For only the third time in their history, TIME Magazine goes without the famed red border, and opts for a 10th Anniversary, 9/11 silver border instead. Looks pretty great. In fact, that cover looks pretty great.
Not the movies that show the dark side of political life are really that interesting anymore, because the world of caring is over, but Clooney, Gosling, Giamatti, Seymour Hoffman, it is going to be big. And it looks pretty good, too. Screenplay by the Cloon, so the Right won’t see it.
Snoop Dogg, Mike Giant, Aesop Rock, and Bryan Coons are the latest to be featured in the animation portion of Jeremy Fish’s “Listen and Learn” show at Joshua Liner Gallery. Its looks pretty damn good. And we will be there, too. It opens June 21, 2011.
Our sister gallery of FIFTY24SF Gallery just unveiled their 2011 line-up, at least for the first half of the year, and it looks pretty solid. That makes us happy. Good content and coverage coming to the site in the early part of the year.
January: Rico Deniro.
March: Shawn Stussy, Tom Adler, CR Stecyk III. (That is going to be massive).
Hey, Oprah launches her new network that will go live January 1st, and Hermes in Paris opens a new boutique. The former war opponents picked the right time to do battle again, because nobody should care about either thing but everyone is going to care about it anyway. This new Hermes store looks pretty damn fresh.
This looks pretty epic, if things like Larry Gagosian make you say epic, which they probably don’t, but we are going to rephrase that and say that Jean-Francois Bodin’s designs, who did the new Gagosian Gallery in Paris, make this look more epic. So yes, after opening spots in Rome and Athens, Mr Gagosian goes to the land of the Louvre and opened a new space. Two shows in the space open on October 20th, artist Cy Twombly will present some acrylic and wood paintings and Jean Prouvé will show his prefabricated architectures.