Tag: Sally A. Edwards

  • This isn’t just a magazine, this is a creative odyssey, highly curated, carefully written and finely designed coffee table book-style publication. BLAG is made purely by two people. Its a big undertaking and the content is finely tuned. The completed line-up’s content is being edited. Writing and design is underway. Pre-orders are being taken here.…

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  • Refik Anadol will be the art cover for this edition and we couldn’t be more thrilled. We’ll take a dive into not only Refik Anadol’s new show, ‘Echoes of the Earth: Living Archive’ now on at the Serpentine but also discover the similarities of data to human minds, the enormity of Refik’s works.  Sally A.…

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  • Lashana Lynch is Sally A. Edwards’ first face-to-face film cover interview since the hiatus with a stunning photoshoot by Sarah J. Edwards.  The interview is like nothing you’ve read before and may not anywhere else. It’s passionate and soulful. The interview effectively time travels back and forth looking at key moments that changed trajectories. We…

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  • Courtney Love and Julie Panebianco present the ARChive of Contemporary Music (ARC), in collaboration with Columbia College, the Museum of Contemporary Photography, and the Wabash Arts Corridor, proudly presents “From Her To Eternity: The Women Who Photograph Music.” This groundbreaking exhibition celebrates the remarkable work of female photographers in the music industry. Notably, the exhibition…

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  • This is the first instalment of Henry The Astronaut, an original piece of fiction by Sally A. Edwards. Subscribers get access to further instalments, special edition art, clothing and gifts inspired by the stories.

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  • Fans can now celebrate the release of the long-awaited audio of the iconic Beastie Boys’ 2004 BLAG magazine interview. Join ‘The Sarah & Sally Show’ podcast to witness the hilarious exchange with hosts Sally A. Edwards and Sarah J. Edwards.

  • Sally A. Edwards joins Adrien Brody for a day in Paris to discover, that you can take the boy out of Queens, but you can’t take Queens out of the boy. Adrien takes Sally into his world of monkeys, motorbikes, bull fights and beats and discusses the dedication he has to create such compelling performances.

  • Somewhere in the midst of 1996, a cold day in London, and I was to photograph and interview Beck. I was bearly out of my teens and armed with what I believed were an array of hilarious subjects from cocktails inventions, music and fashion predictions, Movies, TV Shows and pirate radio.

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