photograph by Hedi Slimane
Luc Tuymans: A Print Survey is open now at Brooke Alexander Gallery. This exhibition presents a rare opportunity to see the full range of Tuyman’s work in print media, including The Rumuor, his most ambitious graphic project to date. Brooke Alexander Gallery, 59 Wooster Street, New York
Frank Gehry, pictured left, at Gagosian Gallery’s opening of the presentation of his new Fish Lamps. The exhibition will be presented concurrently in Los Angeles and in Paris. Since the creation of the first lamp in 1984, the fish has become a recurrent motif in Gehry’s work, as much for its “good design” as its iconographical and natural attributes. In 2012 Gehry decided to revisit his earlier ideas, and began working on an entirely new group of Fish Lamps. The resulting works, which will be divided between Gagosians Los Angeles and Paris, range in scale from life-size to out-size, and the use of ColorCore is bolder, incorporating larger and more jagged elements. Frank Gehry Fish Lamps will be on view until February 14, 2013 at Gagosian Gallery in Paris and Beverly Hills.
“Reviving print through his own unique lens, Oliver Maxwell Kupper sits at the crossroads of the changing face of publishing…” Read the whole article and interview by Max Gibson for Wine & Bowties here.
A kaleidoscopic day of jamming, hanging on the beach, and horseback riding. This is the second music directed by Adarsha Benjamin for the band Woods for the track Size Meets The Sound. See music video after the jump. [CLICK HERE...]
Roberts & Tilton presents an exhibition of recent photographs by artist and skateboarder Ed Templeton in his fifth exhibition with the gallery. Templeton has long mined the middle ground between the public and the private, delving unreservedly into the human situation, creating photographs that are at once heartbreaking and outrageous, comical and sinister, his images, a visual litmus test of American youth culture in all its twisted luminescence. Ed Templeton Memory Foam will be on view until February 16 at Roberts and Tilton, 5801 Washington Blvd, Los Angeles, CA
The Hole presents a new solo exhibition by Kansas City-based artist Jaimie Warren. In photographs that explore different female stereotypes from both art history and celebrity culture, distorted through the internet’s bizarre juxtapositions, disposable imagery and memes, this new body of work features the artist and her friends in roles as diverse as Zsa Zsa Gabor, Easy E, The Virgin Mary, Lana Del Rey or Picasso’s Demoiselles D’Avignon. Jaimie Warren The Whoas of Female Tragedy II will be on view until February 2013, at The Hole, 312 Bowery St, New York, New York
Dig Up Your Lungs is a new editorial by Los Angeles based photographer Carlos Nunez. See more photographs after the jump. [CLICK HERE...]