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TI IS MAD FOR: OPTOMA'S PALM SIZED VIDEO PROJECTOR

Think what you could do with 10 of these in a  gallery spaceThink what you could do with 10 of these in a gallery space

IN FASHION PHOTO:ART PHOTO EXPO 2008: MIAMI

An All-Star line-up for Ms Campbell at In Fashion Photo 2008An All-Star line-up for Ms Campbell at In Fashion Photo 2008

The roll call of photogs for that Naomi Campbell retrospective at In Fashion Photo is looking very proper ! Stay tuned for an exclusive Q+A with the curators.

CURRENT VIEWING: KEHINDE WILEY: DOWN: DEITCH PROJECTS

Kehinde Wiley, Sleep, 2008, Oil on canvas, 132 x 300 inches (335.3 x 762 cm), Source Imagery: Jean-Bernard RestoutKehinde Wiley, Sleep, 2008, Oil on canvas, 132 x 300 inches (335.3 x 762 cm), Source Imagery: Jean-Bernard Restout

DAZED RULES

King photographed by Hedi Slimane for  Dazed and Confused Jan 2008King photographed by Hedi Slimane for Dazed and Confused Jan 2008

All the young fashion photographers I know are bidding to be in Dazed and Confused, a turn of event I find to be fascinating. Over the past two years a powerful creative team has gelled at the magazine ring-led by the formidable Nichola Formichetti. I love a current project the magazine is currently spinning, to have its readers (well the ones who are under 18 and living in the UK) create their own Dazed cover using images shot by Hedi Slimane.

MIAMI BASEL MOMENT

And there's the party after the party!And there's the party after the party!

Our Miami Basel dance card is filling up fast!

SCOOP DU JOUR: VI DECEMBER 2008

After lobbing the event issue of this year (Vogue Italia July 2008) and stirring up quite a storm with that "Dogging" edit now docked at V Magazine the hype machine has certainly been ruled by Meisel news.

CURRENT READING: CARACOLE: EDMUND WHITE

Caracole by Edmund White won't be made into a film anytime soon. Trust!Caracole by Edmund White won't be made into a film anytime soon. Trust!

"A seduction through language, a masque without masks, Caracole brings back to startling life a dormant strain in serious American writing: the idea of the romantic."--Cynthia Ozick

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