The drugs were rampant, abandoned buildings were everywhere, it was hard to get jobs, and I was capturing an immigrant society who was trying to cope and survive in a new location that was often unwelcoming and sometimes hostile.
For Jim Lee, fashion photography was always about his models rather than the clothes. On publishing his memoir, this provocateur of the 1960s and 1970s reflects on his work with Ossie Clark and Anna Wintour – and where the likes of ‘Vogue’ have gone wrong
No wonder we are drawn to art that reveals some of these universal lessons, such as the compelling fractal geometries seen in the intricate ceramic forms made by Irish sculptor Nuala O’Donovan.
‘Beacon’ is a sculptural geodesic dome made from both fiber optic and PET bottles, illuminated from within.