The Selby is in your PlaceMarch 30th – May 2nd: The Selby is in your Place by Todd Selby started in June 2008 with this simple premise: exploring the ways one’s personal space reflects one’s personality, documenting creative people in their creative environment. Todd set out to photograph and document his friends in their respective environment and began posting daily the recording of these sessions on a website, aptly named The Selby . Friends were soon followed by friends of friends —authors, actors, curators, directors, painters, performers and designers, filmed and photographed in their odd, fun, quirky, bohemian, clean, colorful, messy, irreverent, intimate, and always surprising spaces. By mid-summer, the site was garnering up to 30,000 hits a day, its subjects spanning New York, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Mexico, London and Paris.
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Paris+ par Art Basel (or by Art Basel if you don’t speak French !) is the name of Art Basel’s […]
The dark canvases in the show Illuminations have such an extraordinary clarity, it’s as if a camera had been taken into someone’s dreams.
The western profile and marketability of contemporary Asian art has risen sharply in recent years, principally through the Japanese Gutai (‘concrete’) and Mona-ha (‘school of things’) and the Korean Dansaekhwa (‘monochrome painting’) schools, with their distinctive titles
If the various editions of Frieze and Art Basel are the market leaders in fairs, then FIAC in Paris (16-20 Oct) is not far behind.