29.01.17 by Staff

Illustrator Spotlight: Alice Wietzel

A selection of work by Paris-based illustrator Alice Wietzel. See more images below.

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26.01.17 by Staff

Photographer Spotlight: Osma Harvilahti

A selection of photos by Paris-based photographer Osma Harvilahti. Click here for previous posts. More images below.

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13.01.17 by Staff

“Cannot Take Photo” by Artist Taylor Holland

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Eating a Book

 

You may remember American artist Taylor Holland from his brilliantly absurd “FRA[MES]” project we featured a few years back (click here for previous posts). A father now, Holland’s latest project chronicles his failed attempts to document his son’s first year of life.

Due to an iPhone frequently lacking memory, rather than a series of clearly recorded moments, what Holland has instead is a collection of blurry approximations of the photos that would have been. See more bittersweet out-of-storage notifications from “Cannot Take Photo” below!

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02.12.16 by Staff

Photographer Spotlight: Fred Lahache

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A selection of recent work by Paris-based photographer Fred Lahache (click here for previous post). More images below!

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24.11.16 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Claire Trotignon

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New work by Paris-based artist Claire Trotignon (click here for previous post). More images below.

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23.11.16 by Staff

Photographer Spotlight: Marion Berrin

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A selection of recent work by Paris-based photographer Marion Berrin (click here for previous post). More images below.

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11.11.16 by Staff

Deliberately Non-Functional Tableware Collection by Studio Dessuant Bone

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Paris-based Studio Dessuant Bone created a collection of blue wire cutlery and dishes that, set against a grid paper, appear like sketches or volume drawings. Made as part of an exhibition involving the theme of fasting, see more images from the “Fasted” Tableware Series below.

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18.10.16 by Staff

“The Misfortunes of François Jane” by Patrick Pearse

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Australian-born filmmaker Patrick Pearse’s latest film is an exploration of the human psyche as it charts the internal journey of a young man and the woman with whom he becomes obsessed.

Set in Paris, the two characters feed off one another and their surroundings, even as they each inhabit their own delusional worlds. Blurring the boundaries between François Jane’s ideal and his reality, Pearse veers into the surreal.

“The Misfortunes of François Jane” premieres at the Guggenheim in New York October 24th (you can RSVP to the premiere here), with a live performance by composer Graz Mulcahy. Watch the trailer and see more images from the film below!

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