The New York Times Magazine - The Hollywood issue - 14 Actors Acting Part 1
A Video Gallery of Classic Screen Types.
A new addition to the London skyline will be the Tate Exchange. Situated behind the Tate Modern and designed by award winning architects, Herzog & de Meuron, it is intended to expand and update the exhibition spaces of the Tate Modern and provide improved facilities for the 5 million visitors who visit the existing venue each year.
Clay brick has been one of the most commonly used building materials, which exists for thousands of years. It has always been a symbol for solidity and reliability, for human scale, and in many cases it has also been admired for its sensual qualities.
Creative, playful and inventive, Gabriel Orozco creates art in the streets, his apartment or wherever he is inspired. Born in Mexico but working across the globe, Orozco is renowned for his endless experimentation with found objects, which he subtly alters.
Alexandre Plokhov who served as Versace menswear’s lieutenant under Donatella Versace, returns with a breathtaking for Fall/ Winter 2011. The designer is working with a staff of 3 people and he is doing things in his own unique way.
Tom Ford welcomed editors and guests to his Madison Avenue boutique in New York City for a secret preview of his womenswear relaunch. Among his VIP guests where Anna Wintour, Joe Zee, Nina Garcia, and Carine Roitfeld.
Eames shell chair video made for Herman Miller by the office of Charles & Ray Eames in 1970.
Tokujin Yoshioka designed this boutique to display fashion designer Issey Miyake’s 132 5. collection of garments, which fold from two-dimensional geometric shapes into structured clothes.
Noma restaurant, located in a converted dockside shipping warehouse in Copenhagen, has created a menu that offers innovative Nordic cuisine. Constantly scanning for new sources of inspiration in Denmark and other Nordic regions, 32-year-old Chef Rene Redzepi offers a personal rendition of Nordic gourmet cuisine.