• The Artist Manipulating Photography to Create Surreal Studies of Nature By AnOther   -   Oct 23, 2018

    THE ARTIST MANIPULATING PHOTOGRAPHY TO CREATE SURREAL STUDIES OF NATURE

    For Douglas Mandry , the individual components of a photograph - “chemicals, pixels, time, space and of course, always, a subject”...

  • Tracing the Legacy of an Artist Who Made Yonic Forms from Chewing Gum By AnOther   -   Oct 23, 2018

    TRACING THE LEGACY OF AN ARTIST WHO MADE YONIC FORMS FROM CHEWING GUM

    Who? Hannah Wilke was born Arlene Hannah Butter in New York, 1940, the granddaughter of Jewish immigrants from eastern Europe. Demonstrating...

  • The Beauty Brand Empowering its Local Irish Environment By AnOther   -   Oct 23, 2018

    THE BEAUTY BRAND EMPOWERING ITS LOCAL IRISH ENVIRONMENT

    Who is it? Pharmacognosist Dr Simon Jackson and his partner and CEO John Murray Why do I want it? A slow-growing West Cork-based beauty...

  • Extraordinary Architecture Built to Exist in the Desert By AnOther   -   Oct 22, 2018

    EXTRAORDINARY ARCHITECTURE BUILT TO EXIST IN THE DESERT

    Having visited North America's arid Mojave desert repeatedly at the start of the 1960s, the late British architecture critic Reyner...

    People
  • ‘Stick and Poke' Tattoo Artist Tati Compton on Discovering Her Wild Soul By AnOther   -   Oct 22, 2018

    ‘STICK AND POKE' TATTOO ARTIST TATI COMPTON ON DISCOVERING HER WILD SOUL

    “I was about 17 when I first ate psilocybin mushrooms. I ended up in my boyfriend's mother's bathroom. I thought I might have to puke...

    Naked
  • Photographs Capturing the Warmth and Chaos of the American South By AnOther   -   Oct 22, 2018

    PHOTOGRAPHS CAPTURING THE WARMTH AND CHAOS OF THE AMERICAN SOUTH

    “I love the South for its warmth and chaos,” says American photographer Mark Steinmetz. “The vegetation grows rampant; the light is...

    People, Look
  • This Atlas Charts Brutalist Buildings the World Over By AnOther   -   Oct 19, 2018

    THIS ATLAS CHARTS BRUTALIST BUILDINGS THE WORLD OVER

    When British architecture critic Rayner Banham first popularised the concept of a ‘ New Brutalism ' in his famous 1955 essay, he described...

  • The Extraordinary Cinematic Ode to Modernism That You Need to See By AnOther   -   Oct 19, 2018

    THE EXTRAORDINARY CINEMATIC ODE TO MODERNISM THAT YOU NEED TO SEE

    Korean-American director Kogonada discovered his love of cinema in his early twenties. “I had always enjoyed films,” he tells AnOther...

  • David Bailey Remembers His Travels Through Peru By AnOther   -   Oct 19, 2018

    DAVID BAILEY REMEMBERS HIS TRAVELS THROUGH PERU

    David Bailey is at home anywhere he goes. Driven by a profound sense of curiosity and a desire to engage, the photographer's observant...

  • The Instagram Account Sharing Terrible Pictures By AnOther   -   Oct 19, 2018

    THE INSTAGRAM ACCOUNT SHARING TERRIBLE PICTURES

    “We see a lot of shit pictures,” says Gill Linton, the CEO and editor-in-chief of Byronesque Vintage. The company, which Linton founded...

    Design
  • The Technicolour 1960s Musical That Launched Catherine Deneuve's Career By AnOther   -   Oct 19, 2018

    THE TECHNICOLOUR 1960S MUSICAL THAT LAUNCHED CATHERINE DENEUVE'S CAREER

    Before La La Land , there was The Umbrellas of Cherbourg. Set in northwest France in the late 50s, the Jacques Demy-directed movie...

  • Three London Restaurants, and the Art of Eating Out By AnOther   -   Oct 19, 2018

    THREE LONDON RESTAURANTS, AND THE ART OF EATING OUT

    “Beauty should be edible, or not at all.” Salvador Dalí was an artist with an appetite for indulgence. “At the age of six I wanted...

    Gala
  • “It's an Encyclopedia of Life”: An Ironic Look at Photographic Tropes By AnOther   -   Oct 18, 2018

    “IT'S AN ENCYCLOPEDIA OF LIFE”: AN IRONIC LOOK AT PHOTOGRAPHIC TROPES

    If you were asked to assemble a roomful of photographs to tell your life's story up until this point, would you know which ones to...

    Look
  • A Group of Artists Exploring What it Means to Be a Woman By AnOther   -   Oct 18, 2018

    A GROUP OF ARTISTS EXPLORING WHAT IT MEANS TO BE A WOMAN

    “This exhibition is about the meaning of ‘woman' without limitation,” enthuses Daisy Walker, photographer and founder of non-profit...

    Women, Fashion
  • Five Unexpected Must-Have Accessories for Spring/Summer 2019 By AnOther   -   Oct 17, 2018

    FIVE UNEXPECTED MUST-HAVE ACCESSORIES FOR SPRING/SUMMER 2019

    All rules of accessory-wearing should be swiftly disregarded - the designers of Spring/Summer 2019 proffered a selection of the most...

    Design, Collection
  • A Tribute to Contemporary West African Culture, Painted With 24-Carat Gold By AnOther   -   Oct 17, 2018

    A TRIBUTE TO CONTEMPORARY WEST AFRICAN CULTURE, PAINTED WITH 24-CARAT GOLD

    When British-Liberian artist Lina Iris Viktor enrolled in college in the United States, she was confronted with the subject of race...

  • Contemporary Femininity Through the Lens of the A/W18 Collections By AnOther   -   Oct 17, 2018

    CONTEMPORARY FEMININITY THROUGH THE LENS OF THE A/W18 COLLECTIONS

    Day demons and night angels embody a twisted exploration of femininity for AnOther Magazine A/W18. Here, solitary moments of fantasy...

    Collection
  • The Artist Capturing How Industry is Transforming the Natural World By AnOther   -   Oct 17, 2018

    THE ARTIST CAPTURING HOW INDUSTRY IS TRANSFORMING THE NATURAL WORLD

    “Beauty” is not a word Edward Burtynsky wants associated with his large-format photographs of breathtaking industrial landscapes. Nevertheless,...

  • In Ethiopia, One Photographer Captures a City From a Bustling Underpass By AnOther   -   Oct 16, 2018

    IN ETHIOPIA, ONE PHOTOGRAPHER CAPTURES A CITY FROM A BUSTLING UNDERPASS

    It's a strange yet recurring phenomena that some memories - of trips, or places, or seasons, or even people - are permeated by a single...

    People
  • The Artist Recontextualising the History of Art Through Collage By AnOther   -   Oct 16, 2018

    THE ARTIST RECONTEXTUALISING THE HISTORY OF ART THROUGH COLLAGE

    The history of art is long, fluid and argumentative. Thousands of textbooks have been pumped out over the years, each one offering...