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Sep 27 2010, 2:08pm CDT
Source: Spectator Magazine
Hogarth’s A Rake’s Progress has been a rich resource for artists. Film-makers recognise his modern moral subjects as an ancestor to the storyboard. But in this age of mass media can the format still hold its own and tell us something about ourselves? A new exhibition at the Foundling Museum (until 7 September) suggests so.
The show is titled Progress — but don’t come expecting happy endings. Only Yinka Shonibare gives ...
Full article at: Spectator Magazine
Jun 25 2014, 10:00pm CDT
Source: Clash Music
At home with the ‘Ultraviolence’ singer…California has a very direct and unforgiving steam beer called Anchor. But in Hollywood nobody drinks Anchor, because they prefer fresh peach Bellinis.
Since arriving here three days ago, every part-time actor I’ve met drinking these Bellinis, alone in the Chateau Marmont, says this feeling of dreamy detachment I’m experiencing is a spell well known to marinate your mind’s eye after ...
Full article at: Clash Music
Jun 12 2014, 9:26am CDT