Life & Culture

Cigarettes After Sex Cry EP Interview Greg Gonzalez 2019
Life & CultureFeatureCigarettes After Sex, the Slow-Burn Indie Band Making Lo-Fi LullabiesCigarettes After Sex are back this week with an intimate new album, Cry. Here, Paul Moody talks to Greg Gonzalez, the band’s frontman, about why the songs on this record were the hardest to writePaul Moody
Hal Fischer The Gay Seventies 1970s Gay San Francisco
Life & CultureFeatureGay Semiotics: Hal Fischer’s Landmark 1970s Photo Series, in His Own WordsHal Fischer’s photography series, Gay Semiotics, deconstructed the ways his queer contemporaries in 1970s San Francisco presented themselves. Here, Fischer tells Another Man the story behind the series – and why he would never do a modern-day versionMiss Rosen
Ziheng, part of 'He', C. Yan Wang Preston
Life & CultureFeatureA Tender Portrait of Masculinity Among Britain’s Chinese StudentsYan Wang Preston’s new series, He, is a collection of portraits of young international students in Liverpool. “That was really the question: finding out what Chinese men are like nowadays,” says the photographerJacob Charles Wilson
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Life & CultureFeatureBen Cobb Steps Down as Editor-in-Chief of Another ManCobb, who has been at Another Man for a decade, announces today that he is stepping down as the magazine’s editor-in-chiefAnother Man
Life & CultureIllicit HistoriesBruce of Los Angeles, the Man Who Pioneered Beefcake PhotographyBruce Bellas, AKA Bruce of Los Angeles, is known as the grandfather of physique photography, influencing seminal image-makers like Robert Mapplethorpe and Herb Ritts. Continuing a new series, Miss Rosen looks at the man behind the photographsMiss Rosen
Life & CultureFilm in FocusThe Tabloid-Tarnished Legacy of INXS Frontman Michael HutchenceAs a new documentary about the prismatic Aussie frontman hits UK screens, we speak with the film’s director about Michael Hutchence, the man some have dubbed “music’s last true sex god”Michael-Oliver Harding
Salvador Dalí Tarot Deck Cards Taschen book 2019
Life & CultureFeatureThe Story Behind Salvador Dalí’s Surreal, Art-Filled Tarot DeckAs Salvador Dalí’s set of tarot cards is re-released alongside a new book about the deck, a look at how the artist repurposed figures from art history for his take on the traditional tarot charactersEmily McDermott
Patti Smith and Robert Mapplethorpe by Lloyd Ziff
Life & CultureFeaturePhotos of Robert Mapplethorpe and Patti Smith When They Were ‘Just Kids’Lloyd Ziff’s previously unpublished photographs of Patti Smith and Robert Mapplethorpe were taken in New York in 1968. Here, Ziff remembers the two young artists who went on to become iconsMiss Rosen
Scenarios III by Werner Herzog Deutsche Kinemathek
Life & CultureMagazineRead the Obsessive Character Studies of Cinema’s Big Dreamer, Werner HerzogWerner Herzog’s scripts read like great literary novels, half-dreamt worlds yet to materialise. What follows are character studies for his haunting 1977 film Stroszek: Detailed to the point of surreality, each is a beautifully written portraitAnother Man
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Life & CultureFeatureI Rated Timothée Chalamet Against Other Prince Hals on FilmLike Sparknotes for fans of Timothée Chalamet and vintage KeanuClaire Marie Healy
Pieter Hugo La Cucaracha 2019 photography Mexico
Life & CultureInterviewPieter Hugo’s New Series Explores Sex and Death in MexicoSouth African photographer Pieter Hugo discusses his new body of work ‘La Cucaracha’, which is currently on show at Priska Pasquer in CologneTed Stansfield
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Life & CultureEssayHow Mindfulness Became a Cultural PhenomenonOn World Mental Health Day, we present an essay on mindfulness by Barclay BramBarclay Bram