Sun, champagne and SLRs at dawn – a portrait of glorious hedonism at the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc

Sun, champagne and SLRs at dawn – a portrait of glorious hedonism at the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc

Catherine Fairweather OCTOBER 28 2020 There is a plaque set in the gardens on the path down to the famous seafront cabanas of the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc that quotes the writer Anatole France. It reads: “What will be, is what was.” It perfectly captures the tone of the Hotel du Cap, a Riviera icon that looks down upon the coastline with a gaze that has seen it all: a century and a half of tumultuous times, various financial crashes and...
November 10, 2020 — Maya DeJesus
New Autobiography Book - Brian Griffin

New Autobiography Book - Brian Griffin

A film by Brian's friend Michael Prince about coming to London, meeting Roland Schenk and making my way in photography. Black Country DADA 1969 - 1990 "I have written my autobiography ......yes I have written it myself! A hardback book of over 200 pages, with an insightful introduction by W. m. Hunt. It tells truthfully what it was like to survive and make ones way as a photographer in Britain back then. I tell the story through my personal experience...
September 29, 2020 — Tiffany Wang
It Takes a Village

It Takes a Village

Installation view of “Making Knowing: Craft in Art, 1950-2019” Whitney Museum of American Art. Photo by Sean Sime, courtesy the Whitney Museum When the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York reopened to members on August 27 after five months of closure, eager visitors with masks lined up on carefully marked social-distancing indicators outside the museum’s glass doors. Concerned patrons were inquiring where they would get their temperature checked, but surprisingly they already did. But how? As visitors walk...
September 15, 2020 — Maya DeJesus
Jacqlyn Burnett

Jacqlyn Burnett

Born and raised in Orchard Lake, Michigan, and currently resides in Los Angeles, California. She graduated from Michigan State University with a major in communication with an emphasis in Journalism to prepare her for a career working in business entertainment. Finding an inner passion for artwork along her stops in fashion design, graphic design, and modeling before landing in Los Angeles that led her to make the decision to pursue a career as a professional artist.     Drawing inspiration...
September 14, 2020 — Tiffany Wang
Patrick Faure, The Creator of "Faurism: A New Art Movement"

Patrick Faure, The Creator of "Faurism: A New Art Movement"

Patrick Faure Wings of Fascism Exhibition Opening, Anemoi Art Gallery, London, 28 feb 2019 - Watch Video A talented and successful artist, Patrick Faure was born in Monaco. During the 1980s and 1990s his realistic skills allowed him to become a leading painter of Native Americans, winning multiple awards for his portraits. In the last few years, Faure experimented with Surrealism, before inventing a style of painting, he named Faurism. His works, which include hidden philosophical messages, are in high...
January 03, 2020 — Tiffany Wang
Chuck Solomon: The Legend Sports Photographer and his Greatest Photographs

Chuck Solomon: The Legend Sports Photographer and his Greatest Photographs

“Photography has been my life’s work and has afforded me the opportunity of leading an interesting life doing something I love. Photography has allowed me to have my hobby become my profession; and if I ever do retire my profession will once again become my hobby.” - Chuck Solomon Meet Chuck Solomon, our star sports photographer, he has been photographing sports, action and lifestyle for almost forty years. A former staff photographer, as well as a current contributor, at Sports...
December 03, 2019 — Sundas Aziz
All About Art Basel Miami Beach 2019

All About Art Basel Miami Beach 2019

This year, Art Basel Miami Beach unveils a new sector, Meridians, for large-scale works and installations. Entrance is include with a fair ticket. The VIP preview for Meridians is on the evening of Dec. 3. The fair is located at the Miami Beach Convention Center, 1901 Convention Center Dr, Miami Beach, Florida. A one-day ticket costs $65 and can either be purchased online or at the fair. An all-days ticket costs $145. Children aged 12 and under are free when...
November 07, 2019 — Sundas Aziz
Delroi Whitaker, Muhammad Ali, Michael Jackson, and More

Delroi Whitaker, Muhammad Ali, Michael Jackson, and More

Delroi "Candy Man" Whitaker was born in Los Angeles, CA. When he was the tender age of one, his parents Hazel and Clifford Whitaker Sr. bought a home in Compton where Delroi and his two brothers Clifford Jr. and Erik were raised. He was raised in a loving home and his parents always made their kids attend Sunday School. Delroi loved to sing Elvis Presley songs. As he and his brothers used to play, he would sing the lyrics to...
November 06, 2019 — Sundas Aziz
Legendary Photographer Barry Kramer Hits The Mark With Classic Hollywood Celebrities

Legendary Photographer Barry Kramer Hits The Mark With Classic Hollywood Celebrities

Barry Kramer (1921 - 1984) was one of the most prolific photographers of his time. Like many before him, he was unknown during life but revered after death. His images capture the essence of a time gone by in American culture and entertainment and were rarely seen by the world.   With a born artistic eye, his photographic ability became obvious in his teens where he took countless opportunities to capture entertainment celebrities in places others never sought out. An...
November 06, 2019 — Sundas Aziz
Helmut Newton's "Comme Jackie O"

Helmut Newton's "Comme Jackie O"

The Untold Story We are excited to share with you the story behind one of Helmut Newton’s most sensational pieces “Comme Jackie O”, featuring one of his favourite and best-known supermodels, Linda Morand. COMME JACKIE O Perhaps the most remarkable work, at least for its sensationalist story, in the gallery’s collection is this photograph of super-model Linda Morand posing as Jackie Kennedy for French Vogue. The two were well known for looking alike and Newton’s satirical reportage of Morand as...
November 06, 2019 — Sundas Aziz