The much anticipated debut monograph from Synchrodogs, the emerging avant-garde photographer duo from Ukraine. A curation of their most interesting work to date presented in a large format clothbound hardcover book. This First Edition is limited to just 460 numbered copies. Tania Shcheglova and Roman Noven of Synchrodogs have only been collaborating since 2008, but have had solo exhibitions around the world and have contributed to many magazines, including Pas Un Autre Issue 1. Available here.
A new editorial by Death of Youth. See more photographs after the jump. [CLICK HERE...]
Recently banned from youtube, music video for Reptile Youth’s track It’s Easy To Lose Yourself off their current self titled album directed by Peter Kaaden. “The video is the song. The song is the video. It’s not a complicated way around, it’s not the opposite and not an arty interpretation. You get what the song is about. Uncensored, honest & real. Everything is minimized to the necessaries in the song and in the video” Peter Kaaden.
Jemima Kirke, from the show Girls, in her studio. photograph by Kathy Grayson
Marcelo Krasilcic is a Brazilian American photographer born in São Paulo into an Eastern European Jewish family. He moved to New York in 1990 to study art and photography at the New York University. Soon after graduating at NYU, he started exhibiting his art work and helped define the 1990’s while creating images for magazines such as Purple, Dazed & Confused, Self-Service and Visionaire. Marcelo’s further contributions to magazines such as Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue Hommes International, as well as album covers for bands such as Everything but the Girl, solidified his influence in the international fashion and portrait industry. Marcelo Krasilcic photography will be on view from until March 30, in conjunction with the publication of a book with his work from the 90s, at Colette, 213 rue Saint-Honoré 75001 Paris
Roundish and shiny, black porcelain glops rest contentedly on the floor in a corner of Galeria Continua. Aptly titled “Oil Spils”, these glops tie in the ancient Chinese porcelain craft with the realities of dependence on fossil fuels for globalization. Oil dependency seeps into every aspect of our life, from food and transportation to entertainment and culture. With its need to consume natural resources at almost all levels of production, art is no exception. Ai Wei Wei’s exhibition was on view at Galeria Continua in San Gimignano and ended on February 16. Photograph by Galeria Continua, text by Yanyan Huang
The first issue of Animæ Magazine, entitled It’s Not Your Fault, landed on our doorstep and it’s a great, 32 page tabloid style zine from Swedish photographer Lena Modigh in collaboration with Mono.This first issue of Animæ is a three-way conversation about sex, obsession and sanity between three female artists (Lena Modigh, Lucie Russell, and Kristina Sigunsdotter). “Part reminiscence / part journal / part observation; it is an exploration of female youth, sexuality, first love, and loss that takes the form of a zine for girls about boys… and girls.” Buy it here. See more photographs after the jump. [CLICK HERE...]