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somethingvain:

john galliano s/s 1994, alek wek in idoles by herb ritts for vogue paris april 1999

somethingvain:

john galliano s/s 1994, alek wek in idoles by herb ritts for vogue paris april 1999

(via ria-leigh)

May
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(Source: stacy-lundeen)

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The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) | Explore Modern Art | Multimedia | Video | Philip Guston in the studio

(Source: sfmoma.org)

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The Wild & The Innocent: A Photography Exhibition Curated by Jordan Sullivan
Clic Gallery
255 Centre Street
New York,NY
March 28 - April 17, 2012
Opening Reception: Wednesday, March 28, 6-8pm
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The Wild & The Innocent juxtaposes portraits of bodies and landscapes culled from various photographers’ personal archives. How do these pictures of the human body and natural landscapes relate to one another? How do the two, when shown together, affect our perceptions of nature and ourselves? The Wild & The Innocentseeks to complicate the modern oppositional relationship between the body and nature in order to explore the truths of our own transience and infinitude — our dual limitlessness and powerlessness — as reflected in the wilds of nature and the slopes of the human form.
Included in this exhibition are emerging and established photographers, constantly seeking to reframe the ways we perceive our environment and bodies.
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Participating artists:
Bree Apperley, Brendan Baker, Alexander Binder, Siobhan Bohnacke,r Coley Brown, Patrick Buckley, Ana Cabaleiro, Samantha Casolari, Cody Chandler, Daniel Evans, Todd Fisher, Hannah Godley, Alexis Gross, Todd Jordan, Kohey Kanno, Mikael Kennedy, Collin LaFleche, Nicole Lesser, Jeff Luker, Jennilee Marigomen, Brian Merriam, Aaron McElroy, Skye Parrott, Emma Phillips, Henry Roy, Bryan Schutmaat, Brea Souders, Jordan Sullivan, Agnes Thor, Logan White
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www.clicgallery.com
www.jordan-sullivan.com

The Wild & The Innocent: A Photography Exhibition Curated by Jordan Sullivan

Clic Gallery

255 Centre Street

New York,NY

March 28 - April 17, 2012

Opening Reception: Wednesday, March 28, 6-8pm

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The Wild & The Innocent juxtaposes portraits of bodies and landscapes culled from various photographers’ personal archives. How do these pictures of the human body and natural landscapes relate to one another? How do the two, when shown together, affect our perceptions of nature and ourselves? The Wild & The Innocentseeks to complicate the modern oppositional relationship between the body and nature in order to explore the truths of our own transience and infinitude — our dual limitlessness and powerlessness — as reflected in the wilds of nature and the slopes of the human form.

Included in this exhibition are emerging and established photographers, constantly seeking to reframe the ways we perceive our environment and bodies.

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Participating artists:

Bree Apperley, Brendan Baker, Alexander Binder, Siobhan Bohnacke,r Coley Brown, Patrick Buckley, Ana Cabaleiro, Samantha Casolari, Cody Chandler, Daniel Evans, Todd Fisher, Hannah Godley, Alexis Gross, Todd Jordan, Kohey Kanno, Mikael Kennedy, Collin LaFleche, Nicole Lesser, Jeff Luker, Jennilee Marigomen, Brian Merriam, Aaron McElroy, Skye Parrott, Emma Phillips, Henry Roy, Bryan Schutmaat, Brea Souders, Jordan Sullivan, Agnes Thor, Logan White

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www.clicgallery.com

www.jordan-sullivan.com

Dec
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breeapperley:

On Thursday the 15th of December, at 20.00h the auction house De  Joode & Kamutzki Auctions will host its second auction.
Address:  Kottbusser damm 75, doorbell deJoode&Kamutzki.
De  Joode & Kamutzki was founded in the beginning of 2011 by  artist/curator Rachel de Joode  and performer/auctioneer Maria Kamutzki.
“We  wish to make contemporary art accessible to all. We don’t see art as a  luxury good that one might consider purchasing when they already have  everything else that money can buy. Our mission is to inspire  you to invest in great artwork not for the sake of its resale value,  the status symbol attached to it or as a way to spend surplus money. We  want people to buy art out of love, fascination and admiration. Because  art is essential.”
Preparing each auction  exclusively with a different focus, our second auction will present  works made by women. We invited 20 international emerging to mid-career  female artists working in the field of photography, sculpture, digital  arts, drawing or painting. The artists work in diverse fields with differing aesthetic sensibilities. What combines them is their conceptual approach.
24 artpieces will be auctioned, please have a peak at our artworks/artists here.
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http://dejoodeandkamutzki.com

breeapperley:

On Thursday the 15th of December, at 20.00h the auction house De Joode & Kamutzki Auctions will host its second auction.

Address: Kottbusser damm 75, doorbell deJoode&Kamutzki.

De Joode & Kamutzki was founded in the beginning of 2011 by artist/curator Rachel de Joode and performer/auctioneer Maria Kamutzki.

“We wish to make contemporary art accessible to all. We don’t see art as a luxury good that one might consider purchasing when they already have everything else that money can buy. Our mission is to inspire you to invest in great artwork not for the sake of its resale value, the status symbol attached to it or as a way to spend surplus money. We want people to buy art out of love, fascination and admiration. Because art is essential.”

Preparing each auction exclusively with a different focus, our second auction will present works made by women. We invited 20 international emerging to mid-career female artists working in the field of photography, sculpture, digital arts, drawing or painting. The artists work in diverse fields with differing aesthetic sensibilities. What combines them is their conceptual approach.

24 artpieces will be auctioned, please have a peak at our artworks/artists here.

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http://dejoodeandkamutzki.com

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Aug
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Poster by Pauline Beaudemont
Wandering Bears / Sunny Side Up / Margate Photo Festival
The exhibition looks to collect and display the everyday snap  shots  we take which inspire, intrigue or are simply taken because it  feels  right. Wandering Bears intend to collect these images and share  them  with a larger audience. Many of these images sit on hard drives or   mobile phones, rarely seen or shared, we wish to exhibit these images in   print.
Show Information:Sunny Side Up curated by Wandering BearsMargate Photo FestivalHarbour Arm GalleryMargate, KentCT9 1JDMap Link Private View: 12th August 2011 – 7 to 9PMOpening Times: Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th August 2011 – 10am to 6pm
More information and a full list of those participating can be found on www.wanderingbears.co.uk
"Since forming in 2010,  photographic collective  Wandering Bears has been a central hub for  activity online and in the  gallery space. We have been fortunate enough  to have made connections  with artists and creative’s around the world  who have contributed and  inspired us to move the project into new and  exciting areas. We have  published books, curated exhibition, spoken of  experiences and ran  workshops in large institutions around the UK."
www.twitter.com/wanderingbears www.facebook.com/WanderingBears

Poster by Pauline Beaudemont

Wandering Bears / Sunny Side Up / Margate Photo Festival

The exhibition looks to collect and display the everyday snap shots we take which inspire, intrigue or are simply taken because it feels right. Wandering Bears intend to collect these images and share them with a larger audience. Many of these images sit on hard drives or mobile phones, rarely seen or shared, we wish to exhibit these images in print.


Show Information:
Sunny Side Up curated by Wandering Bears
Margate Photo Festival
Harbour Arm Gallery
Margate, Kent
CT9 1JD

Map Link

Private View: 12th August 2011 – 7 to 9PM
Opening Times: Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th August 2011 – 10am to 6pm


More information and a full list of those participating can be found on www.wanderingbears.co.uk



"Since forming in 2010, photographic collective Wandering Bears has been a central hub for activity online and in the gallery space. We have been fortunate enough to have made connections with artists and creative’s around the world who have contributed and inspired us to move the project into new and exciting areas. We have published books, curated exhibition, spoken of experiences and ran workshops in large institutions around the UK."

www.twitter.com/wanderingbears www.facebook.com/WanderingBears