Archive for October, 2009
Carmen Freudenthal (photographer) and Elle Verhagen (stylist) have been working as a photographer/ creative team since 1989. Their collaboration with fashion designers, performers and other artists results in a wide variety of work, which is, at the same time, always recognizable by a typical humoristic approach of daily life and an undeniable own style, using and abusing contemporary imagery and (photo)graphic techniques.
Takashi Murakami shows a new major work at Gagosian Gallery (NY).
“In this new work, Murakami depicts the legend of the Karajishi or “China-lion”, the mythological animal that guards the thresholds of Japanese Buddhist temples, separating sacred precincts from secular areas, averting evil, and promoting happiness and joy.”
Shohei draws stunning pictures with a ball-point pen.
Olaf Breuning Skeletons installed in the garden of Villa Medici (Rome – 2002).
Tia Pulitzer has a thing for deers…