JOAN SMALLS

Photography SEAN AND SENG – Fashion MEL OTTENBERG –
Model JOAN [email protected]

LONDON SHOOT (images 1-10)

Hair MARC [email protected]; Make Up PETROS [email protected]; Manicurist ADAM [email protected] for RIMMEL LONDON; Set Design ROBERT STOREY; Assistant GEORGE LEWIN; Photo Assistants JAVIER VILLEGAS, SIMON BREMNER; Fashion Assistants JULIA GALL, KELLY ANN HUGHES; Digital Operator OLIVIA [email protected] YELLOW JACKET; Studio SPRING STUDIOS; Production DAN WORTHINGTON for ROSCO PRODUCTION; Retouching OUTPUT

NEW YORK SHOOT (images 11-15)

Hair FRANCO GOBBI for G [email protected] NEW YORK; Make Up VIRGINIA [email protected] using CHANEL; Manicurist DAWN [email protected] ARTISTS using CHANEL; Set Design MATT [email protected] MACKINNEY; Photo Assistant JAMES GILES; Fashion Assistants JULIA GALL, KELLY ANN HUGHES; Digital Capture MILK DIGITAL; Production MATTHEW [email protected]; Retouching OUTPUT

Photography SEAN + SENG, Fashion MEL OTTENBERG

Deeper

  • “As soon as he saw me, he started talking about artists who had been bad fathers. He spoke with great ease, as if we were intimate friends who had discussed the topic many times. I smiled politely and nodded while feverishly trying to get my bearings. What was the connection? Was it because I had written about being a father? Did he himself have a bad conscience as a father? Or was there another reference I hadn’t picked up on? The whole situation was unclear. I wasn’t there to interview him, and we didn’t know each other — I wasn’t even sure if he knew who I was.”

    – Karl Ove Knausgaard, “Into the Black Forest With the Greatest Living Artist,” The New York Times.

    A meeting of two major (and masc) egos, the neurotic Norwegian novelist Knausgaard devotes months — and a hefty word count — trying to understand what makes Anselm Kiefer tick. Tautology and transference ensue.