The new issue, Dec. 2014/Jan. 2015, of founder and editor-in-chief Joshua Triliegi’s Bureau of Arts and Culture, is 250 gorgeous pages, with four knockout covers. When I first downloaded it, because I had recently seen “Blade Runner” again (great as ever), what I flashed on was Edward J. Olmos, saying to a triumphant (albeit bloodied and “finished”) Harrison Ford, “You’ve done a man’s job, sir.” (And although I’m a card-carrying feminist, I feel no need to insert gender-neutral nouns into the famous quote.)
Bureau’s winter issue is stuffed with articles on, interviews with, and work by painters, sculptors, writers, musicians and photographers (including Magnum greats Dennis Stock and Rene Burri). Surfing (page 210) is featured too–Bureau originates out of L.A.–with a visit to San Clemente, Greg Noll territory. (I was thrilled to photograph Da Bull on an East Coast beach a few summers ago). And I’m so pleased that the issue features my second “New York Style” column (page 66 and ↓).