November 30, 2010


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November 29, 2010

que viva la muerte

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Natalia Vodianova

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Natalia Vodianova at the Vogue Paris Masquerade Ball

Orticanoodles, To be or not to be. Solo show in Lugano

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Arte Urbana Lugano ha il piacere di presentare il suo settimo evento, l’esposizione degli Orticanoodles :
To be or not to be

VERNISSAGE : 26. 11. 2010
18.30 – 21.00
Viale Cassarate 4
Aperitivo offerto dal Dicastero Giovani ed Eventi

dal 26 novembre all’11 dicembre 2010, dal martedì al sabato, dalle 15:00 alle 20:00,
Lab_Comacina, Viale Cassarate 4, Lugano

November 24, 2010

good morning

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ISBN-13: 978-0847835324

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Influential to both art and fashion, Ari Marcopoulos’s unique style of raw immediacy has made him one of the most important contemporary photographers. For thirty years, photographer Ari Marcopoulos has been pioneering contemporary photography by documenting subcultures such as skateboarders and graffiti artists, as well as landscapes and his own family and friends. Since his days printing photographs for Andy Warhol, he has amassed a huge body of work marked by its arresting and unsentimental intimacy that has been influential to the worlds of art, fashion, and photography.Bound to mimic a phone book, Ari Marcopoulos: Directory presents a collection of approximately 1,200 photographs, with curator and critic Neville Wakefield providing insightful commentary on some of Marcopoulos’s singular images. Copublished with Nieves, each book in this limited-edition series includes a print signed by the artist.

November 23, 2010

Retna @ Primary Projects

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Cash For Your Warhol in Miami

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ISBN-13: 978-0847836178

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The first large-scale American museum exhibition to survey the colorful history of graffiti and street art movements internationally. Graffiti has been a form of public communication and identification since ancient times. In its contemporary manifestation, it has redefined the urban landscape and influenced generations of artists. This landmark exhibition traces the birth and dissemination of styles through “writers” and street artists around the world—including Jean-Michel Basquiat, Blu, Martha Cooper, Shepard Fairey, Stelios Faitakis, Futura, Phil Frost, Os Gemeos, Keith Haring, Todd James (REAS), Margaret Kilgallen, Lady Pink, Barry McGee (Twist), Steve Powers (ESPO), Lee Quinones, Retna, Kenny Scharf, Swoon, and Ed Templeton, among many others—focusing on New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco, as well as international locations. Highlighting the connection between graffiti and street art and other vibrant subcultures, such as those that developed around Hip Hop in the Bronx and skateboarding in Southern California, Art in the Streets explores parallel movements in dance and music. A selection of new works created for the show is presented alongside the historical survey of approximately 30 of the most important artists seminal to the genre. The exhibition is curated by MoCA Director Jeffrey Deitch, working with a curatorial advisory committee that includes Charlie Ahearn, Roger Gastman, Carlo McCormick, and Aaron Rose.

Fresh Produce @ Wynwood Arts District

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