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Fenster’s latest music video for their killer song SpringBreak is nominated for a Berlin Music Video Award! This is, obviously, excellent news. Check the video below and vote by clicking the check in the upper left corner! Do it.
I purchased this print, “Cliteracy: 100 Natural Laws | Eye chart” by Sophia Wallace from Baang and Burne Contemporary during Scope Art Fair in New York. I think it’s pretty brilliant. The artist is impressively articulate, not to mention incredibly beautiful; check this quick docu by the Franco-German cultural TV channel “Arte” of Wallace discussing her conceptual photography before a solo show at the Kunsthalle Wien, or watch her explain the 100 Natural Laws of Cliteracy here.
Jen Gilpin and Maxime Ballesteros are straight inspiration.
this photo comes courtesy the excellent blog freunde von freunden. more here.
Alix Rule and David Levine earned some much deserved press in The Guardian for their highly empirical, academic investigation of International Art English (IAE), a term they coined in their essay for Triple Canopy.
Excited = understatement.
I am deeply honored to have been invited to participate in Saatchi Gallery’s 100 curators 100 days project.
The artists I chose work across varied mediums, but they all display a mastery of craft, an innovative use of materials and a slightly gothic, slightly irreverent and indisputably romantic sensibility.
A few choice works below.
Props to Saatchi for creating this platform.
Couldn’t be prouder of my friend Cecile B. Evans, who was just awarded the Emdash award by Frieze Art Fair. Cecile beat out 750 other artists for the honor of producing a site-specific work at the Frieze fair in London this fall.
Image: Cécile B. Evans, Straight Up, 2011, HD video, Dimensions variable
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