Read Our Exclusive Interview Of Legendary Fashion Photographer Peter Lindbergh On The Occasion of His New Book And Exhibition

When you think of famous fashion photographers, a few names come to mind: Helmut Newton, Guy Bourdin, Mario Testino and perhaps Herb Ritts. There is another name, however, that is just as iconic: Peter Lindbergh. You could say that Lindbergh’s work ushered in a new aesthetic paradigm for the pages of glossy magazines. His images of Christy Turlington, Tatjana Patitz, Cindy Crawford, Kate Moss, Karen Alexander, among others, turned them into supermodels. Coinciding with his major retrospective at the Kunsthal in Rotterdam, Taschen has recently released a major career monograph with over four hundred photographs from his oeuvre. We caught up with Lindbergh at a recent signing in Beverly Hills to discuss his work and influences. Click here to read. 

Peter Lindbergh "A Different Vision On Fashion Photography" Book Signing @ The Taschen Store In Beverly Hills

Peter Lindbergh reunites with Milla Jovovich, Tatjana Patitz, Karen Alexander and Amber Valletta to celebrate and sign his new monograph, A Different Vision On Fashion Photography, at the Taschen store in Beverly Hills. Click here to read our interview of Lindbergh. photographs by Oliver Maxwell Kupper and Summer Bowie

Paperwork NYC and Julia Fox Van Pop Up During New York Art Book Fair 2016

The lowkey van pop up was a tribute to all those who lost their lives this summer from gun violence, terrorism and drugs. I wanted to use the extra space on the van to pay homage to to all our fallen homies and people that we hear about every day in the news dying. Guns or drugs, our generation is killing itself. I used to be like that but I would like to live and make a difference. I'm donating the profits to a charity. I still don't know which one though. This van brought out a lot of emotion, people where crying over it and some girls even tried to start a fight over it. It was super turnt. Text by Julia Fox. Photographs by Alexander Richter

An Exclusive Preview Of The Unseen Photo Fair in Amsterdam

Unseen is an annual international photography fair and festival based in Amsterdam, founded in 2012 by Foam Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam, office for cultural business development Platform A, and creative agency Vandejong. Welcoming 53 galleries from across the globe, Unseen focuses on new photography, highlighting the most recent developments by presenting emerging talent and new work by established artists. As a fair, Unseen brings together leading figures in the industry with artists, curators, collectors and photography enthusiasts, creating an exchange of dialogue, artistic expression and ideas. Complementing the fair, on-site at the historic Westergasfabriek in Amsterdam, is a three-day speakers programme jam-packed with lectures and debates at the Unseen Living Room, as well as a celebration of the printed world of photobooks at the Unseen Book Market. The Unseen Photo Fair will run from September 23 to September 25, Herengracht 213, 1016 BG Amsterdam, Netherlands. photographs by Sara Kaufman

Tom Sachs "Space Program: Europa" @ Yerba Buena Center for the Arts In San Francisco

Tom Sachs and his team of astronauts set their sights on the next frontier of space exploration in Space Program: Europa. Targeting Jupiter’s icy moon, Europa, this expansive sculpture exhibition offers an unprecedented view into Sachs’ extraordinary artistic output and advances his quest to find extraterrestrial life with bricolaged sculptures. The exhibition will fill YBCA with everything his astronauts need to successfully complete their voyage—including the Mobile Quarantine Facility, Mission Control, the Apollo-eraLanding Exploration Module (LEM), and special equipment for conducting scientific experiments—immersing the audience in a universe of sculpture occupying the entire downstairs galleries in addition to YBCA’s public spaces. Sachs has also created a new site-specific installation, Logjam CaféLogjam Café will be open to the public as a neighborhood coffee shop, occasional bar, and OCD rehab center, where visitors can experience firsthand the artist’s obsession with the tools of his craft. Space Program: Europa will be on view until January 17, 2016 at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco. photographs by Annabel Graham

Daniel Arsham "Circa 2345" @ Galerie Perrotin in New York

Galerie Perrotin presents Daniel Arsham’s first solo show with the gallery in New York. The exhibition will feature sculptural pieces, breakthrough use of color as well as a large scale installation. Daniel Arsham’s sculptural works are poetic constructions made up of juxtapositions of form and material: a 16mm film projector rendered in ash and hydrostone, or a 20th century iconic guitar, formed out of white glacial rock dust, its crumbling areas integral to its haunting beauty. Transforming compressed elemental materials such as stone, crystal and ash into carefully chosen important cultural artifacts, Arsham offers a brief glimpse into our current culture and its signifiers, as if seen far off into the future. Daniel Arsham "Circa 2345" will be on view until October 22, 2016 at Galerie Perrotin in New York. photographs by Adam Lehrer

Abraham Cruzvillegas "Autoconcanción" @ Regen Projects In Los Angeles

Regen Projects presents an exhibition of new sculptures by Mexican artist Abraham Cruzvillegas. Cruzvillegas' practice deals with history and the construction of the self in reference to economic, social, political, and historical conditions. Employing various means to create open-ended strategies of production and reception, Cruzvillegas gives objects a new life and context, generating shifts in meaning and interpretation, meanwhile demonstrating how concepts and relationships can be constantly inverted and transformed. He explores economies of the makeshift, hand-made, and the recycled, and often incorporates site and elements of a particular location within the context of a work, exhibition, or project, creating a connection between Mexico City and the location in which the artist is working. His practice examines the way in which one constructs or reconstructs histories from information, illustrating how ideas are often a dialogic conflation of many people, places, and times. Improvisation and assemblage are core aspects of his practice, which is informed by, and connected to ideas of survival economics, labor economies, and the ready-made. Abraham Cruzvillegas "Autoconcanción" will be on view until October 22, 2016 at Regen Projects, 6750 Santa Monica Boulevard Los Angeles, CA

Jordan Nickel AKA POSE At The Opening Of His Solo Exhibition "Frankly" At The New Library Street Collective Gallery In Los Angeles

Detroit-based gallery Library Street Collective opens a new LA outpost with a solo exhibition from artist Jordan Nickel, AKA POSE. The exhibition, entitled Frankly, will be on view until October 11, 2016.  asphotograph by Oliver Maxwell Kupper