Nepenthes Japan: "Fragments"22/06/2012
Nepenthes Japan have enlisted the artistic direction of Yuriko E. for a 3-part series of photographs entitled "Fragments". The beautiful images showcase a number of women's pieces from the Engineered Garments FWK collection, whilst dealing with the tedium of ordinary urban life.
Source - Nepenthes Japan
Open Field ROLU Residency22/06/2012
London Collections: A Child of the Jago Soundtrack22/06/2012
A Child of the Jago Co-Founder Simon 'Barnzley' Armitage made a selecton of 7" vinyl to play at their London Collections: Men presentation, which was held at House of St Barnabus, a magnificent Georgian building in the heart of Soho.
'The Train' by Ray Charles
'Hurts So Good' by Susan Cadogan
'Over You' by Aaron Neville
'Who Do You love' by Bo Diddley
'I Trim The Barber' by King Tubby
'Police Car' by Larry Wallis
'Three Piece Suit' by Trinity
'Honey Hush' by Johnny Burnette
Andrew Bunney and Rupert Smyth
Derek Ridgers: Selected Works for BUNNEY
On Thursday 7th June, English jewelers Bunney launched their first exhibition at Dover Street Market. Continuing from the first Bunney paper, this exhibition features selected works from classic London photographer Derek Ridgers.
Photographer - James Munro
London Collections: Katie Eary Soundtrack21/06/2012
Post New: Who was the DJ or who chose the music?
Katie Eary: I didnt have a DJ, but I was hanging with Mano and Mike Dean just before Kanye's WWT [Watch The Throne] 02 performance. Mano played me the 'God save the Queen' track, and I was like, you have to let me use that for the show!!! The other 2 tracks were Kanye Wests 'Mercy' featuring Big Sean and Pusha T, and Wacka Flocka's 'Round Of Applause' which are my faves right now and seemed quite apt for the show.
London Collections: Lou Dalton Soundtrack21/06/2012
Brave cat Lou Dalton was literally the first to bring models down the runway at London Collections: Men, showing at The Hospital Club. Horse Meat Disco's Jim Stanton matched tracks to the show's running order, opening with 'Saturn Strobe' by Pantha Du Prince, followed by 'I Want More' by Can, and 'Cycle Eyes' by Cosmonaughts (Psychemagik mix), and then for the finale, 'Eyes Without A Face' by Billy Idol.
Josiah McElheny: Some Thoughts About The Average Body20/06/2012
It is a particularly exciting time for Josiah McElheny, with three museum exhibitions displaying the diversity of subjects with which he is involved: currently on view through July 20 at Whitechapel Gallery, London is a year-long installation The Past is a Mirage I'd Left Far Behind, in part a meditation on abstraction in film throughout the twentieth century. Over the course of the next nine months two U.S. museums will present separate survey exhibitions of McElheny's work.
Source - Andrea Rosen Gallery