Blog Post Archive (March 2014)

  1. Documentary:Finding Vivian Maier

    This documentary is about the reclusive, mysterious and complicated photographer Vivian Maier. An incredible story about one of the most talented American photographers of our time whose body of work was only discovered after her death by chance at an

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  2. Adrian Villar Rojas: Los Teatros de Saturno

      Los Teatros de Saturno is Adrián Villar Rojas’  first solo exhibition at Kurimanzutto in Mexico City. Taking over the entire gallery space as well as some other parts of the building with fruit, pumpkins and many combination of objects,

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  3. On Until April 19th: Equinox Gallery

    Three great shows are exhibiting at various wings at the Equinox Gallery. (Allison Tweedie-Matinée(2013)-paper collage image size: 4 x 3.5 in.-photo courtesy of Equinox Gallery)       Solo Exhibition: Allison Tweedie- Cutting Sunsets Assistant Curator: Sophie Brodovitch (Allison Tweedie:

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  4. Neighbour: 2014 March Editorial

    Another nicely composed editorial by Neighbour taken by the talented Vancouver based photographer Ian Lanterman. Ian’s current work explores using colour and symmetry of the subject matter staged inside a studio environment.  Follow the latest on Ian’s work on Instagram

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  5. Video: Robert Ashley-Perfect Lives

    (still from video Perfect Lives) Sadly, one of the most amazing composers of the 2oth Century Robert Ashley passed away on March 3rd  which is a massive loss but a life lived solid.  One of Ashley’s operatic work called “Perfect

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  6. F/W14: Shipley & Halmos

    Sam Shipley and Jeff Halmos design their collection not based on trends but for the every day- no matter what season it is.  Each collection is inspired more on staples that you should have in your closet rather then what

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  7. Michel Auder

    I recently spent a week with Michel Auder film/video artist pioneer. Living amongst and filming much of Andy Warhols video works in the factory days including, “Chelsea Girls” and his own relic rarity feature film, “Cleopatra” featuring superstar VIVA as Cleopatra.

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  8. Oh no, it’s 3 O’clock again…F…

    3’oclock soundtrack for the day from the film “Deadman” “Guitar Solo 5 full version” Neil Young an espresso on the terrace sun in eyes, coral/red light under eye lids making mental notes bird feed hanging from the railings no birds

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  9. Roll & Hill

    New York based lighting company Roll & Hill beautifully showcases their range by taking photos of their products over American landscapes. A nice balance of incorporating the natural habitat of the great outdoors into their designs. Woody Endless designed by

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  10. Saint Laurent: F/W14

    Hedi Slimane walks into a bar…hears the band Froth play and books them to create the soundtrack for the current Saint Laurent show that just passed. God only knows how Slimane found them, but the notion of the designer walking into

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  11. Video: Last Days Here- Pentagram documentary(2011)

    Watch this documentary on Pentagram frontman Bobby Liebling.  It’s touching, powerful, riveting… “Last Days Here” follows Bobby Liebling, lead singer of Pentagram, an Alexandria, Virginia-based heavy metal group founded in 1971 and active sporadically throughout the following four decades. At

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  12. ARCO MADRID

    Our collaborator Claudia Llanza, went to ARCO, the art fair in Madrid and shared some pics of some of her favorite pieces there…   Pedro Cabrita Reis at the booth of Mai36 Galerie Pier Paolo Calzolari at Galleria Cardi  

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