Uma Thurman, Christy Turlington and Isabella Rossellini – Denis Piel has captured them all. Film Stills – a collection of more than 50 of Piel’s fashion photographs from the 80s – offers a real-life glimpse of his most famous portraits and more.
Picasso, Kandinsky, Pollock, Pissarro. They are the revolutionaries whose distinct styles and unwavering compulsion for creation shaped modern art as we know it. In celebration of its 80th anniversary, the Guggenheim Foundation is exhibiting more than 170 modern works by these geniuses and more, from the most iconic to the less familiar.
Mattea Perrotta’s paintings are like a quiet seduction – slowly, slowly, and then all at once you’re transfixed.
Velvet nights. Bill Henson has a way with light, with the manipulation of shadow and the ambiguity of landscapes. He takes the ordinary and makes it ethereal through his lens – a master of the dark arts and the avid documenter of the human condition for the last 40 years.
This is an adventure. Boutique film theatre, the Golden Age Cinema and Bar, return in 2017 with part two of their summer programme: High Seas & Desert Dreams.
They say a portrait offers a glimpse into the secret lives of the subjects. William Eggleston’s intimate photography does this and more, asserting him as a pioneer of colour photography.
Scottish photographer Harry Benson has a knack for finding himself in the right place at the right time. See a retrospective of his work on show now at Staley-Wise gallery, NY.
An homage to an icon. ModeMuseum’s exhibition, Margiela – The Hermès Years, will display Margiela’s collections from 1997 to 2003 for the first time – exploring the relationship between Hermès and Margiela’s eponymous label through photography and the most iconic of garments.
Move your body. The Australian Ballet’s new, electric performance, Faster, showcases the sheer athleticism of ballet dancers with a triple bill from three of the country’s top contemporary choreographers.
Come, my love, with me across the sea. White sand, turquoise waters and a bounty of coconut trees – win a trip to The Moso Resort with RUSSH.