Tag Archive: Patti Smith

Robert Mapplethorpe at the Atkinson

  Robert Mapplethorpe  is the subject of an exhibition at The Atkinson, a space located in Southport, England. Running from 15 December to 23 March 2019, the selection of photographs in ARTIST ROOMS… Continue reading

agnès b.

  Agnès Troublé a.k.a agnès b. is a legend. Stylist, artist, photographer, entrepreneur, activist, philanthropist, film director, art collector, curator, creative genius, pioneer, publisher, feminist…? The list could go on and on and on.… Continue reading

Ann Demeulemeester Mens 2018-2019

Nobel Prize: Bob Dylan’s words, Patti Smith’s emotional voice

Patti Smith reads from Oscar Wilde for Artangel show

Singer and activist Patti Smith was invited by Artangel to read excerpts of Oscar Wilde’s 100-page letter De Profundis, which he wrote during his two-year incarceration in the Reading Prison, the atmospheric setting for… Continue reading

Celebrating International Women’s Day with some of my favourite women and fighters

 

Quote of the week: Patti Smith

  “When I started playing I couldn’t sing very well and I couldn’t play an instrument. I didn’t know shit, but I did know rock ‘n’ roll and I felt it was my… Continue reading

Robert Mapplethorpe retrospective opens at the Grand Palais and Rodin Museum in Paris

The exhibition, that opened today to the public, presents over 250 works making it one of the largest retrospective ever held in a museum. It covers Mapplethorpe’s entire career as a photographer, from… Continue reading