• Why Photographer Dorothea Lange's Political Legacy Continues to Endure By AnOther   -   Jun 21, 2018

    WHY PHOTOGRAPHER DOROTHEA LANGE'S POLITICAL LEGACY CONTINUES TO ENDURE

    Who? It's hard to imagine the landscape of modern documentary photography without the defiant, principled and tireless presence of...

  • The Trailblazing Human Computer Who Represented a New Age of Working Women By AnOther   -   Jun 21, 2018

    THE TRAILBLAZING HUMAN COMPUTER WHO REPRESENTED A NEW AGE OF WORKING WOMEN

    Before the introduction of machine-based computer sciences, ‘human computers' were relied upon to solve and execute complex mathematical...

    Women, People
  • The Duo Blurring the Boundaries of Art and Interior Design By AnOther   -   Jun 20, 2018

    THE DUO BLURRING THE BOUNDARIES OF ART AND INTERIOR DESIGN

    Following in the footsteps of prominent contemporary culture names Travis Scott and Demna Gvasalia's subversive design collective Vetements,...

    Design, Collection
  • An Exhibition Recreating the Isolated Huts That Philosophers Worked In By AnOther   -   Jun 20, 2018

    AN EXHIBITION RECREATING THE ISOLATED HUTS THAT PHILOSOPHERS WORKED IN

    It was a family trip to Jamaica that brought into focus the real world implications of philosopher Dieter Roelstraete 's life's work....

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  • The Nun Who Became an Unlikely Heroine of Pop Art By AnOther   -   Jun 19, 2018

    THE NUN WHO BECAME AN UNLIKELY HEROINE OF POP ART

    At first glance, Pop Art and Catholicism have little in common; where one celebrates superficial fame and consumerism, the other preaches...

  • Shoes and Bags Influenced by the Aesthetic of Rachel from Friends By AnOther   -   Jun 19, 2018

    SHOES AND BAGS INFLUENCED BY THE AESTHETIC OF RACHEL FROM FRIENDS

    Who is it? By Far, the Bulgaria-based shoe brand founded in 2016 by twin sisters Valentina Bezuhanova, Sabina Gyosheva and their best...

    Women, Bags, Beauty, Design, Shoes
  • The Beloved Sausage Dogs that David Hockney Immortalised in Paint By AnOther   -   Jun 19, 2018

    THE BELOVED SAUSAGE DOGS THAT DAVID HOCKNEY IMMORTALISED IN PAINT

    In 1995, David Hockney - the iconic artist known for his captivating, pastel-hued portraits, Pop Art paintings and vivid landscapes...

  • Five Times Sunglasses Ruled the Tom Ford Runway By AnOther   -   Jun 19, 2018

    FIVE TIMES SUNGLASSES RULED THE TOM FORD RUNWAY

    Chief among the 15 commandments that Tom Ford gave men - not limited to owning a pair of tweezers and having good teeth (“if you don't...

    Men, Design, Fashion
  • The Artist Capturing His Subjects' Physicality on Canvas By AnOther   -   Jun 19, 2018

    THE ARTIST CAPTURING HIS SUBJECTS' PHYSICALITY ON CANVAS

    There's an eerie materiality to the work of Sandro Kopp - if you were to absorb one of his sculptural paintings quickly from the corner...

  • Domestic Goddess: The Everyday Imagined Anew for S/S18 By AnOther   -   Jun 18, 2018

    DOMESTIC GODDESS: THE EVERYDAY IMAGINED ANEW FOR S/S18

    A bold new take on the quotidian, Zoe Ghertner and Jane How take the season's collections into the home for AnOther Magazine S/S18....

    Collection
  • The Extroverted Wardrobe of Hairstylist Sam McKnight By AnOther   -   Jun 18, 2018

    THE EXTROVERTED WARDROBE OF HAIRSTYLIST SAM MCKNIGHT

    Looking at Sam McKnight , who can often be found whipping up a coiffed confection backstage at a fashion show or tinkering with a wig...

    Look, Fashion show, Fashion
  • Navigating the Presence and Absence of Love in Living Spaces By AnOther   -   Jun 18, 2018

    NAVIGATING THE PRESENCE AND ABSENCE OF LOVE IN LIVING SPACES

    At little more than a moment's notice, love can tear through the carefully woven tapestry of a life, unpicking every stitch as it goes....

  • Playfully Postmodern Glassware from the Founder of the Memphis Group By AnOther   -   Jun 18, 2018

    PLAYFULLY POSTMODERN GLASSWARE FROM THE FOUNDER OF THE MEMPHIS GROUP

    It would be easy to assume that architect and Memphis Group founder Ettore Sottsass ' achievements as one of the pivotal creative minds...

  • The Dior Obsessive Chronicling a Golden Decade of John Galliano By AnOther   -   Jun 15, 2018

    THE DIOR OBSESSIVE CHRONICLING A GOLDEN DECADE OF JOHN GALLIANO

    There's no denying the genius of John Galliano. When the British designer unceremoniously fell from grace in 2010, it marked the end...

    Fashion, Design
  • What People Wore to Dance at Legendary Club Studio 54 By AnOther   -   Jun 15, 2018

    WHAT PEOPLE WORE TO DANCE AT LEGENDARY CLUB STUDIO 54

    There is perhaps nothing more emblematic of the 1970s disco era than legendary New York nightclub Studio 54. A short-lived haven (under...

    People, Glamour, Design
  • Six Boundary-Defying LGBTQ Films To See This Year By AnOther   -   Jun 15, 2018

    SIX BOUNDARY-DEFYING LGBTQ FILMS TO SEE THIS YEAR

    From 1960s New York in Carol to present-day Yorkshire in God's Own Country , the scope of queer cinema in recent years has broadened,...

  • Five Ways to Wear Subversively Sexy Swimwear this Summer By AnOther   -   Jun 14, 2018

    FIVE WAYS TO WEAR SUBVERSIVELY SEXY SWIMWEAR THIS SUMMER

    The word swimsuit was coined in 1915 by the Jantzen Knitting Mills company. Its logo - a figure clad in a scarlet one-piece, named...

    Women, Dress
  • The Forgotten Photographer Who Captured Britain's Social Crises By AnOther   -   Jun 14, 2018

    THE FORGOTTEN PHOTOGRAPHER WHO CAPTURED BRITAIN'S SOCIAL CRISES

    Who? In the landscape of British documentary photography of the latter decades of the 20th century, Tish Murtha 's is not a name that...

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  • “I'm a California Girl at Heart”: The Places that Inspire Gia Coppola By AnOther   -   Jun 14, 2018

    “I'M A CALIFORNIA GIRL AT HEART”: THE PLACES THAT INSPIRE GIA COPPOLA

    Gia Coppola is a California girl born and bred, and refers to herself as such. She grew up in bustling environs of Los Angeles, paying...

  • Where is Your Waste? A Powerful New Exhibition Forces the Conversation By AnOther   -   Jun 14, 2018

    WHERE IS YOUR WASTE? A POWERFUL NEW EXHIBITION FORCES THE CONVERSATION

    You could argue that the primary role of the art gallery in contemporary culture is to recontextualise the behaviours we perpetuate...

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