John Stezaker

The artist depicts the archetypal women of the golden age of film – or reveals them through their absence

By Moritz Scheper
John Stezaker, Sublime X, 1987-98, found image, 11.5 x 18 cm


1 Oct
5 Nov

Blain | Southern, London, UK

By Jonathan P. Watts
Alex Da Corte, A Giant's Good Day in Hell, 2016, Persian Kelim rug, black velvet, Ikea Stromby metal frame, Philippe Starck juice squeezer, glasses, resin, carpet tape, 30 x 150 x 290 cm

David Risley Gallery, Copenhagen, Denmark

By Lizzie Lloyd
Nicolas Roeg working as a cinematographer on the set of The Caretaker, c.1962, directed by Clive Donner. Courtesy: Nicolas Roeg and Faber & Faber

Film director Nicolas Roeg talks to his friend, the artist John Stezaker, about collage, editing and memory, and film’s ability to ‘trap shadows’

By John Stezaker

Collagist John Stezaker and writer-curator David Campany discuss the legacy of Surrealist encounters with photography

Capitain Petzel

By Dominic Eichler
John Stezaker, Marriage (Film Portrait Collage) L (2008)

Galleria Francesca Kaufmann, Milan, Italy

By Frank Boehm