Joseph Beuys Iphigenie @ Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac

Posted October 30th by in Art

One of Joseph Beuys’ most powerful action events was Titus Andronicus/Iphigenie, performed on 30 May 1969 in the Theater am Turm in Frankfurt, for Experimenta 3. Wearing a fur coat, Beuys appeared on a darkened stage with a shining white horse. He used the myth and the drama of Iphigenia to draw attention to the freedom and the creativity of the individual. Here, William Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus (1589-92), with its excessive violence and cruelty, reminiscent (in the context of this performance) of Nazi crimes, is linked with Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s Iphigenie auf Tauris (1779), in which Iphigenia – the personification of humanity – redeems her brother Orestes through her love and her forgiveness. Joseph Beuys Iphigenie is on view now until January 27, 2013 at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, 69 avenue du Général Leclerc 93500 Pantin

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Stanley Kubrick @ the LACMA

Posted October 30th by in Art, Film

A landmark exhibition featuring the work and legacy of director Stanley Kubrick will be on view at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art from November 1, 2012 to June 30, 2013.

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Street Art in Berlin

Posted October 29th by in Art, Autre

photograph by Adarsha Benjamin

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Nippon-ismes @ Galerie Da-End in Paris

Posted October 29th by in Art, Photography

From 
the 
10th of 
November
 to 
the 
28th 

of
 December 
2012,
to 
mark
 the 
month
 of
 photography,
 the 
Da‐End
 Gallery 
is
 showing ‘NIPPON‐ISMES’ an
 exhibition 
which 
brings 
together
 seven 
photographers
 from 
different
 generations
 whose 
works, 
from 
either 
a 
journalistic
 or
 visual 
approach
 to 
the
 medium,
 all 
question 
contemporary 
Japanese
 identity
 and 
culture.

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Artist Rob Pruitt Capsule Collection for Jimmy Choo

Posted October 26th by in Art, Fashion

Artist Rob Pruitt teams up with Jimmy Choo for a stylistically tongue-in-cheek capsule collection.

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Grey Area for Helmut Lang

Posted October 26th by in Art, Fashion

Fashion label Helmut Lang has teamed up with online shop and gallery Grey Area in collaboration with artist Shelter Serra (nephew of sculptor Richard Serra) for a series of installations called Engine Blocks which will be on view at Helmut Lang boutiques November 1 to January 17. Stores will also offer several gift items curated by Grey Area, which specializes in artist-designed objects including James DeWoody’s note cards, Michelle Lopez’s Band-Aid rings and Serra’s Fake Roley bracelets.

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Dan Colen’s New Book A Real Bronx Cheer

Posted October 25th by in Art

Starting for sale on November 5, 2012 Dan Colen’s new artist book, entitled A Real Bronx Cheer, will be available in an edition of 1000 copies on Fulton Ryder Publications.

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[PHOTOS] Gregory Siff Opening Night at Gallery Brown

Posted October 25th by in Art, Culture

From left to right – artist Gregory Siff, James Georgopoulos, and Adarsha Benjamin at the opening of Gregory Siff’s exhibition of new works entitled Matter of Time, which will be on view until November 10 at Gallery Brown in Los Angeles. See more photography by Nobody after the jump. [CLICK HERE...]

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Objet D’Art: Andrea Mary Marshall’s Marlboro Mary Boxes

Posted October 24th by in Art

Andrea Mary Marshall’s incredible Marlboro Mary series (acrylic, blood, and self portrait) available to purchase on Grey Area.

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Channeling Jackson Pollock in West Virginia

Posted October 24th by in Art

Christopher Lusher channeling Jackson Pollock in West Virginia. photograph by Christopher Lusher

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