British industrial designer Tom Dixon catalogues his provocative high-concept pieces in Dixonary, a lush look at the inspiration behind his innovative lighting and furniture. Meanwhile, Untitled Horrors examines the darker side of artist Cindy Sherman’s ravishing oeuvre, pairing some of her more disquieting portraits with texts by writers like Sara Stridsberg and Miranda July. And don’t miss The World According to Karl, an illustrated collection of witty aphorisms from fashion’s enigmatic (and ever-fascinating) force, Karl Lagerfeld.
Déborah François in Populaire
Untitled # 199- A, 1989, Cindy Sherman