Visible Merge is an exhibition of works by Frank Egloff and John Stezaker on view until March 13 at Barbara Krakow Gallery, 10 Newbury Street Boston, Massachusetts
Cameron Platter Fucking Hell @ Art LA Contemporary at the Hussenot, Paris gallery last week.
Jeff Koons’ sculptures Coloring Book & Gorilla will be on view at the Gagosian Gallery in Beverly Hills until February 7. photograph by Gagosian
Pretty Big Mouth is the newest film by photographer and filmmaker Jonathan Leder.
Pas Un Autre contributor Annabel Graham & filmmaker Augustin Doublet at Morandi in NYC. photograph by Fredde Duke
Artist Cole Sternberg with his piece at The LA Art Show on view over the week at the Los Angeles Convention Center. photograph by Art of Elysium
A great piece by Anahita Ramzi on view now at her solo show Automatic Assembly Actions @ Carbon 12 gallery in Dubai.
Considered one of the most important photographers of his generation, Juergen Teller is one of a few artists who has been able to operate successfully both in the art world and the world of commercial photography. This exhibition will provide a seamless journey through his landmark fashion and commercial photography from the 90s, presenting classic images of celebrities such as Lily Cole, Kurt Cobain and Vivienne Westwood, as well as more recent landscapes and family portraits. Woo! will be on view until March 17, 2013 at ICA, The Mall, London
Photographer Liz Caruana at her book launch and show The Bay: Creators of Style last night at Carte Blanche Gallery in San Francisco. You can purchase her new book featuring unique photographs of the Bay Area’s best and brightest designers here. photograph by Oliver Maxwell Kupper
Adam Green is standing under the fluorescent pink glow of the Veniero’s Pasticceria sign on East 11th Street. Lanky, shaggy-haired and clad in olive green corduroy pants, a red paisley 70’s Western shirt and a somewhat ironically ostentatious two-toned fur coat to fend off the icy December air, he could almost pass as another twenty-something traipsing about the East Village—yet I immediately recognize him as the anti-folk wunderkind. Most know Green as one half of the Moldy Peaches, the quirky indie duo that achieved sleeper mainstream success via the Grammy-winning soundtrack of Diablo Cody’s Juno (2007). Green met Kimya Dawson, the other half of the Moldy Peaches, in the 90s in Mount Kisco, NY, where they both grew up. “She worked at the record store, and I worked at the pizzeria, so I would [CLICK HERE...]