Ken Miller is a writer, editor, consultant and curator. After spending six years editing Tokion, he has moved on to curatorial consulting and curating. One of the things I find most interesting is that his projects tend to be serious in scope and multi-faceted. His book project Shoot: Photography of the Moment (Rizzoli) featured work [...]
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Where do well-known gallerists with tons of street credibility and a storage unit full of a bygone decade’s cultural relics have yard sales? At art galleries of course! Such was the case for Aaron Rose, the multi-talented filmmaker/director/artist/musician/curator and writer who opened his highbrow exhibition cum garage sale, aptly titled, Aaron Rose’s Fire Sale, on [...]
On May 4, a series of books by the Italian photographer Jacopo Benassi were showcased at The Milan Image Art Fair. Among the featured work were the set of photos, The Ecology of Image, and two collaborative works with Kubiat Nnamdie and Pete Voelker titled LaSpezia is Not Miami/ Miami is not LaSpezia and LaSpezia [...]
This weekend was all about Hollywood. In addition to the Oscars, which were as always, a bit lagging. (David Letterman: “The oscars are like a JetBlue flight, you wait for four and a half hours and don’t take off.”) This weekend was also the opening of photographer Terry Richardson’s Terrywood. This marks the first solo [...]
Love him or hate him, photographer Terry Richardson got the keys to the sexiest calendar in the world. Run down to Brazil with the crew and a dozen supermodels to take a look behind the scenes on set, after the break. Video after the jump.