More events to be announced soon. More info to come. Here are some recent reviews from Antony and the Johnsons: Show and ticketing information can be found here. For ticketing and show information please see the events page. You can see the article here. To commemorate the Hammer Projects exhibition, we are posting a link to an article that appeared in the Gaurdian in which Antony discusses many of the works being shown now in LA.
Antony and Charles also did an extensive article about the film in Politiken. Tickets are still available here. Antony is his first one-person museum exhibition in the US and will feature collages and drawings made between to The exhibition is organized by guest curator James Elaine. Swanlights MoMA commissioned performance is now on-sale via Ticketmaster phone charge at , and online at www. Featuring a piece orchestra, the performance piece is conceived as a new commission especially developed for the January 26th performance, and an evolution of the highly acclaimed The Crying Light, which was presented at the Manchester Opera House for the Manchester International Festival.
It is produced in collaboration with light artist Chris Levine, lighting designer Paul Normandale, and set designer Carl Robertshaw. Antony and the Johnsons: Tickets go on-sale November 12th at 10a. For further information please see our events page. DOX on November 11th in Copenhagen. Click on the image above for further information on the screening. Antony and Jessica 6 have teamed up on a video for "Prisoner of Love", the bands newest single.
For an exclusive look at the video head on over to Interview. For more info please click here. Please see the events page for further information.
Antony recently did a series of interviews with Italian press. La Repubblica's interview can be seen here. For tickets please visit here and for information on Chris Levine please see his site here. See the article here. Show info and tickets can be found here. Photograph by Lucie Jansch June 28th, Antony was recently interviewed for Pitchfork's new feature "". You can see the feature here. Antony and the Johnsons announce 4 upcoming symphony events this fall.
Ticketing and show infomation can be found on our events page. Antony is featured in W Magazine 's July issue. Please see below for more details. Photograph by Max Vadukul June 6th, You can hear the interview here. Antony has contributed vocals on Jessica 6's latest single "Prisoner of Love" off their upcoming album "See the Light" coming out June 7th. You can here their duet here. We are happy to announce that the "Swanlights" 10" is now available through Record Store Day participating stores.
Ticketing info can be found here. Ticketing and show info can be found here. The upcoming summer orchestra events will be a culmination of their work to date featuring arrangements from the most recent release "Swanlights" and previous releases.
Please see our upcoming events page for further infomation. We are pleased to announce the premiere of Antony and the Johnsons "Swanlights" video directed and produced by Sara Hegarty. Please click here to see the video. Pitchfork has described the video as "gorgeous, highly impressionistic". Ticketing information can be found here.
More details to come. Photograph by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders March 24th, Ticketing and benefit information can be found here. Please check the TED website for further information.
Givenchy's Spring Couture show was inspired by the work of Kazuo Ohno and most recently by the film "Mr. To find out more information and see slides from Givenchy's show please see here. Antony will be on Studio discussing Kazuo Ohno. Please click here for more info.
Antony has collaborated with J. Ralph on the soundtrack to "Wretches and Jabberers" with a song called "Killingly Hard". You can find the soundtrack here. More information of the film can be found here. Infomation regarding the TED conference can be seen here along with a full program here. Check it out here. You can view a sneak peak here. Climate change is warming the poles faster than many other places on the planet, which means that polar scientists are coming to grips with these changes sooner than most anyone else.
According to Fraser, the colonies around Palmer Station have reached a tipping point: Here is an extended interview with Antony on 3Sat , and in response to the rumors that Antony is "retiring", they are not true. Click here to see a feature on Antony in Italian Vogue , there is also a feature with photo's by Mark Seliger in German Vogue's November issue out now. Antony will perform today on NPR's Soundcheck at 2: Click below to go to the takeover homepage.
Antony would like to respond to the article in El Pais yesterday: I also expressed my strong desire to move towards the feminine in our empathetic relationship with each other and our environment. I believe that such a direction might help us to navigate the problems that we are facing now as a species. Christianity and other religions have historically cast nature itself as female.
It is no secret that almost all the world's religions are structured and governed by hierarchies of men. They have sought to subjugate the feminine and redirect our focus towards themselves as the spiritual conduits who can teach us of paradise elsewhere, beyond the realm of this life.
But our intuitive sense of connection to the natural world is precisely what we need to re-engage now if we hope to overcome our alienation and restore balance to our relationship with the ecology of our home, the Earth. It is true that women have also supported patriarchal systems throughout the course of history.
However, I would like to propose that this would be a very good time to lean upon and empower the feminine wisdom of circles of women, grandmothers, sisters I believe that a massive change in the consciousness of all people on this planet will be necessary if we hope to dismantle the dangerous systems that we have constructed for ourselves and which we are inflicting upon our planet. It is the biological nature of women to tread more carefully on the face of this earth and in relation to one another, and we must search for this feminine power in each of our hearts now.
As a transgendered person, I am more aware than most that masculine and feminine properties lie within all of us. This is why I advocate for a movement toward the feminine in all our systems of operation and governance today.
Thank you for allowing me to clarify my position. We are happy to announce that "Swanlights" is out now and Antony and the Johnsons take over of The Guardian Music pages has begun. To celebrate the Swanlights album release, Antony will be "taking over" the Guardian music website for a week starting on Monday. We have prepared interviews with Marina Abromovic and Bjork, essays including one on Native American Two Spirit traditions, video debuts by Charles Atlas, Peter Sempel and Antony and the Johnsons, features on several musicians and an art series.
We are really excited about it! Check in throughout the week for daily updates. Antony will be performing next week on Jools Holland in the UK, check back for air date.
Have a first listen to Antony and the Johnsons newest release "Swanlights" one week before it's released on The Guardian website along with a slide show of personal shots from Antony's daily life in a feature called " My Week In Pictures ". For more infomation please see The Manchester International Festival site. Photo by Antony Crook September 8th, The concert will be performed with the Orchestra of St. Luke's and conducted by Rob Moose.
The program will feature director Chiaki Nagano's work "Mr. O's Book of the Dead" staring Kazuo Ohno. For further infomation please see our upcoming events page. Edited by David Boatman.