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The Best of Robert Mapplethorpe
His work often combined paradoxical elements, such as light and dark or sacrilege and purity. Mapplethorpe is a legacy in the photography world for his work in making photography an integral part of the fine art world. For these reasons, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the J. Paul Getty Museum have decided to simultaneously display Mapplethorpe’s work until July 31st.July 19, 2016
Old NY Aquatics Building Transformed into a Vibrant Installation
The limitless use of a spray gun is putting on the spectacular show, Rockaway! this summer at Fort Tilden. German artist, Katharina Grosse, known for her large scale work with spray paint, utilizes neon orange and pink spray-paint on an abandoned aquatics building.July 12, 2016
The Anthro'POLO'gist: Tom Gould and the History of Lo Life
If you’ve seen it, you haven’t forgotten it: Action Bronson hurtling across the desert on a Harley, high on acid, bare chest adorned with tats that shout anarchy beneath the open military jacket, his face contorted in agony and ecstasy. This psychedelic vision made “Easy Rider” one of the most memorable rap videos in recent history—a credit to the Queens demigod, of course—but also to the director responsible for the mind-bending LSD trip, Tom Gould.July 12, 2016
Yoko D’Holbachie is "The Alchemist"
Last Rites Gallery is pleased to announce The Alchemist, a solo exhibition of works by Yoko D’Holbachie, on view at 325 W 38th Street from June 9th - August 6th , 2016. D’holbcahie’s opening reception will be held on July 9thh, 6pm, at Last Rites Gallery. With this new collection of paintings, Yoko D’Holbachie aims her vivid imagination at her everyday life in Japan and turns her world into a manifesto of fantasy with achingly precise and surreal detail.July 07, 2016
PH & HBA by Pieter Hugo book signing
In early 2016, Pieter Hugo travelled to Jamaica to shoot a series of provocative portraits on male porn stars and Gully Queens, a vilified gay community in Kingston who live in a gully (or drain) beneath the city, wearing seminal pieces of the Hood by Air archive.June 27, 2016
Bunny Yeager "How I Photograph Myself"
The ironic innocence of Bunny Yeager’s pin-up format compositions is palpable in the current pop-historical climate in which pornography is an explosive international industry, with a panoramic range between entertaining and damaging. In such a climate today, Yeager’s work, and even her pseudonym “Bunny,” operate like time capsules from a softer, less harsh, more voluptuous day.May 18, 2016