• Simmons + Burke: Free Flow

    Los Angeles based collaborators Case Simmons and Andrew Burke, better known as the collective Simmons and Burke, revel in the visual cacophony of the depths of Google and cyberspace.  By culling thousands of images from disparate sources inspired by themes of popular culture, kitsch, the cult, and the surreal, they construct Palettes whereby the source […]

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  • Terry Richardson: Lost in Terrywood

    Celebrated international fashion photographer Terry Richardson employs a signature snapshot aesthetic in his work for Gucci, Levis, Jimmy Choo, and Tom Ford, editorial for Vogue, Harpers Bizarre and GQ as well as the candid portraits taken in his New York City studio.  The implementation of low-tech mediums like point and shoot cameras proves that it […]

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  • Jordan Fox: The Power of Appearance

    Jordan Fox defies categories but defines them as well.  The New York based performer believes the human body is a blank canvas and with the right combination of couture and makeup he can adopt any persona imaginable.  Tony Chavira speaks with Fox about the influence of sexuality, eroticism and the fluidity of gender.   Tony […]

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  • Rebecca Manson: Manson Chaos

    Rebecca Manson is a sculptor whose belief and process partially lay in the hands of chaos.  She’s a rebellious one, who has taken the rules of classic pottery and thrown them out the window.  If she’s using clay that can only handle a heat rating of 100 degrees, she immediately turns the kiln up a […]

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  • Alicia Ross: Jumpstitch

    “What is the most beautiful in virile men is something feminine; what is most beautiful in feminine women is something masculine.” -Susan Sontag   In the Motherboard series nude female subjects are suspended mid plane while thin chords crisscross around their exposed nude bodies.  Rendered in a series of cross, straight and jump stitches, the […]

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  • Keisuke Shirota: Plates + Slides

    Installation Magazine was introduced to the work of Japanese-born artist Keisuke Shirota last year at PULSE Los Angeles.  Galerie Stefan Röpke presented Installation with a limited edition copy of A Sense of Distance, a collection of Shirota’s works wherein the photographic plane is manipulated by a deft painterly hand.  The works are beautiful and haunting […]

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