1. Super pleased with my newly framed Alberto Polo print.
I picked this up on happenstance, having met up with the guys from Acid Magazine at his exhibition back in late June. A couple of prints caught my eye, but I knew I had to have this one.
You can see the entire series on his site here.

    Super pleased with my newly framed Alberto Polo print.

    I picked this up on happenstance, having met up with the guys from Acid Magazine at his exhibition back in late June. A couple of prints caught my eye, but I knew I had to have this one.

    You can see the entire series on his site here.

  2. One Ugly Jacket

    One Ugly Jacket

  3. Buenos Aires - Shop

     

    Discovered this amazing newly opened Art/Furniture shop nearby the San Telmo Market– I can’t remember the name (it may not have one yet), but it was full of gems…

     

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  4. Diane viewing Bruce Davidson’s Subway exhibition, at the Aperture Foundation.

    Diane viewing Bruce Davidson’s Subway exhibition, at the Aperture Foundation.

  5. I was super excited about the re-release of Bruce Davidson’s Subway, the show at the Aperture Foundation, and the opportunity to get a copy of the book itself.. Which I obviously seized.

    I was super excited about the re-release of Bruce Davidson’s Subway, the show at the Aperture Foundation, and the opportunity to get a copy of the book itself.. Which I obviously seized.

  6. Nomenus Quarterly 12

  7. A very recent obsession/inspiration is 0FR Bookshop and their publications– one like my recent acquisition “Guide Paris.” As you may or may not know, I’ve been working on my own guide, and have had my eyes peeled for others that have been able to set a real standard– this is probably it! They have employ a beautiful aesthetic in everything they do, and have great taste..
Oddly, the day I picked this up– I went home and googled them to find that the owner Alexandre Thumerelle was in that day’s edition of T-Style’s “The Insider,” one of my favorite series. Nice coincidence.
Check them out..

    A very recent obsession/inspiration is 0FR Bookshop and their publications– one like my recent acquisition “Guide Paris.” As you may or may not know, I’ve been working on my own guide, and have had my eyes peeled for others that have been able to set a real standard– this is probably it! They have employ a beautiful aesthetic in everything they do, and have great taste..

    Oddly, the day I picked this up– I went home and googled them to find that the owner Alexandre Thumerelle was in that day’s edition of T-Style’s “The Insider,” one of my favorite series. Nice coincidence.

    Check them out..

  8. Back in Portland I did a photo-shoot with Lady Di, excited to show you the rest of the photos.. it was such a pleasure to work with her and the boys from Torso Vintages who were pulling museum grade pieces to style her in…. how does ‘museum grade’ grab you?

    Back in Portland I did a photo-shoot with Lady Di, excited to show you the rest of the photos.. it was such a pleasure to work with her and the boys from Torso Vintages who were pulling museum grade pieces to style her in…. how does ‘museum grade’ grab you?

  9. 






A few years back I did this ‘study’ on Supreme's identity, and how it would look in other languages.
In a similar fashion.. but better conceived, and clearly much more extensive.. Yoko Ono just twittered about the War Is Over posters available for print in almost every language.. really amazing.

 
@yokoonoYoko OnoDisplay your #WARISOVER poster from todays NYTimes in your window, school, workplace, car. More here:http://bit.ly/WIOver love, yoko

    A few years back I did this ‘study’ on Supreme's identity, and how it would look in other languages.

    In a similar fashion.. but better conceived, and clearly much more extensive.. Yoko Ono just twittered about the War Is Over posters available for print in almost every language.. really amazing.

     

    @yokoonoYoko OnoDisplay your #WARISOVER poster from todays NYTimes in your window, school, workplace, car. More here:http://bit.ly/WIOver love, yoko

  10. Nomenus Quarterly x Rodarte
Stunning work over at Nomenus, shot by my dear friend and colleague Erik Madigan Heck. Released initially on Nowness, you can now see as part of the most recent release of Nomenus Quarterly (No. 11).
Here is the official release:

NOMENUS QUARTERLY 11 NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE AT WWW.NOMENUSQUARTERLY.COM The most recent issue features: Anselm Kiefer, John Currin, Sigmar Polke, John Baldessari, Lawrence Weiner, Paulina Olowska, Lovisa Ringborg, and a portfolio of images for Rodarte’s spring summer 2011 collection. Essays included feature a retrospective glance at Sigmar Polke by George Pitts, as well as a reprinting of Anselm Kiefer’s acceptance speech for the Peace Prize of the German Book Trade, Paulskirche, Frankfurt am Main, October 19, 2008, translated by Angelika Fremd. Additionally, the 11th issue is now available in HTML 5 instead of flash, for the ease of viewing on iPods and iPads. NOMENUS QUARTERLY RADIO LAUNCHES We also have introduced Nomenus Quarterly radio, which features exclusive live abient and experiemental mixes, beginning with a 45 min set that includes music from Hilmar Orn Hilmarsson, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Bjork, The Field, Colleen, DJ Spooky, Susumu Yokota, Marsen Jules, Enya, Aphex Twin, Mara Carlyle, Bing and Ruth, and more.  The 2nd featured mix will be compiled by Karlo Steel, from Atelier New York, whose mix will focus on ambient krautrock: bands from Germany 1969-1974. Followed by a 45 min set by German composer Marsen Jules, playing new and rare additions from Nostalgia and other lps. Please check NQ radio for more releases in January.

    Nomenus Quarterly x Rodarte

    Stunning work over at Nomenus, shot by my dear friend and colleague Erik Madigan Heck. Released initially on Nowness, you can now see as part of the most recent release of Nomenus Quarterly (No. 11).

    Here is the official release:

    NOMENUS QUARTERLY 11 NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE AT WWW.NOMENUSQUARTERLY.COM

    The most recent issue features: Anselm Kiefer, John Currin, Sigmar Polke, John Baldessari, Lawrence Weiner, Paulina Olowska, Lovisa Ringborg, and a portfolio of images for Rodarte’s spring summer 2011 collection. Essays included feature a retrospective glance at Sigmar Polke by George Pitts, as well as a reprinting of Anselm Kiefer’s acceptance speech for the Peace Prize of the German Book Trade, Paulskirche, Frankfurt am Main, October 19, 2008, translated by Angelika Fremd. Additionally, the 11th issue is now available in HTML 5 instead of flash, for the ease of viewing on iPods and iPads.

    NOMENUS QUARTERLY RADIO LAUNCHES

    We also have introduced Nomenus Quarterly radio, which features exclusive live abient and experiemental mixes, beginning with a 45 min set that includes music from Hilmar Orn Hilmarsson, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Bjork, The Field, Colleen, DJ Spooky, Susumu Yokota, Marsen Jules, Enya, Aphex Twin, Mara Carlyle, Bing and Ruth, and more.

    The 2nd featured mix will be compiled by Karlo Steel, from Atelier New York, whose mix will focus on ambient krautrock: bands from Germany 1969-1974. Followed by a 45 min set by German composer Marsen Jules, playing new and rare additions from Nostalgia and other lps. Please check NQ radio for more releases in January.

  11. The other night I had the enormous privilege to attend a presentation by Bruce Davidson, a sort of ‘retrospective (though he made it quite clear that he’s nowhere near done),’ followed by a Q&A session. He is a massive inspiration– one of my favorite photographers (which you may have deduced by my other posts about him), and hearing him speaking on his work, combined with peripheral information of the time (and maybe more interesting, the subjects he photographed.. who they were, and where they are now) was so rich and awe-inspiring.. Again, I felt incredibly blessed to be there. If you don’t know his work by now… do yourself a real favor…

Here is an official recap:
Last night, photography enthusiasts headed to the Levi’s Photo Workshop to listen renowned photographer Bruce Davidson lead a discussion on his life’s work in photography. Best known for his works “Brooklyn Gangs,” “East 100th Street” and “Central Park,” Davidson showcased works from a variety of projects he’s worked on over the past 50 years, shedding light on how projects materialized and explaining how he gained the trust of his subjects.
Following the impressive presentation, the forum was opened up to the audience – both in-house and those watching live via the Levi’s Facebook page (over 35, 000 viewers tuned in!). Guests eagerly listened as Davidson discussed the most frightening moment of his career and his plans to revisit Los Angeles in early 2011. Afterwards, Davidson signed copies of his latest retrospective, Outside/Inside.

    The other night I had the enormous privilege to attend a presentation by Bruce Davidson, a sort of ‘retrospective (though he made it quite clear that he’s nowhere near done),’ followed by a Q&A session. He is a massive inspiration– one of my favorite photographers (which you may have deduced by my other posts about him), and hearing him speaking on his work, combined with peripheral information of the time (and maybe more interesting, the subjects he photographed.. who they were, and where they are now) was so rich and awe-inspiring.. Again, I felt incredibly blessed to be there. If you don’t know his work by now… do yourself a real favor…

    Here is an official recap:

    Last night, photography enthusiasts headed to the Levi’s Photo Workshop to listen renowned photographer Bruce Davidson lead a discussion on his life’s work in photography. Best known for his works “Brooklyn Gangs,” “East 100th Street” and “Central Park,” Davidson showcased works from a variety of projects he’s worked on over the past 50 years, shedding light on how projects materialized and explaining how he gained the trust of his subjects.

    Following the impressive presentation, the forum was opened up to the audience – both in-house and those watching live via the Levi’s Facebook page (over 35, 000 viewers tuned in!). Guests eagerly listened as Davidson discussed the most frightening moment of his career and his plans to revisit Los Angeles in early 2011. Afterwards, Davidson signed copies of his latest retrospective, Outside/Inside.

  12. Amazing editorial by Craig McDean in the October issue of Interview Mag, definitely worth picking up to see the shots in a larger format.

    Amazing editorial by Craig McDean in the October issue of Interview Mag, definitely worth picking up to see the shots in a larger format.

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El Trabantimino at Salon 94
Seeing is believing– a really beautiful final product to add to an already very interesting project.


 
  
   
Hitting switches… 

    El Trabantimino at Salon 94

    Seeing is believing– a really beautiful final product to add to an already very interesting project.

     

     

      

       

        

    Hitting switches…  

  14. I saw posters all over the Bowery advertising a gallery opening for Liz Cohen’s EL TRABANTIMINO, only vaguely familiar with her narrative photography– I wondered if my imagination of an El Camino–Trabant hybrid was out of the question.. It clearly wasn’t. From what I’ve read its a pretty amazing story and work– I’m excited to check this out tomorrow, opening 6p-8p at Salon 94.

    I saw posters all over the Bowery advertising a gallery opening for Liz Cohen’s EL TRABANTIMINO, only vaguely familiar with her narrative photography– I wondered if my imagination of an El Camino–Trabant hybrid was out of the question.. It clearly wasn’t. From what I’ve read its a pretty amazing story and work– I’m excited to check this out tomorrow, opening 6p-8p at Salon 94.

  15. On my to do list:

    See Barbara Kruger’s contribution to the Whitney’s site specific installations, 820 Washington St. Open until 10/17.