Art This Week in NY, LA, and Everywhere Else


From John Giorno in NY to Jerry Hsu in LA to RIME in Paris, here is a list of openings to attend across the globe.

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“We used to sell around 50 a month… Since the controversy (in October) we’ve moved more than a thousand”


In a curious response to Paul McCarthy’s ‘Tree’ sculpture, Parisians are buying up butt plugs like it’s nobody’s business.



Larry Clark’s New Kids by Pamela Pianezza

Twenty years after Larry Clark reinvented street cinema with Kids, he’s doing it all over again with a crew of young Parisians. 
They tell us about the perils of working with genius

Art Openings Across The Globe

Tom Sachs
March 29, 2014 – May 3, 2014

Opening March 29, 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Galerie Thaddeus Ropac
7 Rue Debelleyme
FR-75003 Paris

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Picture of the Day


André Kertész

Parisian Passages (les passages couverts)


A strolling tour under the glass in the city of lights.

Installation View: Keith Haring – The Political Line

A large retrospective of Keith Haring’s work focusing on the diversity of his socio-political iconography. The exhibition—which was made possible in part by Citizens of Humanity—is on view at Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris through August 19th.

Photos courtesy of Angelique Groh and The Keith Haring Foundation

Parisian Neighborhoods Described Through Kinetic Typography

via, openculture



I always want to pronounce this like Method Man’s Tical. Anyway, our friend Alexandra wrote up a nice piece on the Parisian brand’s new collection over on her website. Check it out.

“I’m not really a fighter but I’ve never backed down from anyone in Paris.”

The lol-so-threatening “Paris” Pete Doherty. (He runs away in England)

Kenzo Digital x Kenzo Paris

Our boy Kenzo Digital killed it with this digital jungle projection at the recent Kenzo fashion show in Paris.