I will be talking with these two delightful, white pants wearing, bear talk lovin’, intellectual buckets of love juice soon for a full interview, so hold your breath because your cerebral cortex will be overly stimulated. Thanks and you’re welcome. Check these guys out on Tumblr in the mean time.
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In the final of a series of art books, AnOther retraces the most ambitious art projects commissioned for the magazine. There’s work by Jake & Dinos Chapman, Yayoi Kusama, Hans Peter Feldmann, Yoshitomo Nara, Ernesto Caivano, Keith Tyson, Urs Fischer and Damien Hirst (above). There’s also images of George Condo and graphic design by John Baldessari. The included work covers the last decade, and also provides a snap shot of contemporary art who’s who in the 21st-century.
Dazed Digital shared images from the final book in the collection. Favorites from there are shown after the jump.
For the first day of summer in New York, Scooter LaForge is offering the FIRST PUBLISHED SURVEY of his work. This book of images will feature all of the sexy trash and trashy sex that has quickly made this artist a legend. Highlights include celebrity collaborations, paintings and some of his iconic fashions, and it will be a limited edition print so be sure to get yours while supplies last. Editions go on sale during opening night of “QUEER FROM ZERO TO A HUNDRED.” This show will open in conjunction with New York’s Gay Pride, and continue for 2 months, offering the public a rare glimpse of work as well as the opportunity to purchase this rare offering. This show, focusing on the queer aspects of his work, ties in with a legacy that has seen Scooter LaForge rise from San Fransisco notable, even designing the 2010 Castro Street Fair logo, to an enticing artist who is decidedly one to watch. With 20 paintings, sculptures, and drawings under one roof for the first time ever, “QUEER FROM ZERO TO A HUNDRED” will be a full-throttle glimpse into his highly charged world.
The price for the book is $60 or $100 for a book with a tee shirt!!!! xxoxoox
6pm to 8pm
Theater for the New City
155 1st Avenue
New York, NY 10003-2906
Making fun of ourselves is fun, especially when it’s clever.
This Is Funny, You Should Watch It of the Day: To promote Nico Muhly’sTwo Boys — “a new opera that lifts the lid on the dangers of living our lives online” — the English National Opera sent out an actor to perform familiar Facebook and Twitter actions IRL.
Bonus: Why he went into John Snow holding a sign saying he was “interested in men.”
- This Is Funny, You Should Watch It of the Day (thedailywh.at)