Fault Lines will explore the overlapping mechanics of polyphonic vocal texturing, geological and sculptural displacements, and adversarial rhetorical language
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At Haru while having lunch with the nicest model manager you could imagine, the following happened. As usual, the talk had turned to agency gossip. Not malicious, or particularly competitive but just...idle. " Yeah and Gemma Ward's been looking particularly happy these days". he said in a fairly loud voice, "Cause as we all know she's not always the happiest camper" I sat facing the door, so I could see, literally as he spoke the approaching figure of...Gemma Ward, in these little denim hot pants and a totally non-descript tank top with that model staple, an army coat thrown over it. She looked great, tall and slimmer than the last time we glimpsed her with long tousled blonde hair, looking very much like a beautiful teenaged tourist. She was with her IMG agent. I completely blanched and my lunch companion followed my eyeline to its conclusion. At that point we burst out laughing.If this were a scene in a movie, the audience would go..."Yeah Right!" Poor Gemma probably felt over scrutinized at this point and whether under the weight of our gaze or by pure chance, Maja and Gemma soon elected to take an outside table. I waved hello as they went by and left it at that.
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Team (gallery, inc.) is pleased to announce a solo show of new work by Cory Arcangel. Entitled tl;dr, the exhibition will run from 07 September through 26 October 2014. Team is located at 47 Wooster Street, between Grand and Broome. Concurrently, our 83 Grand Street space will house a one-person show by Ryan McGinley. On 17 September, we will inaugurate a Los Angeles project space with an additional show by Arcangel, also titled tl;dr.
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Becoming Her, for Him, for He: Becoming Him, for Her, for She (Becoming Me, for Me, for Me ): Dan Finsel : CAPC (Bordeaux)Submitted by Wayne on Tue, 2014-09-16 01:33.
Première exposition monographique en Europe de l’artiste américain Dan Finsel (né en 1982, vivant à Los Angeles), Becoming Her, for Him, for Her: Becoming Him, for Her, for She (Becoming Me, for Me, for Me.) pose les bases radicales d'un univers visuel et psychologique intense qui explore de manière décapante et affective mythologies familiales et troubles frénétiques de la personnalité multiple dans le Los Angeles d'aujourd'hui. Mélodrames adolescents télévisés, construction d'identités post-Actor's Studio, et poses auto-réflexives philosophico-scénarisées s'amalgament jusqu'à permettre à l'artiste d'expérimenter quelque chose d'autre à travers quelqu'un d'autre. Quelqu'un dont nul ne peut dire s'il s'agit de Dan Finsel lui-même, ou d'un pur produit contemporain d'auto-analyse et de pop culture.