t love Netflix? With an ever-growing stable of movies and television shows available for streaming and a cast of original properties to die for, it’s no wonder it’s number one with cord-cutters and movie buffs of all persuasions
In his new exhibition of exquisitely rendered large-scale drawings and sculptures, Yahnker tackles Trump, Prince, and Rachel Dolezal.
Mozilla tests Firefox OS IoT apps, including a Samantha-style virtual assistant — TechCrunch (@TechCrunch) March 3, 2016
UNEMPLOYED Magazine Presents “KEYS” a short film by Roi Cydulkin for UNEMPLOYED Starring Ruby Aldridge & Marland Backus – Screening and Cocktail Reception
Eraserhood Forever is a night of art and live performances celebrating the inspirations David Lynch has given to many artists, including Bob Bruhin, Evan Cairo, Francine “The Lucid Dream” and Full Blown Cherry. This celebration will be held on a ubiquitously regarded superstitious day at PhilaMOCA that harks back to this cult figure’s breakthrough film, Eraserhead. Philadelphia in the late 1960s and early 70s had an indelible effect on Lynch, with its grim environs influencing this 1977 classic.
On Tuesday, 1/24 evening, no one cared to be inside the bar at West Hollywood’s The Standard Hotel. Instead, patrons opted to grab a drink in the underground parking garage and observe the Art in the Parking Space. This year-long series of performative installations are a part of Pacific Standard Time’s (PST) Performance and Public Art Festival that is curated by Amanda Hunt of LA>
Who Shot Rock and Roll? The photographers behind the scenes of rock history are currently being celebrated at the Annenberg Space for Photography (ASP) in Los Angeles. Created by the Brooklyn Museum with guest curator and author Gail Buckland, Who Shot Rock & Roll: A Photographic History, 1955 To The Present, is the first major museum exhibit on rock and roll that highlights the integral role that photography plays in the history and making of rock icons.
On the heels of the final installment of its hugely successfulEngagement Party series, the Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles (MOCA LA) unveiled PLAY MOCA, a new multidisciplinary festival to celebrate the diversity of emerging creative talent in Los Angeles, featuring a three-night event which included live musical performances paired with visuals projected onto a temporary installation.
These destined-to-be-cult faves slipped under the radar, but each warrants another look