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TI DATE: NADA 2014 + ART BASEL MIAMI BEACH: DEC 4-7th

An art fair  that vigorously pursues the goal of exploring new or underexposed art.An art fair that vigorously pursues the goal of exploring new or underexposed art.

NADA’s fair is held in parallel with Art Basel Miami Beach and is recognized as a much needed alternative assembly of the world’s youngest and strongest art galleries dealing with emerging Contemporary Art. It is the only major American art fair to be run by a non-profit organization.

TI PREVIEW: DOUBLE MAGAZINE #28 : PART TWO

From the forthcoming DOUBLE MAGAZINE #28.From the forthcoming DOUBLE MAGAZINE #28.

And now we dive into the well of the audacious new Double, complete with contributions by Jamie Hawkesworth, Marie Chaix, Heji Shin, Jodie Barnes and Camille Bidault Waddington. The taste point displayed is immaculate!

CRUSHfanzine and Marianne Boesky Gallery Presents "Something Beautiful" : Curated by CRUSHfanzine: Until Dec 20th (NYC)

Between youth and maturity, between the ideal and the true.Between youth and maturity, between the ideal and the true.

Marianne Boesky Gallery is pleased to present Something Beautiful, a group show curated by Nicolas Wagner and Khary Simon of CRUSHfanzine. This exhibition uses the lens of contemporary photographic portraiture to examine the ideals of youth as a product of memory and the wisdom of hindsight. Like a daydream, the works on view propose the fleeting sensuality of a fantasy, coupled with the sense of loss that comes from a jolt back to reality—a juxtaposition analogous to the journey from childhood to adulthood.

TI PREVIEW: DOUBLE MAGAZINE #28

TI's love of Double magazine is well documented and every new issue is a cause for celebration!TI's love of Double magazine is well documented and every new issue is a cause for celebration!

Harbinger of a new taste, a window into the by laws and by ways of contemporary Paris, a visually rich book with the kind of intelligence that would have made Deleuze and Guattari break into wild applause…you get the ideal ! TI's love of Double magazine is well documented and every new issue is a cause for celebration! Here's to fashion fearlessly renewing itself.

Current Viewing: Goshka Macuga : Madness And Ritual: Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle

This exhibition seeks to put the mental state of the art world to the test.This exhibition seeks to put the mental state of the art world to the test.

A prime example of the new modes of presentation that art can engage and that fashion should watch. Closely.

Current Viewing: Paul McCarthy Chocolate Factory : Monnaie de Paris 11, Quai de Conti - Paris: Until Jan 4 2015

Plutôt incroyable et fascinante cette Chocolate Factory de McCarthy!Plutôt incroyable et fascinante cette Chocolate Factory de McCarthy!

A l’occasion de sa réouverture, la Monnaie de Paris présente Chocolate Factory, une exposition de Paul McCarthy qui s’installe dans les nouveaux espaces d’exposition rénovés de la Monnaie de Paris, marquant ainsi le début d’une nouvelle ère de la programmation d’art contemporain.
Figure majeure de la scène artistique internationale et une source d’inspiration pour de nombreux artistes, toutes générations confondues, Paul McCarthy insuffle l’énergie et la capacité de réinvention permanente propre à Los Angeles dans cette première exposition personnelle d’envergure dans une institution française. Créée pour la première fois il y a sept ans à New York, cette adaptation à Paris de Chocolate Factory reprend les bases de sa précédente installation, tout en utilisant le décalage contextuel, du décor white cube et austère de la galerie Maccarone à la flamboyante et baroque Salle Guillaume Dupré, pour transformer et faire évoluer le projet.

CURRENT VIEWING: In. Border. Deep : Pierre Huyghe : Hauser & Wirth (London)

The ‘Human Mask’ film is inspired by a real situation in Japan, in which a monkey has been trained to work as a waitress.The ‘Human Mask’ film is inspired by a real situation in Japan, in which a monkey has been trained to work as a waitress.

A monkey masked as a Japanese child, lilies stolen from Monet’s garden and a stone sculpture that’s warm to the touch are but a few of the unexpected elements at Pierre Huyghe sensational new London show at Hauser & Wirth. Building on the garden he created in a huge park in Kassel at the last Documenta, with its live, wandering dogs and an entire manipulated ecosystem, Huyghe's current expansion of his oeuvre positions him as one of the current masters of cultural spectacle. Scale it seems is the new battleground for art stardom. Yes we said that dirty word. Press release post-jump.

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