Anna Prudhomme is an art writer and photographer based between Paris and London. Born in the bustling French capital and partially raised in Barcelona, she studied sociology and politics before graduating from the Journalism Masters at Goldsmiths, University of London. Anna writes mostly about the expansive realm of art and its diverse forms of expression, as well as conducting interviews with the creatives who nurture it. Her journalistic focus encompasses the visual arts, music, literature, fashion, performances, cinema, feminism, and the human stories that intertwine within these domains. She is a contributor to Technikart, Numéro, Lampoon, Speciwomen, Purple and Interlope.
Benoît Coquil « La vérité avant tout »
Légende photo : LA STAR DES CHAMPIS_ Le t-shirt de Benoît rend hommage à Maria Sabina, la chamane du champignon magique au Mexique.
Tes débuts ?
Benoît Coquil : Petit, j’avais plein de carnets et j’adorais les exercices scolaires. J’avais l’intuition que j’allais poursuivre dans l’écriture.
Le pitch de Petites choses ?
Juste avant le Covid, je suis parti en vacances au Mexique avec des amis. Dans un stand du marché à Oaxaca, à côté des tee-shirts de
In the spiral circus of Parisian social scene with Lukas Ionesco
Actor and singer-songwriter, the twenty-eight-year-old was revealed for his role in Larry Clark’s The Smell of Us, starred in the feature film Une Jeunesse Dorée before venturing into the music scene and performing in London, New York and Paris. Singing about love and despair, the French prodigy has just released his third
Pol Taburet in the mind’s abyss – stages of trauma and occultism
In painter Pol Taburet’s stormy opera, distressing faces meet primary color, animals encounter dental grills, and fairy fantasies end up becoming living nightmares. At twenty-six years old, Taburet is the strange bird of France’s painting scene.
After graduating from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure D’Art, the young man
Samuel De Saboia – the nomadic artistic practice between material and spiritual
Samuel De Saboia at the art residency Numeroventi in Florence
Samuel de Saboia became well known for his large-scale mixed-media paintings addressing existential dichotomies such as life and death, pain and pleasure, and virtue and vice. The artist’s paintings relay fragments of his personal narrative as he explores themes in
On Dreams, Artificial Intelligence, and Photographic Responsibility — Public Offerings Ltd.
Haitian heritage and discarded toys jewelry — Botter 2024 show in Paris
Founded by Lisi Herrebrugh and Rushemy in 2020, Botter is a joyful mix of hybrid Caribbean culture, Dutch tailoring and strong sustainability consciousness. For the creative duo who met doing their masters’ collection at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts — which won the Dries Van Noten Award and the Ann Demeulemeester Awards,
Coralie Nyango, créatrice inspirée « Tout toute seule ! »
Tu t’es fait remarquer avec ta cagoule puffy conçue pour protéger des ondes d’Instagram, et tu viens de sortir le t-shirt « Reminder IG is not real life ». Tu es en croisade anti-Insta ?
Coralie Nyango : Quand même pas ! Je voulais avoir une sorte de slogan qui marque les esprits, et s’agrippe… un peu comme les notifications d’Instagram. En écrivant c
In conversation with Jayden Elijah: «I was a quiet kid, well that’s what my mom says»
Growing up on set: From musical theater to TV shows
Currently starring in Hulu’s television adaptation of Saint X — based on Alexis Schaitkin’s novel — Jayden Elijah is an up-and-coming British actor. Born and raised in East London, twenty-two-year-old Elijah had always been destined to act. He started when he was six years old and got a part in The Lion Kin
Where Documentary Meets Fashion Photography: A Conversation with Jeanne Lucas —
Tearing down love from its pedestal — introducing Ryder The Eagle
Singing about lost and found love, Ryder the Eagle is a French singer and songwriter who just released a second album about his new faith and old devotion. Today, this tough guy with a tender heart is getting on board with the band Oracle Sister to tour in Europe and will follow across the US the singer León Larregui to pro
Entre mélancolie et chaos : 070 Shake, une anomalie musicale
: « UNE MODE QUI RALENTIT »
Ayant fait ses armes chez Chanel puis Lanvin, Solène Lescouët, 28 ans, lance sa marque éponyme en 2020. Et fait rimer couture et « no future »… Pour la vidéo de présentation de ta dernière collection, The Tales of Solène, tu as choisi le thème de la danse. Pourquoi ?
Solène Lescouët : J’ai voulu m’inspirer d’un film bri
In between New York and the French Alps - to Be Magazine
British curator Ben Broome: «Performances have the power to disrupt gallery spaces»
Ben Broome is a London-based curator whose work supports promising young artists and challenges the stereotype of exhibition making. Aiming his shows at wide audiences, programming live performances in his exhibition spaces, Broome is a self-taught curator who almost fell in it by chance, but there is no doubt was made for it. For the past six years,
The exhibition Miriam Cahn: Ma pensée Sérielle - purple ART
“An exhibition is a work in itself and I see it as a performance,” says Swiss artist Miriam Cahn. In a beautiful maelstrom of colors and movements, more than two hundred works are presented at the Palais de Tokyo first retrospective of Cahn’s work in a French institution. Spanning from the 80s through the present day, her paintings
In Paris, the Gallery Perrotin hosts artist Bernar Venet and painter Susumu Kamijo
In Paris, the French Gallery Perrotin — also located in New York, Tokyo, Seoul, Hong Kong and Shanghai — organized a breakfast for the opening of two new solo shows in presence of the artists. Japanese painter Susumu Kamijo introduced The Sun Inside, — a colorful tribute to canines— while French pioneer of conceptual art Bernar
In Conversation With Chiron Duong — Public Offerings Ltd.
The LVMH’s foundation pays homage to Basquiat and Warhol collaborations in Paris
The Foundation Louis Vuitton: an epicenter of culture
Inaugurated in October 2014 by the LVMH group, the Foundation Louis Vuitton is one of Paris’s most notable art dedicated buildings. Located in the bois de Boulogne, next to the Jardin d’Acclimatation on the west side of Paris, it is committed to make culture accessible to all, by staging exhibitions
Fast fashion is out of fashion – is capitalism eventually going to collapse?
The European Commission has stated that fast fashion is out of fashion. France announced that by the end of next year, every item of clothing sold within its borders should have a climate impact label, while Norway and Germany both introduced due diligence acts.
The EU Eco-design for Sustainable Products Regulation introduced a digital pr