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Fall 2014

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32 CULTURED CONTRIBUTORS Photographer JEREMY LIEBMAN grew up in Berkeley, California, and Dallas, and now lives in Brooklyn. French publisher JSBJ published his zine À Rebours, which was acquired by the library collection of MoMA in New York. His work has also been published in the books "Background Noise" and "Holy Ghost Zine Vol. 1" and has been exhibited in Los Angeles, New York, London and Berlin. His clients include Apartamento, Nowness, W, The New York Times Magazine, i-D, and Pin-Up. "I would love to meet Tadao Ando. Several years ago, I visited his Chichu Art Museum on the remote island of Naoshima in Japan and it's one of the most beautiful buildings I have ever been in—it's built into the ground and lit entirely by natural light." "Which artist, architect or designer would you most like to meet?" DOUGLAS FRIEDMAN was born and raised in New York City and now divides his time between his hometown and Los Angeles. He shoots portraits, interiors and fashion for Harper's Bazaar, Vogue Italia, InStyle and The New York Times. For this issue of Cultured, Friedman shot our cover story with Peter Marino. "It's a toss up between Madonna (for obvious reasons) an d Philip Johnson. I'm building a glass house in Marfa, and I would love to find out what he thinks worked and, more importantly, what didn't." DAN RUBINSTEIN is a writer, editor and consultant based in New York City specializing in design and culture. He was most recently the editor-in-chief of Surface, where he had been for nearly six years. He has contributed to T: The New York Times Style Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, New York, Modern, Interior Design, Dwell, Architectural Record, Out and Veranda, among others. Rubinstein has also served as a guest critic at design schools such as Parsons The New School for Design and the Rhode Island School of Design. "One artist I'd love to meet would be Bill Viola. I remember seeing his epic, multi-channel Going Forth By Day at the Guggenheim over 10 years ago, and the piece sticks with me to this day. To me, all of his works are incredibly beautiful, haunting and mesmerizing." SAMANTHA TSE is a London-based writer specializing in fashion, design, architecture and travel. Her writing appears in Wallpaper*, Tatler, Globe and Mail and ARTINFO, among others. "I would love to meet Japanese artist Ai Yamaguchi to chat about cultural ideas of feminine beauty, prostitution and the politics of hair in her works."

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