09 décembre 2008

De l'encre à l'infini

<img src="http://www.trespluscool.com/stat/track_noscript.php" border="0" alt="" width="1" height="1"&http://www.trespluscool.com Shinichi Osawa  Last Days.flv Das japanische Multitalent Shinichi Osawa alias Mondo Grosso fand man dieses Jahr schon auf vielen Blogs, doch sollte er hier nicht fehlen. Angefangen als Bassist in... [Lire la suite]
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09 décembre 2008

tiffany bozic

http://myloveforyou.typepad.com/my_love_for_you i was fortunate to meet tiffany bozic at the fecal face gallery while visiting san francisco in march. i have been a huge fan of  tiffany's since i was introduced to her work in 2003. tiffany is kind and incredibly warm. we struck up a convo chatting about jewelry, art and the conservatory of flowers. later, when i got back to boston, we corresponded by email and she agreed to the following q & a. she was beyond gracious. tiffany's show bedtime stories opens at... [Lire la suite]
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09 décembre 2008

desmond lazaro

    "Desmond Lazaro's work straddles both worlds: the traditional   pichhvai painter's and the contemporary studio artist's. The pichhvai tradition expects the art to be narrative, or to fulfil a devotional purpose. The modernist painter in Lazaro, however, is programmed to emphasise the individual, 'secular' image. In keeping the two worlds separate, and combining the stereotypes of both, Lazaro drives us to create a different point of view from which to appreciate his work. " These... [Lire la suite]
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09 décembre 2008

BD +++

Saad Akhtar Saad Akhtar , the creator of  Fly, You Fools , sent me a link to his 4 month old web comic and I found it quite amusing (albeit a little caustic). Even as an 'insider', I sometimes wonder about some conceptual art. More here.
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09 décembre 2008

Dessins de femme

  The Age of Feminine Drawing - ein Must Have in Buchform   The Age of Feminine Drawing, erschienen bei Gingko Press
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09 décembre 2008

Le meuble qu'il me faut !!!

Looking to shop in style, listen to newly released music or browse magazines surrounded by contemporary furniture and art exhibitions? Look no further. Head straight for SPRMRKT. My friend Nelleke started SPRMRKT only a few years ago. It has really taken off since. SPRMRKT is not a store. It is all about how you have always wanted to spend your city weekends. Submerged in all good things life has to offer. SPRMRKT is setting the pace for others, but this time keeping up might just not be that easy… Nelleke chose a fabulous... [Lire la suite]
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09 décembre 2008

Still Standing

By sumycho Weegee, Boy Asleep in Phone Booth on Navy Day, ca. 1945 Garry Winogrand, New York, 1972 Helen Levitt, New York, 1988 Tags: Garry Winogrand, Helen Levitt, New York City, Weegee
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09 décembre 2008

La vie en noir et blanc

Life Is Good & Good For You In New York: Trance Witness Revels By bernardyenelouis Life is Good and Good For You in New York: Trance Witness Revels (Paris: Editions du Seuil, 1956) by William Klein is the first of what would be a series of “city books” by Klein. The ICP Library also holds copies of his books Rome (1959), Moscow (1964), and Tokyo (1964).   The Bronx-born William Klein left the United States after World War II to settle in Paris. Returning to New York City in the mid-1950s ... [Lire la suite]
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09 décembre 2008

Puppets for Christmas December 8, 2008 by claartjevandijk     Alfred EisenstaedtChildren Watching the Story of “Saint George and the Dragon” at the Puppet Theater in the Tuileries, Paris, 1963 Gift of Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1989   The Bob Baker Marionette Theater is legendary: Mr. Baker played at Liza Minnelli’s fourth birthday party and participated in the 1954 movie A Star Is Born, starring Judy Garland. Today, the financial crisis has left the future of his theater uncertain.... [Lire la suite]
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09 décembre 2008

sur le blog "Romain in new york"

Les musees de New York gratuits jour par jour... LUNDI   Beaucoup de musees sont fermes le lundi, donc rien pour ce 1er jour de la semaine.     MARDI   - de 10h a 18h : Brooklyn Botanic Garden www.bbg.org       MERCREDI       - toute la journee de 10h a 18h : New York Botanical Garden (dans le Bronx) www.nybg.org       - toute la journee de 10h a 17h : Zoo du Bronx www.bronxzoo.com  ... [Lire la suite]
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