Circuit des Yeux is the main project of Chicago musician Haley Fohr, an adventurous songwriter who uses her rich baritone to emphasize the gravitas of its own strange beauty. On “Do The Dishes,” the first single from her fifth album In Plain Speech and a koan of sorts, she beautifully navigates the concept of…
On Saturday, the UK’s You magazine ran a pretty intimate interview with Tracey Emin, the insanely hard working artist who might be best remembered for her soiled bedsheets. Emin has no qualms about being unflinchingly forthright about her personal life, and she spares few details about her anxieties about aging, her…
Today in Tweet Beat, Katy Perry is blaming the tabloid media for comments she made about product placement in Britney Spears' video "Hold it Against Me." Also, Cher is pissed about Burlesque number getting cut from Oscars opening.
Diane Von Furstenberg's Claridge's launch party in London brought out a lot of starry support for DVF. Tragically, although Madonna and Gwyneth were on hand and chummy we don't have pictures...but that doesn't mean you won't hear about them...
A man has been charged with selling forgeries of artwork by the British artist Tracey Emin. Jonathan Rayfern faces five counts of fraud. No word yet on which pieces he copied - we're hoping it wasn't "My Bed." [Telegraph]
According to a poll - weirdly conducted by an insurance company - more than half a million Britons wash their sheets only three times a year. As a certain character would say: Gross, I eat in there. [UPI, Telegraph]
Today in Tweet Beat, Kelly Osbourne, Tracey Emin, Jeremy Scott and other celebs grieve over the death of Alexander McQueen, via Twitter and emoticons. Also, Spencer Pratt has an hyperbaric oxygen chamber.
Someone has been sending forged satirical letters to artist Tracey Emin's neighbors. Although they imitated her handwriting, and mentioned a recent local feud, one resident said he knew the letters were fakes; "There were no spelling mistakes." [Telegraph]
In an interview with the Mirror, former enfant terrible Tracey Emin reveals that her ex-boyfriend, who she dated when she was just 14 and he was 22, is auctioning off her old love letters. Emin is pissed.
New lows in celebrity sartorial publicity: Dior would like everyone to know that Madonna was wearing its sunglasses when she visited the victims of her stage collapse in Marseille, which killed two workers and left eight injured. [WWD]
An exhibition of hundreds of Tracey Emin's previously unseen drawings opened this week at the White Cube gallery in London. Emin's art has often been criticized for its unabashed honesty, but her most recent exhibit, titled "Those Who Suffer Love," reveals a more "mature" side of the controversial artist.
[London, May 27. Image via Getty]