MANIFESTO

#63

CHANGE OF SPACE

CULTURE

How Directors Dress

How Directors Dress uses clothing to tell exciting new stories about directors, their lives, their movies, and the times in which they were made.

PHOTOGRAPHY

OUTDOOR FURNITURE

Outdoor Furniture is the new book published by Art Paper Editions dedicated to Pippa Garner’s photographic practice, which for fifty years has questioned the limits of socially acceptable codes and languages.

NEWS

OCCUPYING SPACE

Donald Judd’s works will be on display from June to September during Art Basel: defined by Judd’s interest in materials and color, they emphasize the intrinsic qualities of their components and the relationship between part and whole.

EXHIBITION

FIVE WAYS TO SEE

The new series of paintings by Emily Ludwig Shaffer leverages hard-edge aesthetics and the architectural sense of composition to explore the sensory potential of painting. Through clear lines and solid colors, it offers a reflection on how women occupy both concrete and symbolic spaces.

ART

Anne Imhof On
non-infinity

Wish You Were Gay, the new exhibition dedicated to the work of Anne Imhof at the Kunsthaus Bregenz, explores the sense of non-infinity, reality and artifice, chance and fate, as well as absence and presence.

COLLECTION

INTO THE WILD

The Loro Piana expertise comes forward in the Into the Wild collection. Technical fabrics paired with fine silks and cashmeres are expertly crafted to withstand the elements.

CINEMA

KINDS OF KINDNESS

Yorgos Lanthimos’ new film is a triptych of fables that follows the life of a man trying to take control of his own life, a policeman alarmed by the return of a missing person, and a determined woman destined to transform into a prodigious spiritual leader.

PHOTOGRAPHY

Mutability

Through more than one hundred images taken between 1969 and 2021, Vehicular & Vernacular is Stephen Shore’s first retrospective in Paris after nineteen years.

GUCCI

THE REMAINS OF NOTHING

Madre Museum and Gucci present, from Thursday, May 30th to Monday, July 29th, 2024, the collective exhibition The Remains of Nothing, dedicated to the relationship between architectural contexts and the identity and emotional experiences that inhabit them.

NEWS

WISH THIS WAS REAL

Tyler Mitchell’s early influences and his immersion in skateboarding culture are reflected in images that pursue the dream of community amidst the disorders of society.