The station-to-station tour of the exhibition DAVID BOWIE IS has reached its final stop at the Brooklyn Museum, and to mark the occasion, Parlophone presents two vinyl releases exclusive to the museum shop in 2018:
“Time” (U.S. single edit)/“The Prettiest Star”
Live in Berlin, on orange vinyl. Eight songs recorded live at a 1978 Deutschlandhalle performance, four never before released in any format.
“R.I.P. my dear Judy. I will always remember our house on Mortimer Road, fun days at @i_d, your kind heart, unparalleled creativity and how you pushed me to be the editor I am today, I will miss you always xoxo #JudyBlame #legend’.” – Edward Enninful’s Instagram post in remembrance of Judy Blame (1960-2018), who died today.
“R.I.P to my friend Judy Blame who was beautiful, talented and arch as hell.” – Boy George’s response
See Neneh Cherry, Vivienne Westwood, and Bjork on Judy Blame:
The costumes, the posters, the storyboards, the literature, the design and decor of the œuvre of Henri-Georges Clouzot—director of The Wages of Fear, Manon, Le Corbeau, Quai des Orfèvres, Les Diaboliques, Le mystère Picasso, L’Enfer, L’assassin habite au 21, etc.—are on view in the exhibition LE MYSTÈRE CLOUZOT at the Musée de la cinémathèque.
LE MYSTÈRE CLOUZOT, through July 29.
CINEMATHEQUE FRANCAISE, 51 Rue de Bercy, 12th, Paris.
The Hammer Museum and curator Aram Moshayedi invite you to AN EVENING WITH BLESS, a conversation and presentation with Ines Kaag and Desiree Heiss, founders of BLESS, the Paris- and Berlin-based house of conceptual fashion and domestic design.