Liz Caruana At Her Book Launch @ Carte Blanche Gallery

Posted January 26th by in Culture, Photography

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


Preschool Tintoretto: An Interview With Adam Green

Posted January 25th by in Art, Interview, Music

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...]


Bath Time

Posted January 24th by in Sex

photograph by Ren Hang


Jenny Lens and Sissy Spacek at LA Photo

Posted January 24th by in Culture

photograph by Brad Elterman


Dieter Roth, Björn Roth @ Hauser & Wirth

Posted January 24th by in Art

Sculptor, painter, printmaker, collagist, poet, diarist, graphic designer, publisher, filmmaker and musician, German-born Swiss artist Dieter Roth (1930 – 1998) has been described as ‘a performance artist in all the mediums he touched’. Everything Roth made involved acting out a central concept of art and life as utterly indivisible – a single enterprise in which material stuff is subservient to the emotional and sensual experience for which it stands. Hauser & Wirth will open ‘Dieter Roth. Björn Roth’, a landmark exhibition of masterworks that highlights this remarkable twenty-year collaboration and, through it, the diversity of the practice that has established Dieter Roth as one of the most inventive and influential artists of the second half of the 20th century. ‘Dieter Roth. Björn Roth’ culminates Hauser & Wirth’s 20th anniversary and inaugurates the opening of the gallery’s new, second exhibition space in New York City, at 511 West 18th Street, between Tenth and Eleventh Avenues. Moreover, the exhibition sets the stage for major exhibitions to be presented at 18th Street in 2013 by three artists – Paul McCarthy, Roni Horn and Matthew Day Jackson – who claim Roth as their touchstone. See more photographs by Annabel Graham after the jump.  [CLICK HERE...]


Megan McIsaac with a Painting by David Alvarado

Posted January 23rd by in Photography

photograph by Megan McIsaac


Lola Montes Schnabel Within Reach @ Tripoli Gallery

Posted January 23rd by in Art

Tripoli Gallery presents an exhibition by Lola Montes Schnabel entitled Within Reach at their a pop-up gallery space at 980 Madison Avenue, on the 3rd Floor. In Within Reach, Lola explores the most primal and paradoxical human instincts, the desire to be boundless. The series of oil paintings and watercolors evoke oceanic realms whose landscapes and figures remain ceaselessly ephemeral yet always connected, bound by a kindred condition. Within Reach will be on view until February 11. 


Key Lime Pie and Champagne in the Bath in Miami

Posted January 22nd by in Sex

Key lime pie and champagne in the bath at the Mayfair Hotel in Coconut Grove, Miami. photograph by Oliver Maxwell Kupper


[INTERVIEW] ANAHITA RAZMI Automatic Assembly Actions

Posted January 18th by in Art

Anahita Razmi is one of those artists that are tough to define, but all the same make shock waves that force us to take a deeper look inside ourselves. Ramzi, a video and performance artist based in Stuttgart, makes work that deals with issues concerning identity and gender by employing objects with a national and cultural significance; sometimes borrowing and citing the work of other high-profile artists. Working within the tradition of appropriation and re-enactment, Razmi detaches cultural symbols from their established meanings by employing them in unexpected situations and contexts. Her works, like the tongue-in-cheek Burquini which was designed for the swimming activities of Muslim women and the more serious Roof Piece Tehran, where she had 12 dancers dancing on the rooftops of different building in Tehran in a county where dance is illegal and artistic performance is forbidden. Ramzi, whose father is Iranian – her mother German – has a special connection with Iran and it’s panoply of struggles. On view now at Carbon 12 Gallery in Dubai, Ramzi’s solo exhibition Automatic Assembly Action, which opened with a performance RE / CUT PIECE, a modfied appropriation of Yoko Ono’s 1964 performance Cut Piece, will be open until March 14. Pas Un Autre got a chance to ask Razmi a few question about her artistic practice, her current show at Carbon 12 and what she has planned for the future. See interview after the jump.  [CLICK HERE...]


Jau Label in Dalston

Posted January 17th by in Fashion

London based Jau Label guerilla-shot the newest editorial for the current Spring/Summer 2013 collection in and around Dalston, East London – an area that inspired the collection. photograph by Greg Holland





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