Known for his fashion editorials and intimate portraiture, Pierre Toussaint has opened his personal photography archives to bring us his solo exhibition: The Algebra of Decision Making. Inspired by the recent discovery of a 80s-era computer magazine, Toussaint took a mathematical approach to his curation. “I guess I liked the notion of algebra being applied to the creative process: how an image, plus or minus another image, can effect the overall result aesthetically.” Muted landscapes complement steely skate scenes in the Special Group Studios exhibition space, presented by Contact Gallery, launching October 19.
If there’s any sure way to make a house a home, it’s with a perfectly placed rug, so it’s a good thing we’ve discovered Simon Goff – owner of Floor Story, and the man London has to thank for supplying the city’s most enviable ethically made rugs.
“At the end of the day, when you’re on the road for that long, you just want someone you can hang around with and have a good time. Then if they take pictures, that’s great.” Photographer Zackery Michael documents his enduring friendship with the Arctic Monkeys in his latest exhibition, AM:ZM.
Our grandmothers used to say that a dropped plate was considered good luck, but if those plates are crafted by ceramicist Ana Kerin of Kana London, you can be sure we’d never let them go.