Andrew Hetherington can’t remember if he’d ever worn a suit to work before – but he will never forget the one day he did. It was summer 2015, and the NYC-based photographer had an appointment in Midtown Manhattan. Specifically, at … Continue reading Photographer Andrew Hetherington on shooting Donald Trump… and Alec Baldwin as Trump
There is an evolutionary trajectory and a satisfying sense of artistic Darwinism to the career arc of Gérard Rancinan, one of the most celebrated fine art photographers of his generation. Today, Rancinan’s grand painterly compositions and glossy, glib spoofs hang … Continue reading Gérard Rancinan: “The work of Jeff Koons is just stupid”
Is this the future of touring blockbuster art exhibitions? That’s the question which springs to mind strolling the shimmering surfaces of Van Gogh Alive – the perplexing “multimedia exhibition experience” currently touring the world, while presenting precisely zero original works … Continue reading Review: Is multi-media blockbuster “experience” Van Gogh Alive really the future of appreciating the Old Masters?
It always seemed an auspicious appearance – what exactly was aging English hipster artist David Hockney doing at the Frankfurt Book Fair in the first place? There are certainly edgier places for the 79-year-old icon to launch his new tome … Continue reading David Hockney launches new $2,000 book with a barmy entrance at Frankfurt Book Fair