David LaChapelle and his lens have been reimagining pop culture for more than three decades. He has documented the emergence of modern celebrity culture with unmistakable humor and wit. His two latest works “Lost + Found” and “Good News” show a photographer at the peak of his career and creativity. Cultured sat down with LaChapelle to discuss the pursuit of the transcendent, Whitney Houston and how living in Hawaii has shaped his photography.
Cultured tapped the artist Amber Vittoria to reinterpret our Winter cover.Read More
15 Minutes with Christopher BootsCultured sat down with Christopher Boots to discuss his production style, the artisan mindset and upcoming projects.Read More
On occasion of the auction of his Henri Cartier-Bresson collection facilitated by Phillips, Cultured caught up with Collector Peter Fetterman to discuss his love for the photographer and the rationale behind his multi-decade obsession.Read More
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On occasion of his career retrospective, Cultured sat down with Christoph Niemann to discuss social media, his illustrations and his relocation to Berlin.Read More
After the success of PLAY at PULSE Miami Beach last year, the innovative video exhibition is back to explore a dire and pertinent subject: POWER.Read More
Cultured sat down with Mashonda Tifrere on the eve of the opening of her latest show "King Woman" to discuss her artistic ethos, her music industry origins and how to check gender bias in the arts.Read More
Cultured sat down with up-and-coming L.A. artist Kenn Taylor to discuss his creative process, the the Los Angeles art scene and the lessons he picked up from Mary Weatherford.Read More
GUILD's Trevyn McGowan introduces the group's latest venture in Cape Town.Read More
Paula Crown exposed international audiences to the wasteful, bright red mainstay of frat parties and spring break nights with her "Solo Together" exhibition on display at 10 Hanover in London until July 16.Read More
Last week, Lily Kwong joined forces with Mafalda Millies, Charles Derenne and Nathan Mitchell on a performance piece set under a canopy of thousands of fresh blossoms, strung together by hand by Kwong and her crew on New York's High Line.Read More