Following the success of his first Scrapbook project, photographer and RUSSH contributor Adrian Meško presents Scrapbook: 2, a handmade “physical manifestation of photography, come to life by way of the artist”.
Before your eyes. Sydney artist Rae Begley presents her exhibition, And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside Out, at Waterloo’s COMMUNE gallery from November 2.
A London Fashion Week must-see.
Les Coyotes de Paris have teamed up with photographer Alejandra Sabillón and fellow New York woman Pamela Katz, who models the label’s first women’s line.
I have tried in my way to be free. A. Galerie, Paris, showcases musician Leonard Cohen captured by Claude Gassian.
A rose is a rose. Your backstage glimpse of Tom Ford’s SS 17 campaign shoot.
From the streets of Birmingham, Alabama, lined with vintage cars to the dusty desertscape of Joshua Tree to a friend’s backyard in Laurel Canyon – photographer Kava Gorna followed the road for her most recent captures.
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.
An otherworldly storyteller, she was an artist driven entirely by her own agenda. We celebrate the photography of Deborah Turbeville.
In her work as a painter, Mattea Perrotta has a knack for combining culture, history and the delicate nuances of femininity to create a raw and nostalgic beauty. On tour in Cuba with a roll of 35mm film and friend and model Kate Parfet as her subject, she captured nothing less. These are her memories behind those moments in a place that transcends time.