‘Flowers that are on their last breath, seconds from expiring—to me that is when they are most beautiful.' Visit the slideshow for more on how to choose the perfect arrangement, from Document's Spring/Summer 2013 issue.
Rome based jewelry designer Delfina Delettrez creates stunning, unique pieces that meld surrealist and pop sensibilities. As the daughter of Silvia Venturini Fendi, Delettrez draws inspiration from amber remnants, Man Ray, Duchamp and others. Visit the slideshow to read her personal inspirations, from Document's Spring/Summer 2013 issue.
Russian-Georgian princess Irene Galitzine’s 60’s pyjama designs are back and long out of the bedroom
Art historian and archeologist Zainab Bahrani shares her story for Document's Spring/Summer 2013 issue.
Goldstein’s legacy, from conceptual performance to photorealistic painting, comments on the precariousness of artistic success, from Document's Spring/Summer 2013 issue.
‘It’s very easy to be a radical or guerilla by saying ‘this is no good.’ But it is hard to be a builder.’ The curator speaks with Tim Goossens for Document's Spring/Summer 2013 issue.
The MoMA curator’s unorthodox hunger for architectural styles, slums, punk, and pop, from Document's Spring/Summer 2013 issue.
Gangitano never planned a life in the art world. Here she speaks with Linda Yablonsky about the ICA’s seminal 'Boston School' exhibition and Participant, her non-profit alternative space continuing to foster new artists in Document's Spring/Summer 2013 issue.
The painter created a series of self-portraits for the Spring/Summer 2013 issue of Document. Parinaz Mogadassi curates the story.
The Swedish artist discusses nightlife, discovering her darkness, and ‘going on sale’ for Document's Spring/Summer 2013 issue.
As part of the Bolshoi Ballet, Hallberrg wants to propel the ensemble into the the 21st century. He speaks with architect Charles Renfro for Document's Spring/Summer 2013 issue.
Ladyfag discusses her work-hard-play-hard style of party planning.
Stephen Tashjian, aka, Tabboo!, has long been an inspiration to artists including Nan Goldin, Jack Pierson, David Armstrong, Mark Morrisroe, and Peter Hujar. Tabboo! The Art of Stephen Tashjian marks the first tome of his profilic work as artist.