ANDREA BLANCH How did you start working on Into the Mysterium? How did this book come to be?
MICHELE OKA DONER I approached Nancy Voss, a marine biologist at the Marine Invertebrate Museum, to vet captions for the book I published in 2004 called Workbook....
The fifth edition of Frieze (May 5 - 8) assembled more than 200 international
contemporary art galleries under a huge white tent embellished with diagonal streamers...
“We don’t need another fucking picture of a hand. Kill me!” This is how Keanu Reeves, coauthor of the new art book Shadows with Alexandra Grant, laughingly described their editing process.
ANDREA BLANCH: During your career, you’ve been labeled a lot of different things — one of them being a “spirit photographer.”
Edward Mapplethorpe’s new book, One: Sons and Daughters, is a collection of baby pictures that he began producing in 1995.
Steve Miller: Marvin, the reason we thought about asking you to be a guest editor for this issue of Musée is because I knew you were working on a project related to science and photography.
There is no wrong way to experience Wolfgang Tillmans’ latest book Abstract Pictures. A quick flip through the thick volume feels like traveling through a colorful, diverse dreamscape.
A phrase in the exhibition’s tagline is, ‘the precarity of intimate spaces.’ In your opinion, what about an intimate space is precarious?
Musée Magazine: What inspired you to leave your career as an architect? What drew you to photography?
Andrea Blanch: I went to the 1999 Venice Biennale, when I first saw your work. What I would like to know is...