Blog Post Archive (July 2011)

  1. Atop a Saguaro Cactus

      “The bobcat was trying to get away from a mountain lion that was stalking it”, explains the photographer Curt Fonger. He darted up a 40-foot saguaro, and there he stayed for the remainder of the day. Curt says the

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  2. Ai Weiwei in NYC

        Ai Weiwei talks about the time he spent as a young man living in New York and the 10,000 photographs he took documenting his life and the city. (2010)   For Tate Shots

  3. Half Gallery:Ray’s A Laugh-Curated By Leo Fitzpatrick

    RAY’S A LAUGH   Curated by Leo Fitzpatrick. Artists respond to the work of Ray Johnson in a group show. Exhibition Includes:   Joe Bradley Dan Colen Leo Fitzpatrick Ray Johnson Hanna Liden Nate Lowman Adam McEwen Josh Smith Dash

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  4. A Handy Tip for The Easily Distracted

      An offcut vignette from Miranda July’s “The Future” (Click though)

  5. Thursday: 01 Magazine X The Flying Pigeon-Launch Party

    In collaboration with 01 Magazine and The Flying Pigeon, we will be launching the opening of the Flying Pigeon showroom in the 01 Magazine Pop Up space to highlight the brand. Come by the store for our opening, 7pm on

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  6. Alexander Wang: Pre Fall


  7. Engineered Garments: F/W 11


  8. The Week of No Computer

      The Week of No Computer by Michael Schmelling.                           A great Michael Schmelling interview can be read here.

  9. Amy

  10. Thirty-One Days

      Thirty-One Days is an interactive online artist book by Daniel Gordon that can be downloaded, printed, and assembled by anyone. You can scroll through the book, view active search results by moving your mouse over the images, and print

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  11. Ice Cave

      Recently added to the show: “Ice Cave” – Peter Sutherland in collaboration with Gottlund Verlag.   54″ x 69″, 2009. Edition of 5. Made in a textile mill in South Carolina.   We are open from 1-5pm today and

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  12. Wolfgang Tillmans

    Internationally renowned artist Wolfgang Tillmans, the first photographer to win the Turner Prize, talks about his work. University of Brighton 13/10/2010 By Photoworks