david lachapelle

Tom Atwood captured some of the queer community's biggest names at home.
The "James Dean of ballet" wants to shake up the dance world for good.
SCAD Museum of Art, Savannah, Georgia. Image courtesy of SCAD. Bernd Becher, Hilla Becher, Wohnhaus, Siegen, Westfalen, 1981
That spirit of beauty overcoming the beast is what charged ALS activist Suzi Hoffman-Kipp to create an LA-based Art for ALS
In 1877, Thomas Edison invented the phonograph, the first device that could reproduce pre-recorded sounds. Before this, the only exposure people had to music was live, either in a recital hall or at home in a chamber music setting.
"If you're ready and you know what you're doing, you charge! Not friends, not family... put a price on it. Know your worth." - Cristen Geller; age: 26
What happens when you combine the talents of Russia's ballet bad boy Sergei Polunin, Irish gospel luminary Hozier and photography
London-born and Berlin-based singer Emika was shot in a glass mask with insects embedded in it. We used this image to tease
Carrera points out that the artwork's statement, "I'm Adam, I'm Eve, I'm Me" has a special resonance for her. “Your gender
As both a person and an artist, David isn't afraid to explore deep topics while at the same time reflect them in beautifully accomplished photographs drenched in balmy hues and vigorous compositions.
Though we highly recommend flocking to this exhibition as soon as possible, you may want to leave the kids at home. "Please
Each artist takes a different approach to the theme of nightlife, exploring media from painting to photography to performance
DETAIL VIEW Board by David LaChapelle 4. Amar'e Stoudemire's board features the Knicks player's crest and his youth empowerment
It can be deceiving with [Lady] Gaga who is this protector figure in [young gay kids'] heads. But she is not literally in
Molded from youth in the creatively charged and resource stripped area of South Los Angeles in 2002, the krump movement is solid and this year marks the tenth anniversary of the free-form street dance.
HP: How do you see your exhibition interacting with Kehinde Wiley's "Economy of Grace"? AE: I read this review of his on
HP: What are you working on now? OB: [Mark] Rothko is really inspiring me right now. I take a lot of inspiration from painters
Text by Holly Fraser for Crane.tv The photographer David LaChapelle needs little introduction. Since Andy Warhol offered