Erwin Olaf

Erwin Olaf

Berlin Read more »

Mrz 16, 2012 
 
This Will Have Been

This Will Have Been

Chicago Read more »

Mrz 16, 2012 
 
Ellsworth Kelly

Ellsworth Kelly

Los Angeles Read more »

Mrz 15, 2012 
 
Martin Visser

Martin Visser

Maastricht Read more »

Mrz 15, 2012 
 
Gerhard Richter

Gerhard Richter

New York City Read more »

Mrz 14, 2012 
 
Saul Leiter

Saul Leiter

Hamburg Read more »

Mrz 14, 2012 
 
Prince/Picasso

Prince/Picasso

Malaga Read more »

Mrz 13, 2012 
 
Shūji Terayama

Shūji Terayama

London Read more »

Mrz 13, 2012 
 
Robert Adams

Robert Adams

Los Angeles Read more »

Mrz 12, 2012 
 

Jan Delay / Beginner

In summer 2011, Jan Delay gave a concert in Hamburg, Germany, to bid farewell to his “Bahnhof Soul” era, a solo career characterized by a mixture of funk and pop music. The musician will now collaborate with his former band ‘Absolute Beginners,’ which first formed in Hamburg in the early 1990s with a combination of English Rap and an iron will.  Six albums and minus one member later, the band was renamed ‘Absolute Beginner.’ Then, after a seven-year break, Dennis Lisk, Guido Weiß und Jan Philip Eißfeldt reformed again simply as ‘Beginner.’ Their next album is expected to be released in Summer 2012. It will be interesting to hear what the trio produces after years of separation, especially given the different inspirations that have influenced each member.

We sat down with Jan Delay to look back at the early days, when he wore Starter jackets, hoodies, Doc Martens, down vests and denim overalls – a completely different look to the one he sports today.

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Mrz 12, 2012 
 
Mark Bradford

Mark Bradford

San Francisco Read more »

Mrz 12, 2012 
 
Georg Baselitz

Georg Baselitz

Bad Homburg v. d. Höhe Read more »

Mrz 11, 2012 
 
Arigato

Arigato

Berlin Read more »

Mrz 11, 2012 
 
William Kentridge

William Kentridge

Melbourne Read more »

Mrz 10, 2012 
 
Jim Houser

Jim Houser

Los Angeles Read more »

Mrz 10, 2012 
 
Peikwen Cheng

Peikwen Cheng

Berlin Read more »

Mrz 9, 2012 
 
Emil Otto Hoppé

Emil Otto Hoppé

Madrid Read more »

Mrz 9, 2012 
 
Lucian Freud

Lucian Freud

London Read more »

Mrz 8, 2012 
 
Hasselblad Award Winner 2012

Hasselblad Award Winner 2012

Gothenburg Read more »

Mrz 8, 2012 
 
Thomas Killper

Thomas Killper

Reggio nell’Emilia Read more »

Mrz 8, 2012 
 
Rammellzee: The Equation

Rammellzee: The Equation

New York City Read more »

Mrz 7, 2012 
 
Albert Oehlen

Albert Oehlen

New York City Read more »

Mrz 7, 2012 
 
Rineke Dijkstra

Rineke Dijkstra

San Francisco Read more »

Mrz 6, 2012 
 
Fred Sandback

Fred Sandback

New York City Read more »

Mrz 6, 2012 
 
After the Laughter

After the Laughter

Los Angeles Read more »

Mrz 6, 2012 
 
Yayoi Kusama

Yayoi Kusama

London Read more »

Mrz 5, 2012 
 
Hasselblad Foundation International Award in Photography

Hasselblad Foundation International Award in Photography

Gothenurg Read more »

Mrz 5, 2012 
 
Ai Weiwei

Ai Weiwei

Paris Read more »

Mrz 4, 2012 
 
Jean-Paul Goude

Jean-Paul Goude

Paris Read more »

Mrz 4, 2012 
 

Diane Pernet

Big names don’t sound big when Diane Pernet speaks of them. She virtually knows all about those in the creative world. But exactly who knows about this veiled lady? She rigorously dresses in black, never takes off her darkly-tinted sunglasses, never goes out without red lipstick and always has a turban topped on her head. Doing everything possible to look tall, the 5’2” “statuesque” lady is indeed a principal force within the creative world. Her opinion is dominantly influential and can be a decision-maker as far as the careers of artists, filmmakers and fashion designers.

Although considered as infinitely extravagant, even the insiders of the creative industry consider Pernet as somewhat strange. Some say she looks like a witch and expect her to be as mean as Cruella de Vil in the 101 Dalmatians. But with her voice as smoky as a bar on the corner, Pernet proves the opposite. She loves colors. This is apparently not for her clothing but for her interior as she says. Her flat in Paris is as vivid as an art museum. From her back room, she can spot the top of the Eiffel Tower.

Shortly after arriving back in Paris from the London Fashion Week, she walks us through her neighborhood in the seventh arrondissement. She says it is the first time in her life that she has left home without a heavy bag. Carrying her keys and her Blackberry in her hands, she feels kind of free. She talks to us about talent, persistence and her visions on the art and fashion world.

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Mrz 3, 2012