[EDITORIAL] The Garden at Home by Hedi Slimane

Posted February 19th by in Music

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The Garden are a relatively obscure band based in Southern California who follow in that same tradition of soundtrack to the laid back skater punk lifestyle of oli flippin’ and cigarette smokin’ in mama’s basement. Here they are, photographed in their home by photographer and YSL creative director Hedi Slimane. Back in January 2013, The Garden, consisting of twins Wyatt & Fletcher Shears, were invited to walk the runway of the YSL’s menswear debut at the Grand Palais. You can pick up The Garden’s impressive latest album Everything Is Perfect on their bandcamp page. See more photographs after the jump.  [CLICK HERE...]

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Solo exhibition by Jake & Dinos Chapman “Chicken”

Posted February 18th by in Art

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The PinchukArtCentre (Kyiv, Ukraine) presents the first solo exhibition of Jake & Dinos Chapman in Ukraine titled Chicken. At the center of the exhibition stands the major new installation entitled, The Sum of all Evil (2013) that forms a synthesized reflection upon the central themes such as the Holocaust, violence, and death. Alongside this, the exhibition will include a number of iconic works by the Chapman brothers whose sharp subversive humour and unbridled aggression provokes controversy and questions moral contemporary taboos. Chicken will be on view until April 21, 2013 at The PinchukArtCentre, Baseina St, 2, Kiev, Київська, Ukraine

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NYC 1993: Experimental Jet Set, Trash and No Star

Posted February 18th by in Art

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Centering on 1993, the exhibition is conceived as a time capsule, an experiment in collective memory that attempts to capture a specific moment at the intersection of art, pop culture, and politics. The social and economic landscape of the early ’90s was a cultural turning point both nationally and globally. Conflict in Europe, attempts at peace in the Middle East, the AIDS crisis, national debates on health care, gun control, and gay rights, and caustic partisan politics were both the background and source material for a number of younger artists who first came to prominence in 1993. This exhibition brings together a range of iconic and lesser-known artworks that serve as both artifacts from a pivotal moment in the New York art world and as key markers in the cultural history of the city. On view now until May 26, 2013 at The New Museum, 235 Bowery New York, NY. See more photographs after the jump.  [CLICK HERE...]

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Quadri da una Collezione @ Sensus

Posted February 18th by in Art

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A selection of work curated by Claudio Cosma and Pier Luigi Iazzi. Artists include Tracy Emin, Fabrizio Corneli, Alighiero Boetti, James Lee Byars, Han Bing, and others. Available by appointment or on Saturday evenings from 6-8. On view until Feb 28 2013 at Sensus, Viale Gramsci, 42. Florence, Italy. Text and photography by Yanyan Huang (see more photographs after the jump) [CLICK HERE...]

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[EDITORIAL] Eliz

Posted February 18th by in Sex

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photography by Death of Youth. See more photographs after the jump. [CLICK HERE...]

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Jean-Michel Basquiat @ Gagosian Gallery

Posted February 15th by in Art

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Featuring over fifty works from public and private collections, the exhibition spans Basquiat’s brief but meteoric career, which ended with his death at the age of twenty-seven. Thirty years after Larry Gagosian first presented his work in Los Angeles, twenty years after the first posthumous survey at the Whitney Museum of American Art (1992–93), and eight years after the Brooklyn Museum of Art retrospective (2005), viewers will have a fresh opportunity to consider Basquiat’s central role in his artistic generation as a lightning rod and a bridge between cultures. On view until April 6, 2013 at Gagosian Gallery, 555 West 24th Street New York, NY

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Marjo

Posted February 15th by in Sex

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Editorial by Chill. See more photographs after the jump. [CLICK HERE...]

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A Valentine’s Day Treat From Selebrities

Posted February 13th by in Music

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Joined by their friends Erika Spring and Lissy Trullie on guest vocals Selebrities cover Fleetwood Mac’s classic jam Everywhere in a style that is dreamy, romantic, and true to the original. Selebrities’ second album is due out June 25 on Cascine.

Everywhere (feat. Erika Spring & Lissy Trullie)

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KAMA: Sex and Design at the Triennale Design Museum

Posted February 13th by in Art

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A titillating journey of sexuality in art and architecture from antiquity through contemporary times. Butt plugs, silicone toys, and plaster-cast vaginas galore. Sex and Design  will be on view until March 10, 2013 @ the Triennale Design Museum, Viale Alemagna, 6, Milan, Italy. Text & photography by Yanyan Huang (see more after the jump) [CLICK HERE…}

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[PHOTOS] James Franco Gay Town @ Peres Projects

Posted February 13th by in Art

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James Franco’s solo exhibition entitled Gay Town is currently on view until March 13, at Peres Projects, Karl-Marx-Allee 87, Berlin. See more photographs after the jump
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