Fashion designer, icon and true-Londoner Bella Freud talks to Art is Alive about her current projects, David Bowie’s music, her dad’s paintings, and her new perfume. Favourite David Bowie song? Andy Warhol or Queen Bitch. When… Continue reading
Photographer Steve Schapiro’s work has been exhibited internationally and was featured in the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s 1968 exhibition Harlem On My Mind, more recently Warhol Underground at the Centre Pompidou, in… Continue reading
Next October, David Bowie’s musical Lazarus will be staged at the King’s Cross Theatre in London for the first time. It was a sell-out Broadway-inspired show in NY, and it will surely… Continue reading
“Art was, seriously, the only thing I’d ever wanted to own. It has always been for me a stable nourishment. I use it. It can change the way I feel in the… Continue reading
Legendary artist, singer, poet, songwriter and actress Marianne Faithfull answers Art is Alive’s Proust Questionnaire, ahead of releasing a new album, and starting a tour which includes two dates in London, on… Continue reading
On the occasion of Let’s Dance: a tribute to David Bowie, an exhibition of twenty-five photographs by Richard Young at his eponymous gallery in London, 4 Holland Street, I caught up with Richard himself about his… Continue reading
I still can’t believe I’m posting this. I was dreading this day. I still can’t process his death. Goodbye gentleman, the stars look very different today!
Ahead of the LCM presentation tomorrow morning at Pace London, titled You Can Find Inspiration in Everything, a new collaboration with David Bowie and graphic designer Jonathan Barnbrook to mark the release of… Continue reading