Set Pieces @ Cardi Black Box in Milan, Italy

Posted February 12th by in Art

Yanyan_Huang_set_pieces_cardi_black_box_raymond_raybond_pettibond
Set by Liz Glynn

Deviating from the standard white box of exhibiting shows, curators Lauren Mackler and Andrew Berardini invited four Los Angeles-based artists to create sets for showcasing other artists’ works. At once puzzling and defusing, some sets interweave consciousness with their assigned works while others sweep pieces into a bizarre narrative. Barely lit up by gel-filtered stage lights, the show reads part Universal Studios, part journey into a TV-fueled collective subconscious. Sets by Sarah Cain, Liz Glynn, Samara Golden, and Mateo Tannatt and works by the likes of Raymond Pettibon. Set Pieces, curated by Andrew Berardini and Lauren Mackler will be on view until April 2015, at Cardi Black Box Corso di Porta Nuova, 38 Milano. Text and photographs by Yanyan Huang (see more photographs after the jump). [CLICK HERE...]

Share


Adarsha On The Steps With Shadow

Posted February 12th by in Culture

adarsha_benjamin_oliver_kupper_san_francisco_pas_un_autre

Adarsha Benjamin and Oliver’s shadow on steps in San Francisco. photograph by Oliver Maxwell Kupper

Share


Brad Elterman and Sandy Kim in @ Le Baron NYC

Posted February 12th by in Culture

Le Baron Anniversary Party

Photographers Brad Elterman and Sandy Kim at the 1st anniversary of Le Baron in New York. photograph by Brad Elterman

Share


Cyprien Gaillard The Crystal World @ MOMA PS1

Posted February 12th by in Art

Cyprien_Gaillard_Crystal_World_MOMA_PS1

Cyprien Gaillard’s (b. 1980, Paris) work navigates geographical sites and psychological states, addressing the relationship between architecture and nature, and evolution and erosion. Using a variety of artistic mediums ranging from painting and sculpture to photography, film, and video, Gaillard juxtaposes pictorial beauty and the atmospherically lush with elements of sudden violence, destruction, and idiosyncrasy culled from popular culture, pointing to the precarious nature of public space, social ritual, and the very viability of the notion of civilization. Cyprien Gaillard The Crystal World is on view until March 18, 2013 at MOMA PS1, 4601 21st St  Long Island City, NY

Share


Fulton Ryder Display at the LA Art Book Fair

Posted February 12th by in Art

Fulton_Ryder_at_the-LA_Art_Book_Fair

Fulton Ryder display at the LA Art Book Fair with Dan Colen’s book A Real Bronx Cheer. photograph by Fulton Ryder 

Share


[EDITORIAL] Enchantments like Spices Embalming the Air

Posted February 12th by in Fashion

we_are_handsome_adarsha_benjamin_13

Enchantments Like Spices Embalming the Air is an editorial photographed by Adarsha Benjamin featuring We Are Handsome’s 2013 Enchanted Collection. Starring Breanna Box and Nana Agyapong. Make up by Bethany McCarty.  See more photographs after the jump.  [CLICK HERE...]

Share


Eliz

Posted February 11th by in Sex

Eliz-death_of_youth

photograph by The Death of Youth

Share


Olivier Zahm @ The Purple Offices in NY

Posted February 11th by in Culture

Brad_Elterman_Olivier_Zahm-0022815-1

photograph by Brad Elterman

Share


[NY FASHION WEEK] Creatures of the Wind Fall 2013

Posted February 11th by in Fashion

Mekko_Harjo_creatures_of_the_wind_eyebeam_nyfw_4

Creatures of the Wind Fall 2013 at NYFW @ Eyebeam. photographs by Mekko Harjo. See more photographs after the jump. [CLICK HERE...]

Share


Fashion Film for Viva Vena!

Posted February 7th by in Fashion, Film

Fashion Film, starring Lizzy Caplan and directed by Matthew Frost, for the line Viva Vena! takes a satirical look at the traditional fashion film in all it’s typical ubiquitous corniness and pastiches of the hipster chick lifestyle in an abashed attempt to market to a very obvious demographic.

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