[EDITORIAL] Sushi Time

Posted February 22nd by in Sex

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Sushi Time is a new editorial by Moscow based Lena Vazhenina. See more photographs after the jump.  [CLICK HERE...]

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Novice, Heartless, Pretty, Awkward & Awesome

Posted February 21st by in Sex

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New editorial by Carlos Nunez. See more photographs after the jump. [CLICK HERE...]

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Mario Testino @ Prism

Posted February 21st by in Photography

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Prism Gallery is presents the forthcoming exhibition by Mario Testino. It marks the first presentation of his work at the gallery and his first gallery exhibition in the United States in seven years. On view from February 26 to March 30, 2013 at Prism Gallery, 8746 W. Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles

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[Music Video] Diiv ‘Wait’ Directed by Sandy Kim

Posted February 21st by in Film, Music

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Ashley Smith, Karley Sciortino, Sky Ferreira, Georgia Ford, Petra Collins, Marcel Castenmiller, Matthew Hitt, and Alice Lancaster star in Sandy Kim’s music video, shot on 8MM, for the band Diiv’s track Wait off the album Oshin, now on Captured Tracks. See music video after the jump.  [CLICK HERE...]

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MARK MULRONEY @ Mixed Greens

Posted February 21st by in Art

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Mixed Greens presents Mark Mulroney’s fifth solo exhibition with the gallery, entitled We’re Never Getting Rescued With That Attitude. The drawings, carved wood panels, murals, and objects shows began with the simple vision of a man stranded on a desert island with a palm tree, two coconuts, and maybe a girl. While many people spent time in 2012 contemplating the Mayan calendar and mankind’s eventual demise, Mulroney turned his focus to the idea of paradise. Ageless one-liner jokes involving a man stranded on an island began to remind him of his own situation in the studio. The simple idea of the studio-as-island quickly gave way to a more complicated vision where the island is both an escape and a prison.We’re Never Getting Rescued With That Attitude will on view until March 16, 2013 at Mixed Greens, 531 W. 26th Street, First Floor, New York, New York. Photographs by Austin McManus (see more photo after the jump) [CLICK HERE...]

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Andrea Kvas CAMPO @ Museo Marino Marini

Posted February 20th by in Art

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Thin, uniform slabs of painted wood lean against the corners of Museo Marino Marini’s Sacello (underground Chapel). Splotches of vibrant and saturated colors betray the skill of a lackadaisical fence painter who couldn’t be bothered to finish his work. Or maybe he decided to import his leftovers. Applications of paint have been built up in layers and each fragment stands on its own as a sliver of a painting, each hinting at their individual grand potential. At eye level, a section laid diagonally between two walls blocks passage and demands attention. The impressions of paint create an interchangeable visual rhythm. Though immobile, the slabs emanate stoicism in their collective involvement: “United we stand, divided we fall”, they seem to say. In the adjacent altar room where thick polyurethane and wooden branches have been piled up on a windowsill, we’re left no choice but to imagine a post-catastrophic world – one where vestiges of culture are kept on hand only for fuel and heating purposes. Unable to afford the luxury of optimism in our time of economic turmoil, where historic buildings have been sold off to banks and museums have shuttered their doors for the lack of resources, Kvas’s sculptures map out a desolate landscape. At least we’re given the choice to rid ourselves of the remnants or participate in regeneration. Andrea Kvas’s Campo, curated by Barbara Casavecchia, will be on view until April 6, 2013 at Museo Marino Marini, Piazza di San Pancrazio, Florence, Italy. Text and photography by Yanyan Huang (see more after the jump) [CLICK HERE...]

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Southern Gothic: An Interview With Bradley Bailey

Posted February 20th by in Music

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Visit artist and musician Bradley Bailey’s bandcamp page for his one-man band, oxymoronically called Platonic Sex, and you’ll find a single song tiled Sweet Nothing available for download for $1000. Watch a youtube video made last summer in Brooklyn and you’ll find Bailey playing a fifiteen minute long, psychedelic and cacophonous set with a human femur. The Atlanta, Georgia based musician doesn’t have much of an online presence, but what he does have so far is a curious teaser for what might be to come, or not to come. Bailey seems content just figuring out who he is an artist and making music. Pas Un Autre contributor Abbey Meaker got a chance to catch up with Bailey where he in currently in Atlanta thinking things over. Read interview and see more pictures after the jump. [CLICK HERE...]

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Brad Elterman’s View Of The Exclusive Purple Dinner @ Acme

Posted February 19th by in Culture

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photographs by Brad Elterman. See more photographs after the jump. [CLICK HERE...]

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Adel Abdessemed Le Vase Abominable

Posted February 19th by in Art

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David Zwirner presents an exhibition of new works by Adel Abdessemed, on view at their recently opened London gallery. Le Vase Abominable is the artist’s third solo show with David Zwirner since joining the gallery in 2008. Across a wide range of media, Abdessemed transforms well-known materials and imagery into charged artistic declarations. The artist pulls freely from myriad sources—personal, historical, social, and political—to create a visual language that is simultaneously rich and economical, sensitive and controversial, radical and mundane. Le Vase Abominable will be on view from February 22, 2013 to March 30, 2013 at David Zwirner, 24 Grafton Street, London, UK

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[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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