Magazine Keizo Shimizu by Megumi Sakaguchi Mark Borthwick by Dave Potes Buy online INVENTORY Volume 04 Number 08 Spring-Summer 2013 FEATURES Gottlund Verlag Cone Mills Raif Adelberg RECOLLECTIONS Keizo Shimizu Solo Exhibition by the New York Artist Liam Everett at Paul Kasmin Gallery Project Space NEW YORK, NY.-Paul Kasmin Gallery Project space, in collaboration with Romer Young Gallery, San Francisco, present a solo exhibition by the New York artist Liam Everett. Everett’s installation Cura consists of a recent group of paintings, which the artist refers to as the “eclipse paintings.” Working with acrylic, salt and alcohol, Everett’s paintings both “record and arrest a seemingly alchemical process” and reflect his continued exploration of the perceptual experience. Focusing on the motion of light and its inherent ambiguity as an entity tied, inseparably, to our temporal reality, Everett establishes an immediate, hyper-present relationship with the now.
Documented No. 8: Music Issue-Part 2 (Issue no-8-music-part2) Love me or leave me. Theme Music 01 Magazine Music Playlist Apartamento - an everyday life interiors magazine Featuring: Trix & Robert Haussmann, Omar Souleyman, Atsuki Kikuchi, Rose McGowan, Ken Done, Scott Ewalt, Sara Sachs & Frederik Jacobi, Scott Sternberg, Christoph Ruckhäberle, Chung Eun Mo, Aurélien Arbet & Jérémie Egry, Smiljan Radic, Piero Gandini, Jolanthe Kugler, Francesco Zanot, Genesis P-Orridge With Murray Moss’ collection of work by Enzo Mari and a comic by Andy Rementer and Margherita Urbani Issue #31/ ref. Issue #31 / ref. The Summer issue of Foam Magazine reflects deeply on relationships between photography and reference. Ref. presents eight portfolios which refer each in their own way to other photos, a specific visual style or language, or to stereotypical visual elements that we recognize from other photographic genres. They are all portfolios that recognize that nothing exists in splendid isolation. Included is a major portion of the project Then & Now by the prominent American artist Ed Ruscha.
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Workshop with Brenda Ann Kenneally The Hinterlands has organised a 6-day intensive workshop in Devon with highly-acclaimed photographer Brenda Ann Kenneally. For her first UK workshop, Kenneally will deliver her own bespoke programme designed to unravel the inner workings of photographic practice in order to discover photographers’ individual voices. Included in the workshop are: one-on-one sessions with Keneally to discuss exisiting work or work in progress, daily photographic tasks set in the local area, group discussion and brainstorming, evening talks with guest speakers and practical production and technical guidance. Taking place 24-29 June 2012, the workshop places are strictly limited. For more information and to book, visit The Hinterlands website: www.thehinterlands.co.uk inShare0
Anatomy was never so colorful: Lorenzo Vitturi's latest work A 2010 short documentary about the Ridley Road Market by Adam Ryzman. The Ridley Road Market Exotic fruit and vegs, meat and fish, clothes and fabrics in Africa-inspired patterns and bright colours; sellers promoting their products using the oldest of marketing techniques: yelling at passers-by to take a look at their goods; and people walking around the stalls, considering their purchases. It’s the Ridley Road Market, a bustling street market in the district of Dalston, London. Lorenzo Vitturi’s Dalston Anatomy This crowded, multiethnic and colourful market inspired Venice-based photographer Lorenzo Vitturi to make Dalston Anatomy, a project which makes use of photography, sculpture and painting at the same time (as is often the case in Vitturi’s works) and a testament to Vitturi’s unrestrained, imaginative talent.