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“It’s Like Art Therapy”: Harley Weir on Her Provocative New Exhibition

Sins of a Daughter by Harley Weir

“There’s no designer vagina,” says London-based photographer Harley Weir, who is discussing a series of intimate images in her new solo exhibition, Sins of a Daughter, at Hannah Barry Gallery in Peckham. “They all look so different and they’re all beautiful in different ways.” Gathering together 30 of her photographs old and new – some of which have beenhellip;

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Peter Do: “My Best Memories Revolve Around Food”

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This article is taken from the Spring/Summer 2022 issue of AnOther Magazine:

“So many of my best memories revolve around food. We started Peter Do out of my living room over a lot of dinners. The team would come over at the weekend and I’d cook for them all – then we’d stay up late into the night discussing ideas. My love of cooking came from my grandma and my dad. He washellip;

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Beauty, Sex and Gay Love: The Drawings of Larry Stanton

Larry Stanton: Think of Me When It Thunders

Larry Stanton was a portrait artist, drawing and painting close friends, relatives, and hook-ups he’d pick up in Manhattan gay bars. His work caught the attention of the art world, featuring in various group shows and showing at PS1 (now part of MoMa) – one of the most important spaces in America to showcase new talent. “People make their own faces,” wrote David Hockney, “andhellip;

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Marcia Resnick’s Offbeat Portraits of New York’s Most Influential Artists

Marcia Resnick: As It Is, Or Could Be

When American photographer Marcia Resnick went to meet Mick Jagger about shooting a potential cover story for High Times in 1979, she turned up plied with cocaine. While leading Joseph Beuys down the spiral ramp of the Guggenheim Museum to photograph him there in the same year, she flashed him “a little leg” to soften his demeanour. And after encountering a “pretty high” John Belushi at Tribeca’s AM/PM nightclub in 1981 – six months before he died – he ended up backhellip;

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Spring Has Sprung: Beautiful Things to Buy This April

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Heaven by Marc Jacobs at Dover Street Market

Heaven by Marc Jacobs – the nostalgic, grunge-inflected line of clothes and accessories launched by Ava Nirui in 2020 – has finally landed in London’s Dover Street Market. The floating corner installation is spectacular, and mimics the decor of the plush Fairfax store in Los Angeles; a wall brimming with stuffed toys stands beside ahellip;

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The Empathy Exams Author Leslie Jamison Reflects on Her First Love

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The following excerpt is taken from This Woman’s Work, a new book of essays edited by Sinead Gleeson and Kim Gordon. 

The first boy I ever kissed was also the first boy I ever slept with; he was also the first boy who ever gave me a mixtape, and the first boy I ever fell in love with. You could say I moved quickly, or else you could say I was a late bloomer, depending howhellip;

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The VA’s New Exhibition Explores the Changing Face of Menswear

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As members of the fashion press were ushered into the atrium of the Victoria and Albert museum, Kojey Radical stared upwards at an eight-foot portrait of Charles Coote, the 1st Earl of Bellamont. One of them was wearing a lime green Crêpe de Chine blouse and a rhinestone-monogrammed suit from Gucci, while the other had been styled in a salmon-pink cape and an ostrich-feathered headpiece.hellip;

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Lina Scheynius’s New Photo Book Juxtaposes Sculpture and Her Own Body

Touching book Lina Scheynius photographer

Great photographs inevitably involve an element of serendipity; of talent and hard work combining with aesthetic luck to create moments of magic. “I pray for what might be referred to as the angel of chance,” Sally Mann wrote of her creative process. For her latest series, Touching, photographer Lina Scheynius handed the reins over to that angel of chance, making fate a determining element of her method. “I honestly look at thesehellip;

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The Ten Most-Read AnOther Stories of 2021

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1. No One Can Resist the Allure of Zoë Kravitz proved a prophetic headline for the most read story on AnOther this year – certainly no one couldn’t resist finding out more about her. For the cover story of the Autumn/Winter 2021 issue, Lynette Nylander joined the cool kids’ cool kid in Brooklyn to talk Catwoman, her feature directorial debut, and recording a solo album about love and loss.hellip;

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