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David Grann may be every reporter's favorite reporter. But even when he appears in his stories—as he does, muddied and afflicted by every imaginable pest during his search for an ancient Amazonian civilization in his great The Lost City of Z, which James Gray has adapted for a film out this week—he is never a distraction from the story. ARTICLE PUBLISHED: 04/11/17
At the Artissima art fair in Torino, Italy, this weekend, interdisciplinary artists Scarlett Rouge and Saulo Madrid will present their film and installation Beyond the Walls of Eden for the first time. ARTICLE PUBLISHED: 11/03/16
It may be the best of times; it may be the worst of times. Who can tell? With a cluttered calendar and sales schedules speeding up by the moment, the fashion industry seems to be spinning loose from trends, from seasons, from time itself. Fashion weeks and their collections have begun to resemble the digital thicket of media streams sprouting up all around them—they too are everywhere, and always on. But along with all that sturm und drang has come a vibrant new age of undeniable creativity and talent.
Part Joycean epic, part Tolkienesque adventure, with a little family history, cosmological contemplation and autobiography to boot, Alan Moore's new 1300 page novel Jerusalem (Liveright) is mad, beautiful, brilliant—and everything else in the world, really. ARTICLE PUBLISHED: 08/24/16