Every month, artist Sam Falls makes a mix and sends it out to a group of friends. We asked him to start sharing the playlists here. His mixes will be running as a monthly feature on Dossierjournal.com. This is the first one. So I’ll write a little about how it started. I have to say [...]
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This Saturday, Andrea Hill and Kalika Farmer are organizing a nuit blanche festival of rarely seen art in the Berkshires, a community well-known as a beacon of creativity in the mountains. Taking its name from Arcadia, which means ‘utopia in harmony in nature,’ Arcadian Night is a salon style exhibit of 42 artists with an [...]
Secrets, a group photography show Alec and I curated, opened in LA just before Halloween. The show features 38 photographers’ idea of what constitutes a secret. It will be on view though November 14 at Space 1520 at 1520 Cahuenga. If you don’t have a chance to see it, you can also pick up the [...]
During the hustle and bustle of fashion week, Homecoming was an amazing five day pop-up event that offered the creative community of downtown New York a place to call home. Programming was curated by Dossier, with a portrait studio by Dan Martensen and a space designd by Peter Klein. Sponsorship was thanks to Vans with [...]
Photos by Barbara Beeman Younger Than I’ll Be, a photography show I curated, opened last week at BAM. It will be up through May 23 and features work by David Armstrong, Cass Bird, Larry Clark and Marcelo Gomes, among others. I’m a little late getting party pics posted, but here are a few. My father [...]
Issue No. 5 of Dossier is being printed as you read this. It includes, as you can see above, a cover shoot of Daria Werbowy, shot at home by Cass Bird, interviews with Gaspar Noe, Anne Collier, Miss J. Alexander and Lydia Peelle, photos and interviews of Devendra Benhart and Annie Clark of St. Vincent, [...]
Hassla Books – the so-called “anti-Taschen” – has just released Color Dying Light, their latest artist book with the photographer Sam Falls. It’s the tenth release by the New York based press, with previous releases by artists like Dan McCarthy, Takashi Homma, and Hassla founder David Schoerner.