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  1. Marcel Broodthaers

    Pense-Bête, 1964   Marcel Broodthaers was a struggling poet until, on the cusp of turning 40 in 1963, he decided to become an artist.   “I, too, wondered whether I could not sell something and succeed in life. For some time

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  2. Instagram Spotlight Of The Week: @scottreedy

    Instagram Spotlight Of  The Week: Scott Reedy knows how to capture a passing moment of beauty with his iPhone. Also his iPhone videos are as intriguing as his photos … observe them on his feeds @scottreedy:     Follow us on

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  3. Delfina Delettrez

    We love Delfina Delettrez surrealist jewelry.                  

  4. 1971: Neil Young Performs live on The Johnny Cash Show

    On a rainy Saturday such as this a bit of Neil Young always brings up the spirit…. Neil Young performing “The Needle and the Damage Done” and “Journey Through The Past” on the Johnny Cash show in 1971. Check it

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  5. DAVIDE SORRENTI

    Davide Sorrenti and James King in a still from David Bailey’s 1998 documentary Models Up Close   Davide Sorrenti’s life and career in fashion photography were short but meaninful. Coming from an Italian family of artists and fashion photographers (his

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  6. JOHN BALDESSARI

    John Baldessari, Los Angeles 2004 I  by Albrecht Fuchs Happy Birthday John Baldessari! Read an interesting interview with the artist here and watch a Brief History of John Badessari, narrated by Tom Waits here. Below: some selected work from the now 83 year

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  7. S/S15 Mens: Carven

  8. Gianni Versace

      17 years ago today, designer Gianni Versace was shot dead in front of his mansion in Miami. Here are some images of the beloved designer. Above: Gianni Versace shot by Andy Warhol. Below: Campaigns for his various Versace lines in

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  9. Ashley Gilbertson Photos: Bedrooms of The Fallen

    Over 5000 men and women  have died serving  the United States in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. The Project ‘Bedrooms Of The Fallen’ photographed by  photo journalist Ashley Gilbertson is about who they were-sons, daughters, sisters, brothers- and the bedroom

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  10. Instagram Spotlight of the Week: Sam Bebbington

    We find Sam Bebbington’s Instagram feeds intriguing because his photos have a way of drawing attention to little details we miss out on in everyday life. Follow him on Instagram @sambebbington  

  11. RIP ON KAWARA

      Conceptual artist On Kawara died at age 81. The New York based Japanese artist is widely known for his “Today” series which he started on January 4th, 1966. Above is Feb 27 1990, (on the back wall above the couch) in

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  12. Whitney Museum Of American Art: JEFF KOONS-A RETROSPECTIVE until OCT 19

    Jeff Koons, Tulips, 1995–98. Oil on canvas; 111 3⁄8 × 131 in. (282.9 × 332.7cm). Private collection. © Jeff Koons Jeff Koons is widely regarded as one of the most important, influential, popular, and controversial artists of the postwar era. Throughout

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