RICHARD PHILLIPS ISSUEVol.2
For the second volume of our Richard Phillips issue, we asked one of his closest collaborators, artist and musician Jordan Robin, to visit Alisa Baremboym’s latest show at 47 Canal Gallery in New York, for an intimate conversation about the inspiration behind her work. What’s more, we invited Brooklyn-based artist Kelsey Henderson to interview some of Phillips’ favorite musicians — Brandon Welchez of Crocodiles, Elias Bender Rønnenfelt of Marching Church and Margaret Chardiet, Walker Behl and Keegan Dakkar of Cheena —, and share with our readers the powerful portraits of her interviewees, as well her latest series of paintings. Last, but not least, photographers Hunter & Gatti sneaked into Phillips’ studio in New York, offering a rare glimpse of his creative process.
Artist and musician Jordan Robin, one of Richard Phillips’ closest collaborators, interviews New York-based artist Alisa Baremboym, who reveals all the details about her latest show at 47 Canal Gallery, titled “Conflict”.
Discover the evocative paintings of Kelsey Henderson, as well as her interviews with Phillips’ favorite musicians: Brandon Welchez of Crocodiles, Elias Bender Rønnenfelt of Marching Church and Margaret Chardiet, Walker Behl and Keegan Dakkar of Cheena.
Creative duo Hunter & Gatti invite you to an exclusive, behind-the-scenes tour into Phillips’ private studio in New York, in search of the inspiration behind his awe-inspiring work.
- Issue IX Vol.2
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