Martin Parr is a chronicler of our age. In the face of the constantly growing flood of images released by the media, his photographs offer us the opportunity to see […]
In 1967, André Labarthe filmed a conversation between Jean-Luc Godard and Fritz Lang. It was called The Dinosaur and the Baby. Godard, along with François Truffaut, was then at the head of […]
At the turn of the millennium, for a year of days beginning in the autumn of 1999, Kathleen and Henry lived in a remote village, in the Maramures region of northern Transylvania, Romania. This region is unique amongst the former Soviet Bloc for the way it has preserved its way of life.
Le Corbusier was one of the 20th century’s most important architects, whose cerebral and provocative designs are still poorly understood by most non-architects. In his effort to shape a better […]
Named for one of the most intellectually challenging board games in the world, played primarily in China, Japan, and Korea by players who use black and white stones to acquire […]
Louis Ferdinand Celine is the greatest French writer of the twentieth century–rivaled only by Proust. When Denoel & Steele published “Voyage au bout de la nuit” on October 20th 1932, […]
Having been one of the first photographers to bring colour outside of consumer and commercial spheres and into the gallery, Sternfeld’s use of colour is certainly noteworthy. The painterly quality […]