Submitted by Wayne on Tue, 2014-10-14 00:07.
Submitted by Wayne on Mon, 2014-10-13 03:37.
David Zwirner is pleased to present its first exhibition of Jason Rhoades’s work since Black Pussy in 2007. On view at 537 West 20th Street in New York, the show will be a reinstatement of the artist’s PeaRoeFoam project, which debuted at the gallery in 2002 (then located on Greene Street in SoHo) in the first of a trilogy of exhibitions that also brought it to Vienna and Liverpool the same year. A seminal work within Rhoades’s career, it has not been exhibited as a comprehensive presentation until now and many of the individual components are shown here for the first time since the original installations.
Submitted by Wayne on Mon, 2014-10-13 03:17.
Submitted by Wayne on Sat, 2014-10-11 03:42.
Submitted by Wayne on Fri, 2014-10-10 04:18.
The talk around John Galliano's surprise appointment to Maison Martin Margiela has been how unlikely a choice it has been. John the opulent, the lover of grandeur, so baroque unto an almost costume extreme… at the brutally conceptualist and intellectual Margiela? The punters are mystified at how…inappropriate an aesthetic choice this appointment is. But is it?
Submitted by Wayne on Fri, 2014-10-10 01:31.
Submitted by Wayne on Wed, 2014-10-08 15:59.
Please see a first look of the second issue of Frank Durand's relaunch of, "Holiday" magazine. Built around a theme after TI's own heart (and dedicated lifestyle)…the ideal of travel as a lifestyle, I just want to say this publication, the taste, the design, the contributors is that proverbial #everything .
Pour son 374ème numéro, le magazine Holiday a choisi de porter son regard, ou plutôt ses regards, sur l’Ecosse. Irvine Welsh – auteur de Trainspotting – le styliste Joe McKenna, Stella Tennant, Isabella Cawdor, Jean Campbell ou encore James Robertson
Submitted by Wayne on Wed, 2014-10-08 15:31.
Well that Japanese way of putting words together…it sometimes summarizes the sentiment in lyrical ways everyday English won't. I loved working with the Spur team on the 100 page booklet that essentially archived the magazine's 25 year history of model coverage. From the early days of off duty 90's supermodels like Linda, Nadja and Naomi, it was funny to see how on-duty that ideal of off-duty was.
And then it was especially odd to see my 7 years of Spur It-Girl archives encapsulated in this one booklet. The magazine's editors assured me there is a generation of young Japanese women who grew up reading that column, which can only make you appreciative of the clarity of time . And its perspective, as well as future business potential. There they were, starting from Agyness Deyn at the height of her cultural impact, all the way to Issa Lish, now at the rise of her cultural impact. In between there were Freja and Irina, Coco and Hilary, Anja, Suvi, Catherine, Kasia, Lara, Meghan, Abbey, Toni, Malgosia, Karmen, Fei, Fei, Lindsay and Arizona. That those girls have forged lasting careers is not only a testament to brilliant management on the part of great agents, but also to the tenacity and resilience of those girls in keeping their value in a tough, tough industry.
Submitted by Wayne on Wed, 2014-10-08 00:29.