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October 30, 2009 by Ellie

Please do keep 'em rolling in...

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Danilo Morbidoni in Rome

Michael Joo opens at Anton Kern

October 28, 2009 by Ellie

Michael Joo opened at Anton Kern Gallery, New York late last week. Posted are a few images sent by the gallery of their guests and the installations.

Anton Kern Gallery 532 West 20th St. New York NY 10011

Thursday 22 October - Saturday 5 December

All images are Copyright Michael Joo and Courtesy Anton Kern 2009

Anemone, 2009, Bronze, patina and enamel paint, steel base, 73 x 50 x 34 inchesAnemone, 2009, Bronze, patina and enamel paint, steel base, 73 x 50 x 34 inches

Untitled (X-ray Paintings Diptych), 2009,
Oil on canvas on archival ink jet, 72 x 54 inches each

Untitled (X-ray Paintings Diptych), 2009, Oil on canvas on archival ink jet, 72 x 54 inches each

Untitled (X-ray Paintings Diptych), 2009,
Oil on canvas on archival ink jet, 72 x 54 inches each

Untitled (X-ray Paintings Diptych), 2009, Oil on canvas on archival ink jet, 72 x 54 inches each

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Insecticides: Mat Collishaw

October 23, 2009 by Ellie

Haunch of Venison has recently released its limited edition publication on the full series of 'Insecticide' works produced by Mat Collishaw. Included is an essay by the gallery's curator, Nina Miall.

Edition of 500, signed and numbered by the artist. All images Copyright Mat Collishaw, Courtesy Haunch of Venison 2009.

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Josh Cheuse in Rolling Stone

October 22, 2009 by Ellie

Josh Cheuse, creator of Rockers Galore and music photographer extraordinaire, features his work in this month's Rolling Stone magazine - one a shot of a dancing Madonna taken in 1984 and the other of James Mercer and Brian Burton.

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James Mercer/ Brian Burton, Copyright Josh CheuseJames Mercer/ Brian Burton, Copyright Josh Cheuse

Hirst at The Wallace Collection

October 22, 2009 by Ellie

Our first snapshots of Damien's No Love Lost, Blue Paintings which opened last week at The Wallace Collection:

Open from Wednesday 14th October, 2009 - Sunday 24th January, 2010

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Photos from Zoo 2009

October 21, 2009 by Kay

Thanks to all who visited us at Zoo 2009 as per our previous post - please find some images of the fair (and our new products!) below.. For more information on any of the works shown in the photographs please browse our products or contact us!

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Find out more: Fred Tomaselli

October 19, 2009 by Ellie

The magical, detailed, laborious work of Fred Tomaselli comes under the spotlight in this interview between Curator of the Aspen Art Museum, Heidi Zuckerman Jacobson and Flavorwire's Sara Distin. Also includes information on forthcoming shows and a link to The Daily Beast's article on his work.

Read it here and view Fred's t-shirt, available through OC, here.

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