Hervè Guibert – images

Hervé Guibert (14 December 1955 – 27 December 1991) was a French writer and photographer. The author of numerous novels and autobiographical studies, he played a considerable role in changing French public attitudes to AIDS. He was a close friend of Michel Foucault. Guibert was born in Saint-Cloud, Hauts-de-Seine, to a middle-class family and spent… Read more »

The Hidden Men

4 men. 4 ropes to the sky. A legendary piece – not just – about the “men’s world”. Beyond being a beautiful work about the masculine body (why is it almost never shown the way female body is?) and the use of space and falls as tools of a choreographic expression, the piece is an… Read more »

Arca – Thievery

‘Thievery’ is taken from the forthcoming Arca album ‘Xen’ available November 3rd (4th in US) on Mute and is an artistic project in collaboration with Jesse Kanda.  Japanese-born, Canadian-raised Jesse Kanda and venezuelan producer Arca, aka Alejandro Ghersi met online together on an artistic community when Kanda was 15 and Arca was 13. They know each other in… Read more »

C215 – “Love”

Je dédie cette oeuvre à tous ceux qui s’aiment. C215 c215.fr   C215, is the moniker of Christian Guémy, a French street artist hailing from Paris who has been described as “France’s answer to Banksy”. C215 primarily uses stencils to produce his art. His first stencil work was put up in 2006, but he has… Read more »

Jean Cocteau anniversary

Video: Jean Cocteau – Le Sang d’un Poete Audio: Massive Attack – Paradise Circus remixed by Gui Boratto From the desk of ELP 2012 Jean Maurice Eugène Clément Cocteau (5 July 1889 – 11 October 1963) was a French poet, novelist,dramatist, designer, playwright, artist and filmmaker. Cocteau is best known for his novel Les Enfants Terribles (1929), and… Read more »

Cristina Garcia Rodero

  “I tried to photograph the mysterious, true and magical soul of popular Spain in all its passion, love, humor, tenderness, rage, pain, in all its truth; and the fullest and most intense moments in the lives of these characters as simple as they are irresistible, with all their inner strength, as a pe ”… Read more »

Alexander Kargaltsev a russian in NYC

Alexander Kargaltsev is an artist, writer, photographer, actor and film director. In this last capacity he won many prizes including his short movies, The Cell (2010) and The Well (2009), both made when the Moscow-born author held a scholarship at the All-Russian State University of Cinematography, the home of most of the greats of Russian… Read more »

Othon – Dawn Yet To Come – featuring Ernesto Tomasini

Othon – Dawn Yet To Come – featuring Ernesto Tomasini Director: Predrag Pajdic Director of Photography: Lois Froud Editing: Predrag Pajdic & Sebastian Collins Post-Production: strip.fm Shot on locations in Paris, London, Salvador and Algodoes, Bahia, Brazil Year of Production 2013/2014

Lin Jinfu

Lin Jinfu, born in China in 1978 lives and works in Pequin, China. Graduated from the School of Arts and Crafts Sculpture Department of Fujian.    

The Misfortune Of Desire

Sarah Piantadosi and Ellie Grace Cumming capture Manflu’s Aza Shade in a striking fashion film featuring a soundtrack by Lydia Lunch

La Monnaie • New season 2014-2015 • Pierre Debusschere

La Monnaie commissioned Belgian filmmaker, visual artist and photographer Pierre Debusschere to create an original series of artworks to accompany our season. The digitally reworked photographs he created, blur the boundaries between the photography and painting, realistic body and its archetypical manifestation… inviting the spectator to the meditation on the ontology of the sin and… Read more »

Zach Gold – Milk

Debuting at Art Basel Miami 2009, this film was shot in collaboration with the highly acclaimed dance company Gallim Dance and choreographed by Andrea Miller. Zach Gold uses the renowned quality of his photography and applies it to film, creating an engrossing series of environmental relationships, tension and peace. Director: Zach Gold Models: Gallim Dance,… Read more »