Carl Andre by Nancy Durrant

09 April 2015

For a man whose work is, he claims strenuously, devoid of ideas ('There are no ideas hidden under those plates! They're steel plates and nothing else!') Carl Andre’s sculptures are astonishingly evo... read more
Carl Andre by Nancy Durrant
View of a sculpture by Carl Andre that features 144 metal plates arranged in a square formation at an unspecified gallery, New York, November 25, 1967. Photo by Fred W. McDarrah/Getty Images

Autumn/Winter 2015

16 January 2015

Carlo Brandelli’s work for Kilgour, always focuses on contemporary tailoring. Every season a new set of ‘layers’ is added to the developing process and archive. This season, the aesthetic focus ... read more
Autumn/Winter 2015
Installation of fibre optic thread within the multi-use Kilgour flagship space on Savile Row.

Carlo Mollino by Emily King

26 November 2014

There is something odd about Turin. With the Alps looming on the western horizon of its main squares and the fast-flowing river Po hemming it at the east, the city feels contained by nature, yet it ha... read more
Carlo Mollino by Emily King
Casa Mollino in Turin, Italy © Bart Kiggen

Carlo Brandelli in Conversation with Ambra Medda

10 October 2014

Carlo Brandelli talks with Ambra Medda, the co-founder of Design Miami, which in its time was arguably the most important independent show for design. Medda is now creative director of her own... read more
Carlo Brandelli in Conversation with Ambra Medda
Kilgour Creative Director, Carlo Brandelli, and L'ArcoBaleno's Ambra Medda in the Kilgour flagship space

Sylvie Guillem by Maria Yacoob

06 October 2014

To watch Sylvie Guillem dance on stage is to be pinned to your seat by a vital, physical force so intense it knocks the breath from your chest. The ease and grace of her incredible movement belies her... read more
Sylvie Guillem by Maria Yacoob
Self-portrait shot for French Vogue by Sylvie Guillem/ Gilles Tapie

Walter De Maria by Katie Baron

27 August 2014

In our digitised era of hyper-networked micro-communications it’s not hard to grasp the extent to which everything’s becoming connected, nor how sped-up the world has become. It is, however, becom... read more
Walter De Maria by Katie Baron
The Lightning Field (1977), a grid of 400 stainless-steel poles arranged in the New Mexico desert, is De Maria's most famous work, and widely credited as the origin of the Land Art movement. ©Dia Art Foundation

Riva Yachts by Chris Madigan

25 July 2014

Among the great lakes of northern Italy, Lago d'Iseo is not the most widely known. However, its water is the original home to one of the essential elements of life on the more glamorous Como or Garda,... read more
Riva Yachts by Chris Madigan
A Riva Aquarama built in 1967 for a Belgian owner in St Tropez.

Achille-Claude Debussy by Robert Ryan

11 July 2014

On 22 December 1894, the musical world shifted on its axis. Normally, when a live performance contains a startling innovation, there is an instant reaction from those not yet ready to embrace a new fo... read more
Achille-Claude Debussy by Robert Ryan
Debussy’s handwritten score for ‘Brouillards’, from Préludes Livre II, completed in 1913. Hints of the polytonality of 1894’s ‘Prélude à l’àpres-midi d’un faune’. ©GettyImages

Donald Judd by Oliver Basciano

20 June 2014

If childhood influences an artist’s work, Donald Judd’s lifelong interest in space may well have been subtly informed by the wide low terrains of the Midwest surrounding his 1928 birthplace: Excel... read more
Donald Judd by Oliver Basciano
‘Untitled, 1980’: an example of Donald Judd’s vertical stacks, a form he repeated sporadically from the Sixties onwards. ©Tate, London 2014

James Turrell by Amy Raphael

13 June 2014

James Turrell, now 71, is a hyphenate with a grand silver beard that makes him look like the daddy of all hipsters. One of America’s greatest living artists, he is also a pilot and a rancher who ten... read more
James Turrell by Amy Raphael
A Skyspace light installation by James Turrell ©Corbis