Berghain is officially a cultural institution. There are many things the United Kingdom could learn from its German cousins.
The country's open armed approach to the refugee crisis for example; its long-termism in international football; that spicy ketchup they use in currywurst. And now, following the news that Berghain is to have a newly reduced tax rate, we can add the cultural significance it places on nightclubs. More than a muse: larry clark, ryan mcginley, and the late dash snow star in ... Aiden Tuite has been interested in art ever since he was just a kid.
While his childhood days of drawing all over everything have passed, he's certainly immersed himself within New York's burgeoning art scene as one of the coolest young curators on the block. His latest endeavor, More Than a Muse, is a scintillating show that explores the powerful relationship between artist and muse. With both photographer and muse conceived of as artists, the exhibition moves beyond the superficial, unpacking the incredibly emotional and visceral bond between lovers, siblings, parents, children and friends and includes work from some of the art world's finest photographers from Larry Clark and Sandy Kim to Ryan McGinley and the late Dash Snow. Larry Clark How did More Than a Muse come about?
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Rebelling against elitist values and self-reflexive expressionist movement, pop art embraced mundane living experiences, introducing aspects of mass culture and bringing art closer to the new generation of Americans who were starting to experience all benefits of the consumer paradise in the welfare state of post-war America. Pop art employed familiar mass culture imagery from advertisements to other banal objects, wrapping it into sensational and bold color combinations. Richard Hamilton, one of the pop art pioneers used to describe pop art as “popular, transient, expandable, low cost, mass-produced, young, witty, sexy, gimmicky, glamorous, big business”.
All these qualities pop art shared with consumerist culture and fashion industry as one of its main features. It wasn’t long before pop art and fashion merged.