Blog Post Category Archive (performance)

  1. Womens: Saint Laurent- F/W 14-15

    For his latest collection, Hedi Slimane chose Californian John Baldessari as the artist to feature in the little black folio that functions as his show invitation. Baldessari, now 82, is one of the grand masters of appropriation, repurposing preexistent or

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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. Documentary: Wild Combination a portrait of Arthur Russell(2008)

    One of the best music documentaries I have seen in a while about the late musical genius Arthur Russell by New York filmmaker Matt Wolf.  A remarkable story worth watching. Watch the trailer below: Purchase here. Thanks Alan!

  6. Preview Photos: WAAP- Niall McClelland (until March 01)

    Here is a preview of Niall McClelland’s solo exhibition at Wil Aballe Art Projects called ‘He To Whom The Early Bird Runs Best Learns Wisdom And Knowledge’. The exhibition will be on until March 1st. Niall McClelland  creates impoverished drawings

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  7. Opening tomorrow at WAAP: Niall McClelland solo exhibition

    New work by Toronto based artist Niall McClelland opens at WAAP tomorrow! Congrats Niall! Check out event’s Facebook page here. (Image: DTES.VFD.HALL#2 – BOOTLEG, 2014, silkscreen mesh, emulsion, acrylic ink, 44” x 55”) He To Whom The Early Bird Runs Best

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  8. Til Feb 15th:Curated by Ken Miller + Elana Rubinfeld- Space (Park City Utah)

    If you are in Park City Utah before February 15th check out the exhibition called Space curated by Ken Miller and  Elana Rubinfeld at Sundance 2014. This ambitious  show was the first ever photo exhibition put on at Sundance, with

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  9. SNL: Justin Bieber parody

    In the height of the DUI/ Drug Justin Bieber controversy, we couldn’t help but put up this SNL parody of the fallen star that was done by comedian Kate McKinnon… They nailed it! Go to 4:05:

  10. Video:High On Fire- Fertile Green

    In true High on Fire style: check out their awesome video ‘Fertile Green’ from their new album directed, shot, animated and edited by Phil Mucci. High on Fire – “Fertile Green” from Phil Mucci on Vimeo.

  11. Apocalypse: A Bill Callahan Film Tour

      If you are around for the Vancouver Film Festival you must go see the documentary on artist Bill Callahan.  Callahan has been compared to great musician such as Bob Dylan and Scott Walker, and this film is a rare

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  12. 1980: Rare Ian Curtis of Joy Division interview by BBC Manchester

    This is a rare interview with Ian Curtis from Joy Division done in 1980’s shortly before his suicide. He talks to BBC Manchester about  New Wave, the music industry, his anticipated US tour that was coming up(that did not happen),

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