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On a blustery January midnight, fever descended upon actress and director, Syrie Moskowitz, and philosophy professor and designer, Gwenda-lin Grewal. Plagued by what seemed an eternal winter, the two bought tickets to Italy, not knowing where they would go or where they would stay. They were joined in their wanderlust by two exotic Greek muses—designer, Vicky Stavrakaki,Read more
We at Spirit & Flesh are are pleased to honor the Women’s Movement by featuring women of accomplishment.
Twenty-four hours after I returned from a two-month sojourn in Italy and Greece, I drove a solid thirteen hours to Greenville, Tennessee. I stopped to…
In 2010, a magnitude 7.0 earthquake devastated Haiti. Artists for Peace and Justice was already on the ground, working there with the most effective local community leaders.
Here at Spirit & Flesh we are devoted to the coverage of art, entertainment, fashion and culture and how they all, combined, make our lives richer.
In a special pop up series presented by Nordstrom and in conjunction with the Italian Trade Commission (ICE), the retail giant is highlighting 55 meticulously selected Italian brands in their United States premiere.
Though every new age brings with it a new aesthetic, some things remain timeless. This is exactly what the fifteen boutique fashion brands presented…
When my book of portraits, Untouched, was published in 2010, I had a coinciding exhibition of photographs in an ex-church in Chinatown.
People like to put things into little boxes. We are labeled, packaged and sent out into society carrying our physical and mental identities with us.
All of last year I was starring in a hit Broadway show called MOTOWN where I got to portray one of pop histories most iconic women of all time, Diana Ross.
Whether you have lived in New York your entire life, or have visited periodically you know that the city changes at light-speed, each new persona covering the last.
In 1985, Ivy Brown decided to settle into one of New York’s more notorious neighborhoods; a lot has changed since then, excepting Ivy.
In 2008 I was asked to document the tsunami aftermath and ceasefire between the Tamil Tigers and Sinhalese government in Kalumanai Sri Lanka.
I’m unsure what drove me to photography – maybe the video game “Fatal Frame III” where you take pictures of ghosts?
Robert Ascroft is known for clean, stunning images – his photographs embody the perfection of color and shadow, complex placement of shapes, and masterful manipulation of light.