April 20, 2005 - Index magazine - APRIL/MAY ISSUE
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April 20, 2005

APRIL/MAY ISSUE

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index doesn’t just respond to popular culture, it shapes it. It’s no wonder The New York Times called index a “barometer of counterculture chic.”

IN THE APRIL/MAY ISSUE OF INDEX

CRISPIN GLOVER’s directorial debut, What Is It? scandalized critics at this year’s Sundance. Glover draws on the surrealist traditions of Bunuel and Herzog to chronicle the story of two Down’s syndrome lovers. In this index exclusive, the actor-turned-auteur defends his chef-d’oeuvre.
RICHARD PRINCE transformed photography when he began rephotographing Marlboro ads in the late ’70s. Over the past twenty-five years, his biker chicks, muscle cars, and pulp-fiction nurses have defined the mindscape of the other America.
FEIST has been a punk rocker, a G girl, and a Broken Social Scene member. Now the Canadian singer gets serious with a solo album featuring her unique searing voice.

ALSO -
REAL LIFE: SHADES OF L.A.

– Joe Frank, L.A. radio’s Dark Lord, weaves tales of masculine angst and hopelessness inspired by his noirish vision of the City of Angels.

– Rachel Kushner waxes nostalgic on L.A. noir from Orson Welles to David Lynch.

– Alix Lambert goes undercover with L.A.P.D. cop, “Roofman.”

– Susanna Howe channels Joan Didion’s L.A. years to photograph this spring’s most literary looks.

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