‘porte folios’

SNAPHONE untitled gallery

Wednesday, March 19th, 2014

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SNAPHONE untitled gallery
Here is presented a snapshot photo gallery exclusively made with an iPhone. Art is everywhere and everything might be Art!
Photo by Pascal Gillet 

LOS ANGELES syndicate vacation

Tuesday, January 28th, 2014

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Los Angeles syndicate vacation! — don’t leave without your West Coast Playlist!
photo by Leila Samïi.

— Barefoot In Beverly Hills by Grace Jones
— California Vacation by The Game, Snoop Dogg & Xzibit
— Comin’ into Los Angeles by Arlo Guthrie
— From New York To L.A. by Patsy Gallant
— Hollywood by America
— It Ain’t Necessarily Bird Avenue by Spanky & Our Gang
— L.A. by Neil Young
— Pacific Coast Highway by Sonic Youth
— Say Goodbye to Hollywood by Eminem
— Sunset Strip by Courtney Love
— Wrong Way to Hollywood by Wall of Voodoo

L.12.12 by Charles Freger

Saturday, December 21st, 2013

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 L.12.12 by Charles Freger

On the occasion of 80th anniversary of L.12.12 (the iconic polo shirt Lacoste and its famous crocodile) the artistic director of the brand Felipe Oliveira Baptista has called upon photographer Charles Freger. He is a photographer of groups, codes and uniforms: his approach is both artistic and documentary, making him the ideal partner for this tribute. The result is a book  L.12.12 edited by Steidl.
Photo report by Pascal Gillet

WWW.LACOSTE.COM

SEBASTIAN GROSS OSSA homeland

Tuesday, December 17th, 2013

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SEBASTIAN GROSS OSSA homeland

Recently, I visited my friend Sebastian Gross and his painting studio in Brooklyn to check out a serie he had been working on. Upon walking in, I was greeted by his cat and a glass of prosecco. I spoke to Ossa, regarding his number one influence, german artist Neo Rauch (whose work echoes industrial evolution in urban landscapes) as well as painting influences (deriving from Cubism, Expressionism, and Surrealism), style ranging whenever devised and felt necessary. Within his studio process, Ossa uses real time photographs taken on location, particularly of those in his life and scales them on his stretched canvas. He then creates a luminous atmosphere of great heights, improvised activities, industrial layouts, branding and advertisement overload (his signature is Anti-Gravity), various architectures, and Fifth-Element like vehicles, including flying FedEx automobiles and spaceships (for the thread of conversation regarding modern civilization).
— Born in Chile, Sebastian Gross Ossa now works and lives in the neighborhood of Williamsburg, located in Brooklyn, NY.
— He was previously represented by Pablo’s Birthday art gallery located in downtown Manhattan.

Words and report by Taylor Ghrist

WWW.GROSSOSSA.COM

CHARLES FREGER, OutreMer

Thursday, September 26th, 2013

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Charles Fréger, OutreMer project , in a single word, which in French refers to the colour navy blue. He takes photographic portraits of “legionnaires” who are photographed upon the volcanic lands of Djibouti and are joined by naval officers from Toulon and Nouméa…

Outremer
Toulon Museum of Art
27 September – 17 November 2013

Villa Noailles, Hyères
21 November 2013 – 12 January 2014