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Prada shows us seduction stripped down for Spring/Summer 2022
Jil Sander discovers a mix of power, tension, and subtlety
With their Spring/Summer 2022 collection, Lucie and Luke Meier remind us that ‘we should not take ourselves too seriously’
Italian glamour meets new-age disco in Kim Jones’s first live show for Fendi
Drawing inspiration from Fendi’s archive, the designer merges the conservative and experimental in his latest collection
Johannes Warnke reveals the dynamic potential of fashion design
The breakout London artist speaks on childhood memories, Brutalist architecture, and the importance of perception in his work
The New Vanguard
Hedi Slimane’s sonic youth
Hedi Slimane shares an exclusive preview of his forthcoming fall exposition. Chronicling 15 years of music.
Stephen Sprouse’s fashion diaries
Debbie Harry remembers the designer and her close friend as a new collection of his sketches emerges to inspire the next generation.
Portraits by Cédric Rivrain
“Every portrait that is painted with feeling is a portrait of the artist, not of the sitter.”—Oscar Wilde
Following the right hands of Joan Crawford and Lauren Bacall, with Pierre Bismuth
The artist disrupts the fragile framework of cinema with intentional misuse of information or symbols, the meanings of which one typically takes for granted, in...
David Lynch on the artist Michaël Borremans—and the quiet dreams he conjures
The acclaimed director introduces a portfolio of Borremans' uncanny works for Document's Spring/Summer 2014 issue.
From Naomi Campbell to Jackie O: the boundless archive of Ron Galella, the original paparazzo
The iconic photographer documented what the beautiful people looked like in the days before airbrush, as seen in Document's Spring/Summer 2014 issue.
Harlem’s Studio Museum channels Zora Neale Hurston to consider ‘draped down’ feminine beauty
Investigating self-fashioning and memory with treasures from the museum collection by Willie Cole, Narcissister, and Xaviera Simmons for Document's Spring/Summer 2014 issue.
Artist Peter Doig conjures meaning and mystery in his paintings
The Scottish artist brought a new romance to painting when he came of age in the ’80s. Many years and broken auction records later, those...
Camille Henrot merges anthropology and analog for ‘Grosse Fatigue’
The artist conceived this portfolio of found images and her own work for Document's Spring/Summer 2014 issue.
Dan Tobin’s brutal landscapes defy nature
The artist shares his thoughts on his practice, profound in its simplicity, for Document's Spring/Summer 2014 issue.
Eros and its discontents: Peter Hujar captures ineffable states of mind
Helen Molesworth, the Barbara Lee chief curator of ICA/Boston, selects photographs from ‘Peter Hujar: Love & Lust’ for Document's Spring/Summer 2014 issue.
A look inside Maripol’s subliminal process
The Downtown artist, known for her styling and polaroid photography, shares an intimate diary from her forthcoming book, ‘MARIPOLA X’ for Document's Fall/Winter 2013 issue.
The timeless rebellion of Matchless, Britain’s oldest motorcycle brand
With expertise in creating leather garments to be worn for racing, the company’s signature design brings a finesse and poise to the quintessential motorcycle grunge.
In ‘Space Fuck,’ Bjarne Melgaard reinterprets Rem Koolhaas’s OMA
Bjarne Melgaard captures imagination in a multimedia experience
Alex De Looz
Juergen Teller shoots his first cookbook for Il Pellicano—artists’ favorite restaurant
Nestled between the ocean and the lush Mediterranean landscape, the hotel-restaurant has quickly evolved into a luxury getaway for the jet set crowd. Document's Fall/Winter...
See Document’s ‘objects of desire’ from Chanel, Hérmes, and Undercover
For Document's Fall/Winter 2013 issue, we assembled some of our favorite accessories in recent memory. Visit the slide show to see our picks and discover...
Dan Tobin Smith is ‘the bone collector’
Experience the artist's eerie portfolio for Document's Fall/Winter 2013 issue.
Dive inside artist Matthew Day Jackson’s exquisite corpses
Artist Matthew Day Jackson’s explicit exploration of humankind’s core vulnerabilities, from Document's Fall/Winter 2013 issue.
Ryan Koopmans captures surreal perceptions of structural realities
The photographer turns his futuristic lens to everyday scenes in this portfolio for Document's Fall/Winter 2013 issue.
Remembering Berenice Abbott, the 1930s artist who revolutionized documentary photography
Looking back at Abbott's revelations of the New York's hidden, fleeting energies for Document Fall/Winter 2013.
Sarah M. Miller
Experience the stirring romantic vision of David D’Angers
Controversial in his day, sculptor David D’Angers redefined neoclassical notions and helped usher in the age of romanticism. See this portfolio of his boundary pushing...
White Snow Kids Party
Michele Bubacco brings a needed dose of serendipity to the Venetian painting tradition
As the son of a Venetian glass blower, the artist creates powerful compositions of faceless figures. He speaks with Kathy Battista for Document's Spring/Summer 2013...
Lewis Miller’s lush floral arrangements are a tribute to the ephemeral beauty of nature
‘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...
Delfina Delettrez, daughter of Silvia Venturini Fendi, shares her jewelry design inspirations
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...
In 2003, Bagdad’s National Library was reduced to rubble—changing my life and Iraqi society forever
Art historian and archeologist Zainab Bahrani shares her story for Document's Spring/Summer 2013 issue.
The enduring resonance of artist Jack Goldstein’s insular nihilism
Goldstein’s legacy, from conceptual performance to photorealistic painting, comments on the precariousness of artistic success, from Document's Spring/Summer 2013 issue.
Spencer Sweeney’s beguiling, generous self-portraiture
The painter created a series of self-portraits for the Spring/Summer 2013 issue of Document. Parinaz Mogadassi curates the story.
Tabboo! The muse as artist
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...
Julia Restoin, photographed by the iconic Maripol
The godmother of Polaroid photography contributes this fashion portfolio with Tom Van Dorpe for Document's Spring/Summer 2013 issue.
Lucio Fontana’s ‘hot lava’ ceramics, through the eyes of Sterling Ruby
The late Italian painter and sculptor, chiefly known for his dramatic “slash series,” also created an equally beautiful body of sculptural work. Artist Sterling Ruby...
Architect Wang Shu wants to kill all the icons
This year’s Pritzker laureate caused an upset in the world of architecture. Aric Chen puts the speech that shook the profession into perspective for Document's...
The Three Deaths of Pier Paolo Pasolini
Tijana Mamula interprets the contrasting histories surrounding the death of a phenomenal filmmaker on November 2, 1975, from Document's Fall/Winter 2012 issue.
On a debate of balance
Benjamin Alexander Huseby and Rein Vollenga birth a love child from their his and his art practices.
Zebra Katz’s contagious zero-degree hip hop
The performance artist is steering mainstream music into rarified territory and is turning ears, from Document's Fall/Winter 2012 issue.
Justin Vivian Bond meditates on Marilyn Monroe, Blanche Dubois, and the allure of pearls
The acclaimed performer shares an essay, ‘Pearls, after the death of an anointed queen,’ for Document's Fall/Winter 2012 issue.
Justin Vivian Bond