CRASH 70 THE ART ISSUE

This winter we catch up with the old heroes of the underground like Abel Ferrara and Larry Clark, while meeting new art world stars like Camille Henrot, Jack Pierson and Sterling Ruby, whose interviews make this an even more special issue. We also look back at the ten exhibitions and fourteen artworks that did the most to open our minds and get us thinking in 2014. Indesign, we consider the new forms created by Pierre Paulin in the 1970s and Wendell Castle today. A future megastar combining roles in boundary-pushing indie flicks, blockbuster hits and cult TV shows, actor Lee Pace has us on the edge of our seats in the series “Halt and Catch Fire”. And so does Étoile dancer Marie-Agnès Gillot as she jetés from Balanchine to Pina Bausch with the same fervor and feistiness. Parrying any charge of nepotism, Lily Collins stands among a new generation of Hollywood talent. Let’s meet this short list of essential artists who face danger and whose fame is not in vain… (AL)

In this issue:

LEE PACE

LILY COLLINS

CAMILLE HENROT

PAOLO GIARDI

STERLING RUBY

MARIE-AGNES GILLOT

PIERRE PAULIN

WENDELL CASTLE

LARRY CLARK

ABEL FERRARA

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