New Leica

Posted August 24th by in Photography

Artist MATTHEW HENRI with his new LEICA R6 – LAS VEGAS, NEVADA. Photography by OLIVER MAXWELL KUPPER. 

Share


[EXHIBITION] Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera

Posted August 24th by in Art, Culture

The two most famous artists to have come from Mexico, the lives of Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera have attained a mythological status. A major touring exhibition, which comes first to Chichester from Istanbul and Dublin, brings together works by Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera for the first time ever in the UK. On view now until October 9 at the Pallant House Gallery in Chichester, U.K. 

Share


Naive Melodies: An Interview with RAZIKA

Posted August 24th by in Music

Even though they might not look it they are total badasses.  Razika, an adorable band of outsiders from Bergen, Norway, are an anomalous youth quake unto themselves. Whilst their first album, Program 91, is full of beautiful and rebellious naive melodies, its all too soon to tell how long the high will last – and they haven’t even toured the U.S. yet – which they plan on doing this Fall.  Nevertheless, for a group of girls born in the early nineties – when grunge was still in in its impetus and a war in Kuwait blared a distant, televised firework show in night-vision – Razika’s first album is an impressive landscape of angst, love, and longing painted by a group of girls wise beyond their years.  Having been playing music together since they were six years old, Razika had already years of musical chemistry between them when they started their band in 2005 – and they admit that it wasn’t until two years ago that “things started getting serious.” Now in their early twenties, the four girls of Razika are experiencing a tidal wave of critical success for their first album, which was recorded over the course of a year on the weekends, and was released only a few days ago, an album that could very well be part of the soundtrack to a tumultuous year that will no doubt be remembered when the youth of the world prevailed – in art, in rebellion, and even in war. [MORE...]

Share


Photographs by Luna Tristá

Posted August 23rd by in Photography, Sex

More photographs by the amazing Cuban born, Milan based photographer Luna Tristá

Share


Fools Gold In Las Vegas

Posted August 23rd by in Music

FOOLS GOLD last night at the FOUNDATION ROOM at the MANDALAY BAY, LAS VEGAS. Photography by OLIVER MAXWELL KUPPER

Share


Teenage Lust and Other Artist Ephemera

Posted August 23rd by in Photography

Today is the last day of Artnet’s auction entiled “Artist Ephemera,” which includes an extensive group of over 150 rare and unusual art collectibles, many of them one-of-a-kind, from the personal collections of well-known artists and collectors, covering a wide range of periods, styles, and art movements.

Share


Pornography and Motherhood

Posted August 23rd by in Art

Madison Young isn’t your average pornstar – she’s an artist, a feminist, and a sexual educator. Young, born Tina Butcher, caused uproar when she exhibited a show, entitled Becoming Milf, at her gallery Femina Potens Art Gallery, that explored her own new found motherhood, as well as the societal myths and stereotypes of motherhood.  The above photograph caused such a controversy that some accused Young of pedophilia. “I’m brand new to motherhood.  My little girl is only eight weeks old right now.  I’m sure that sharing my life with my daughter will inspire, influence and affect my work in different ways as she gets older.  Right now, as the mother of a newborn, one of my greatest challenges is time.  I’ve always tried to balance more than is humanly possible in a day but now I have a tiny little being who needs and demands my attention 24/7.  I’ve had to really prioritize what areas of my life I need to be giving my energy to right now.  I’ll be working mostly local for at least Emma’s first year, and if I decide to take out of state or country gigs next year then it will be a family affair.  I take Emma along with me whenever I can, such as to university speaking engagements and to the art gallery, and Daddy watches Emma during the more adult-oriented work experiences.”

Share


Serum Versus Venom: Zero Surplus Garb

Posted August 23rd by in Fashion


Left: White snow camo jacket with a multi-function convertible pocket. Right: Organic white cotton shirt and vintage military mechanic pant.

Serum Versus Venom continues its pursuit of Futurecraft© by aggressively colliding vintage military fabrics and workers’ garb with modern, functional designs. The utilized vintage fabrics span 90 years of global military history. “We are not looking to re-use the old fabrics for the sake of nostalgia. Rather, we are simply looking for the best fabrics on earth. These vintage fabrics were built to last and the quality is unrivaled.” – David Gensler

Share


Room Editions

Posted August 22nd by in Photography

Los Angeles based photographer Patrick Hoelck’s solo exhibition entitled “Room Editions” will open in Los Angeles this Thursday. “Room Editions” will showcase limited edition prints that have been hand picked from Hoelck’s self-published book “Polaroid Hotel”. The exhibition is curated by Daniel Salin and hosted by Stephen Webster. The opening will take place on August 25th between 7pm and 10pm at 202 N Rodeo Dr. Beverly Hills, CA 90210. The show will run through September 18th at Stephen Webster’s private gallery in Beverly Hills.

Share


Reflections within a Jeff Koons Sculpture

Posted August 22nd by in Art, Photography

Venice, Italy. Photography by Adarsha Benjamin

Share





SIGN UP FOR AUTRE

SIGN UP FOR THE NEWSLETTER TO FIND A COPY OF AUTRE ISSUE 2!....


SHOP!

Click HERE to visit the Pas Un Autre store.




© 2013 AUTRE/ART NOW MEDIA LLC