It was my first time shooting abroad and Antwerp happened to be the city to kick things off in. There I found a new, tetris-like monument called the MAS Museum and inside, I was treated to a lovely, chance encounter with a stunning Belgian called Jessica. Up until the moment we spoke, Jessica was moving between galleries and artworks in total dazed intrigue, oblivious to the rest of the museum-goers and even better, completely inattentive to her own allure.
We recently caught up with Jessica to talk about the color black, the pleasures of people-lurking, and the photographers who best depict a woman’s sex appeal. Complete interview here.
The MoMA was packed. But then again it’s always packed. With so many people, you tend to zone out and get tired, until someone of quiet pizzazz strolls in and slips right into the corner of your eye. Free of any friends, family, or escorts, this radiant wanderer drifted through paintings and people, careless of the crowd, like someone who practically lives at the museum. With a certain Meret Openheim backdrop in mind and a little battery-life left in my camera, I hoped she was cool with having her photo taken. Her name was Anni. Full interview here
How could we forget Mia. We recently caught up with our long-legged brunette about which artists would make the best fashion designers, what Germany museums really have to offer, and the many ways in which the museum experience could be improved. Full interview here.
We speak to one of our favorite babes about short, museum-appropriate dresses, Frida’s enchanting severity, and romance in museums. Read our interview here
(all photos by Xavier Aaronson)