Hionas Gallery TriBeCa presents the very first east coast exhibition from Los Angeles-based artist duo The Ultravelvet Collection, comprised of eight new photomontage works from their series Sex Invaders. Combining iconography from classic video games, erotic imagery, film photography and graphic design, Sex Invaders is a visual journey for a generation who grew up playing games on Atari and original Nintendo systems, yet whose base desires may have matured somewhat in the ensuing years. Sex Invaders will be on view until December 29 at Hionas Gallery, 89 Franklin Street, New York
Artist Holton Rower at the Fresh Basel exhibition as part of a live performance of one his pour paintings, curated by Kathy Grayson of The Hole gallery in New York, held at the the historic 1920′s waterfront Villa Vecchia estate during Basel Week Miami, sponsored by Playboy. photograph by Kristy Leibowitz
photograph by Brad Elterman
White Cube São Paulo presents its inaugural exhibition, You Don’t Believe in Love But I Believe in You by celebrated British artist Tracey Emin. A versatile modern-day expressionist, Emin’s intensely personal work blurs the boundaries between art and life. For this exhibition – her first in Brazil – she will present new works in a wide range of media including neons, sculptures, paintings, gouaches, monoprint drawings and embroideries. You Don’t Believe in Love But I Believe in You will be on view until February 23, 2013 at White Cube, Rua Agostinho Rodrigues Filho 550 Vila Mariana, São Paulo
German artist Neo Rauch poses in front of his work Die Abwaegung (The Consideration) during a preview of a double exhibition with works by Rauch and his wife at the Kunstsammlungen Chemnitz museum in Chemnitz, eastern Germany. From December 16, 2012 to February 10, 2013, the museum will present simultaneously the show “Gravitation” with works by Rauch’s wife Rosa Loy and the show “Abwaegung” (consideration) with works by Neo Rauch. photograph by Hendrik Schmidt
Gabriella Marina Gonzalez’s New AW 2013 collection called Mercurial Automatism, photographed by Kasia Wozniak.
A memoir penned by the former model and current creative director of Vogue Magazine Grace Coddington is now available.
Bring the social media “LIKE” into the real world. Ubiquitous in Miami during the 2012 art fair season, Flood’s sign is intended to “illuminate the enslavement of the human race by Facebook.” Flood created 406 corrugated plastic LIKE signs for distribution in Miami, but set aside a batch of 80 which are now available to purchase on Exhibition A.