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...]
Girls season 2 premiers this Sunday. photograph by Terry Richardson
All the Lovers is the first author book by Portuguese photographer and Pas Un Autre contributor Rita Lino. The book reveals her collection of memories, her romances, an archive of broken hearts and phantom-past-histories. Released in a limited series of two hundred numbered copies, All the Lovers includes the special participation of the canadian filmmaker and writer Mike Hoolboom whose contribution is a fictional diary called Disappear. Buy the book here.
Pas Un Autre is excited to announce an upcoming collaboration with Greta Bellamancina for a series of video poetry readings. Greta Bellamacina is a London Based poet and model who has been lighting up the literary and fashion world. She has recently graduated from King’s College London, published a book of poetry called Kaleidoscope, represented brands like Dolce & Gabbana, has been an in-house poet for various fashion brands, and just created a poetry/fashion film for Harper’s Bazaar which pays homage to Woody Allen called A Love Poem to San Francisco. After the jump, read Greta’s poem about traveling from LA to San Francisco with photographs by Kate Lorga, shot on the Orient Express. [CLICK HERE...]
After one year of silence and retirement from the art-world, Maurizio Cattelan and his works are once again arousing questions regarding life and death in a museum exhibition; the first exhibition after his well-known and successful Guggenheim retrospective. On display at the Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle in Warsaw is a selection of the artist’s most significant works. In them, he poses questions as to the contemporary understanding of death, sacrifice, forgiveness, the genesis of evil in humankind, national identity, and historical memory. Maurizio Cattelan, Amen, will be on view at the Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski Castle in Warsaw until February 24, 2013.
Je Suis Le Petit Chevalier is a musical fantasy born in a trailer by the woods of upstate New York during summer 2010 by the French based in Belgium visual and sound artist Felicia Atkinson. Je Suis Le Petit Chevalier’s new album Dark Morse, which is out February 1st by Shelter Press, is inspired by the short story The Angel Esmeralda written by Don Delillo.
Je Suis Le Petit Chevalier – Esmeralda on the Lake
A new image by artist Alexandra Waespi using her unique scanner manipulation on 35mm film negatives.
Nick Doyle, assistant to artist Tom Sachs, stands in front of his inclusion to No More Rock Stars, a multidisciplinary, group exhibition of work by artists Mia Berg, Nick Doyle, Laura Greig, Justine Hill, Henry G. Sanchez, and Bryan McGovern Wilson, studio assistants to some of New York City’s highly celebrated artists. Guest curator Robert Dimin has selected work by these stand-out emerging artists working with video, robotics, painting, photography, and sculpture. No More Rock Stars will be on view until January 31, 2013 at Galerie Protégé, 197 Ninth Ave [Lower Level] New York, NY