Francis Bacon: A Brush with Violence

Francis Bacon was the loudest, rudest, drunkest, most sought-after British artist of the 20th century. Twenty-five years after his death, his canvases regularly exceed £40million at auction. Bacon’s appeal is rooted in his notoriety – a candid image he presented…

The Enviable Loft Fran Lebowitz Has Never Liked

Creative director Marc Balet bought his three-story loft in Manhattan’s Noho district 30 years ago, when the space was a dance studio. Although it did have a wood-burning fireplace, the beautiful architecture of the arched windows was hidden. Once the…

Cinema of Decay

This mini-documentary produced by Filmstruck focuses on the artistry of director Bill Morrison. Morrison, who leverages decaying film stock from years past to tell new stories that are relevant to today’s audiences. The decaying film lends brilliant visuals which add…

Larry Clark: ‘I wanted to be a writer but I had a camera in my hand’

Larry Clark is a photographer and filmmaker. He directed “Kids” (1995) and “Bully,” (2001) among other films.

Basquiat: Street Artist Who Transcended Pop Art

A lot of times, the circumstances of someone’s death can color their entire life, and that’s unfortunate. Jean-Michel is often misunderstood because of the way he died, but when you look at the totality of his life, he was triumphant.…

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