The tightness in your hamstrings holding a galaxy of misdirected passion together when you lunge too far out of keyboard posture and into a tunnel.
Yung Lean, backstage after his first U.S. performance.
Here’s Jim Jarmusch performing his noise installation at the Watermill Art Center’s annual summer benefit. Equipped with a Fender Stratocaster, a vintage Roland amp and several effects pedals, he greeted guests passing through the Center’s main entrance with ephemeral bursts of dissonant feedback.
Some photos from an art benefit at Robert Wilson’s Watermill Art Center in Long Island last weekend. The event turned out to be something like the cult gathering in Eyes Wide Shut. To see the full gallery at The Wild Magazine, click here.
Le1f, performing a set before Yung Lean’s first U.S. performance
Ben Sinclair, co-creator of the acclaimed Vimeo web series High Maintenance.
A portrait of JiaJia Fei, digital guru of the Guggenhiem Museum, for Avenue magazine’s May art world feature, Women Who Run The Art World. Dress is by Franziska Fox, styling and production by Dante Frongillo. To read the interview, click here. Click the photo above to see an outtake from the shoot.
Click to see another photo from this shoot. More photos coming soon.