Blog Post Archive (July 2011)

  1. Pre Fall: Adam Kimmel


  2. Isabel Marant-F/W 11


  3. Sehnsucht

    via Noele

  4. Aurel and Donald

    Aurel Schmidt & Donald Cumming photographed by Tim Barber for Twin Magazine.

  5. Open Sesame

  6. 01 Magazine Group Exhibition Vancouver – Opening Reception

    Thanks to everyone who attended our opening reception! Good times! If you missed the opening or wanted a second look, the gallery will be open from Wednesday- Saturday 1-5pm until August 6th. Much thanks to The Storyboard Label, RVCA, Flying

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  7. Nothing Lasts Forever

    NOTHING LASTS FOREVER July 16, 2011 7 – 10 PM Amo Studios 55 Waterbury St. Brooklyn, NY A mixed media exhibition that uses the notion of a hope chest to turn the gallery space into an open love letter. With

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  8. Private Views

    “In the early 1980s, photographer Barbara Crane embarked on a photographic project shot during Chicago’s various summer festivals. Armed with a Super Speed Graphic camera and Polaroid film, Crane waded in close to the revelers and focused on capturing the

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  9. Pia Howell

    “Pia Howell uses a camera-less process to create photographs by manipulating raw, color-filtered light in a darkroom with stencils and transparencies. The resulting images have an austere simplicity recalling the iconography of logos and symbols. These photographic works stem from

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  10. Art Is Now

    Meeting Cy Twombly Changed My Life By Greg Allen In the Spring of 1991, I was about nine months out of school, and six months into a new job. After striking up a conversation with a documentary film crew from

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  11. Katherine

    Friend of 01 Magazine, Todd Jordan, recently took a beautiful series of photos of his girlfriend Katherine in Espos Creek for Milan based Pig Magazine. See more of Todd’s work tonight in Vancouver at the 01 Magazine Group Exhibition. Todd

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  12. New Portraits

    “New Portraits” Austin Power and Augustus Thompson Thursday July 7th 7-10 pm Ed. Varie The work of painter Austin Power (SF) is savagely emotional in the most subtle of ways. The work of Augustus Thompson (SF) portrays humans as only

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