From zany to soulful, aWLp’s Craig McDean captured the many different sides to Jack White, the ever-evolving artist for the latest issue of Interview Magazine . Check out the full article here.
Katy Perry goes incognito for the latest edition of Interview magazine. aWLp’s Mikael Jansson transformed the superstar into a high fashion muse, whose usual candied colored hair and perky smile are replaced with dark luscious curls and a touch of mystery in her eyes. Check out the full story here.
Congrats to Pedro Almodóvar, who took home a BAFTA this past Sunday for his 19th feature, The Skin I Live In. aWLp’s Alison Chernick recently met up with the filmmaker to talk about the subject he is most obsessive about – women. Check out the film here.
Two years after his debut film, Hunger, screened at the AFI fest, Steve McQueen returns with the highly provocative and controversial Shame, starring Michael Fassbender as a seemingly normal New Yorker spiraling out of control into sexual addition. Watch aWLp’s Alison Chernick’s interview with the filmmaker below and if you are in the LA area, check out the North America premiere of Shame at the Grauman’s Chinese, part of the AFI fest, on Nov 9 at 7:30pm. For more info, click here.
“Exposure is huge, because we have to find way that you are not invaded all the time, by lenses, by people looking…if you are to give anything worthwhile of yourself, you have to feel completely exposed.” The Look premieres in New York at the DOC NYC film fest, featuring actress Charlotte Rampling as she reflects on her career through conversations with other artists including aWLp’s Peter Lindbergh, Paul Auster and Juergen Teller, intercut with iconic scenes from her films. At the IFC Center on Nov 3 at 7:00pm, with director and Rampling attending. Watch the trailer here.
Red hot from dropping their latest album, the boys from RHCP are the subjects of Stéphane Sednaoui’s photos in the October issue of Interview Magazine. Check out the article here.
David Michalek’s installation, Portraits in Dramatic Time, met rave reviews with fans and critics alike, including The Wall Street Journal and W Magazine. Make sure to catch it before it leaves Lincoln Center on July 31. For those who won’t be in the NY area, check out this article from the Huffington Post, which includes a video of Michalek’s interview with festival producer, Boo Froebel.
Featured in the documentary documenting one of the most celebrated actresses of our time, Peter Lindbergh (seen here on this year’s Cannes red carpet with the subject of the film, Charlotte Rampling) photographed Rampling in the opening sequence of The Look, until she turns the lens on him for a bit of role reversal. The film’s director, Angelina Maccarone, accompanies Rampling on visits to various artists-cum-friends, with whom she chats about her unique approach to working in front of the camera. We will be sure to watch for its release on the stateside.
Who better to review Darren Aronofsky’s latest cinematic feat, Black Swan, than aWLp’s friend and principal ballerina for the New York City Ballet for the past 20 years, Wendy Whelan. Whelan herself began ballet at the age of three and since joining the NYCB, has danced many of the featured roles in ballets such as Swan Lake. Read the full review here.
Fader Magazine issue #64, The American Photo Special, has an interesting article/conversation( http://tiny.cc/SXUjB )between two Photo Journalists-Victoria Sambunaris (http://tiny.cc/mfO5c) and Peter van Agtmael (http://tiny.cc/9pB48)- where they discuss their craft and the insight it has given them.