“I enjoy colour. I think I have that thing where I can see colour when listening to music — sound-to-colour synesthesia.” Andy DeLuca is the New York-based photographer capturing a growing glam rock ‘n’ rock scene in New York city and beyond. Here, DeLuca shares with RUSSH some of his favourite moments captured within the last year.
Collaborate and celebrate. The Fin Collection presents a vibrant installation show and party, 2018 Calendar Girls.
A study on “the frontier of youth and young manhood.”
Emotive, wistful and brilliantly raw, New York-based photographer Ryan McGinley reminds us just how spectacular the shifting colours of the seasons can be with his latest body of work, Paradiso.
A celebration of beings. Olsen Gruin gallery, New York, presents Spirit Faces – an installation of mixed media sculptures from Australian artist, Anna-Wili Highfield.
Inspired by the iconic Rolling Stones ballad, Wild Horses, Copenhagen-based illustrator Christiane Spangsberg returns to Sydney’s Jerico Contemporary gallery for an exhibition of the same name, opening January 18.
Nestled amongst vineyards and pine-lined streets, Stella Artois hosted an intimate fine-dining experience at the Mornington Peninsula’s luxury Jackalope Hotel.