Fashion, Film & Television

Meet Jessamine-Bliss Bell

Cast in an ever-expanding roster of films and fashion shows, Jessamine-Bliss Bell is making her mark in the worlds of cinema and fashion. OOO caught up with this dough-eyed beauty on set in Italy, in order to better understand just what exactly makes her so enigmatic.

August 29, 2014
Art & Design

Artist Interview: Alfredo Aceto

We catch up with artist Alfredo Aceto as he prepares for his upcoming shows at Bugada & Cargnel in Paris and the Centre d’Art Contemporain in Geneva.

August 14, 2014
Music

Summer Playlist

Finish your summer on the right note with our playlist featuring recent releases, classic Funk, Soul, and Jazz!

August 13, 2014
Art & Design

John Seal at Kraupa-Tuskany Zeidler

A woman gazes out her window. Her friend, sitting in the apartment with her, pretends to read through her junk mail, searching for an advertisement to mock, just in case the conversation dies too quickly. “The world is there. Out … Continue reading

Art & Design

Art Basel 2014

There’s nothing new under the sun, the frenetic madness still dominated the fair this year. The Fair: Roaming around the ground floor we noticed a contamination of contemporary art. The overall selection of Matthew Marks gallery was remarkable, dominating the … Continue reading

Fashion

Fashion Week Diaries: Sarah Slutsky at Resort 2015

Emma Watson’s stylist Sarah Slutsky takes us behind the scenes at Fashion Week for the Resort 2015 collections.

Art & Design

Uncensored: An Interview with Betty Tompkins

Once ignored by the art world, Betty Tompkins has since become a pivotal female figure in the industry today with her sexually liberated and explicit imagery. We talk to the artist about her creative process.

Music

Playlist of the Week

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Art & Design

Rainer Ganahl: ‘El Mundo’ at Kai Matsumiya, Lower East Side

Ambition has many facades. That is the takeaway I got from visiting Rainer Ganahl’s current show at the newly opened gallery, Kai Matsumiya in the Lower East Side. For galleries, ambition tends to exist in the polar realms. On one … Continue reading

Film & Television

A Portrait of a Lady: Chatting with the Makers of ‘Belle’ (2014)

BELLE, starring Gugu Mbatha-Raw, distinguishes itself from the generic conventions of a costume drama by confronting the racial politics of 18th century England. We talk to the filmmakers about how they negotiated between the narrative of the film and its brutal social reality.

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