Barbara Anastacio directs the latest instalment of Chapters of Food, a series by NOWNESS. In this episode, Barbara's energetic dreamscape captures the passion felt for the Mexican celebration dish mole sauce through the eyes of Mexican chef Enrique Olvera.
Artist and poet Cleo Wade invites Barbara Anastacio into her East Village home for the latest instalment of My Place for NOWNESS.
Casting director and organised hoarder Pat Moran walks us through her maximalist Baltimore townhouse in the latest instalment of Barbara Anastacio's ongoing series with NOWNESS.
Singer-songwriter Devendra Banhart invites Barbara Anastacio into his Echo Park home for the latest instalment of My Place for NOWNESS.
In the latest episode of My Apartamento, Milkshake queen Kelis invites Barbara Anastacio into her maximalist Los Angeles pad.
For the latest episode of The Way We Dress, Barbara Anastacio captures a study of four women—a flight attendant, a park ranger, a policewoman, and a nun—and how each of their daily uniforms shapes their sense of identity.
California native Peter Shire invites director Barbara Anastacio into the house his father built to talk growing up and the benefits of never moving out.
Barbara Anastacio is known for the probing nature of her offbeat profile approach. For her latest film, a zero-gravity portrait of Italian astronaut Maurizio Cheli, Barbara takes the idea of what we consider home and turns it on its head.
When London-based interior designer Melissa North first visited the apartment she now calls home, it was a run-down shared house filled with artists, including then-unknown painter and pop art master David Hockney.
Years later the artist would sell the apartment to North and her husband, architect Tchaik Chassay, who had years before—following Hockney's stratospheric rise to fame in the mid ’60s—been commissioned to redesigned it.
For the latest installment of My Apartamento, the dynamic duo give director Barbara Anastacio a private tour of the space and talk books, a love of color and the trials and tribulations of raising a family in a kitchen built for a gay bachelor.