Venus Over Manhattan gallery will present an opening of Betty Tomkins‘ large scale photorealistic paintings of heterosexual intercourse as part of Art Basel Miami. Fuck: Betty Tomkins Works on Paper 1969-2010 will be on view from December 5 to 9, 2012 at the M Building, 194 NW 30th Street, Miami
Gainsbourg: The Biography by Gilles Verlant ”is the best and most authoritative in any language.”
The Art Gallery of Toronto presents a residency of artist UK artist Mark Titchner to develop a series of billboards, posters and large-scale wall-drawings that will be installed throughout the city and inside the gallery in the AGO’s Community and Toronto Now galleries.
Canadian photographer Arnaud Maggs, famous of his stark black and white portraits of artists like Joseph Beuys Northrop Frye, and Leonard Cohen died Saturday, November 17, 2012, at the age of 86 years.
These photos are from an abandoned motel in southern Ohio. It seemed as if people had just up and left giving the place a very apocalyptic, Chernobylesque feeling. Text and photography by Christopher Lusher. See more photographs after the jump. [CLICK HERE...]
photograph by Brad Elterman
photograph by Adarsha Benjamin
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“An abandoned western gold rush town sets the stage for a photographic fantasy of three beautiful young women.” An online exhibition of German (New York based) photographer Stephan Würth’s photographic series entitled Ghost Town, which follows three beautiful women through an abandoned “Old West” city in Nevada, is currently on view at the online gallery Hauser & Hauser until November 30th. The book “Ghost Town” published by Damiani also features an epilogue by fashion and culture critic Lesley M. M. Blume.