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Masao Yamamoto TORI | Through January 28, 2017

Yancey Richardson Gallery is pleased to share The New Yorker's review on our current exhibition Tori by Masao Yamamoto, on view through January 28, 2017. Masao Yamamoto Through January 28, 2017

Avian photography is a tradition perched between science and art, but Yamamoto leans heavily in the latter direction with these sensitive, impressionistic prints. His small, transcendent pictures feature cranes in empty fields or doves soaring above petal-bedecked ponds. Swans get lost in the snow thanks to low-contrast exposure: birds and precipitation resolve into a vaporous beige. Some prints, including one of an owl looking away from the camera, Garbo-style, are mounted on kakejiku, the hanging scrolls usually reserved for ink paintings; others are subtly numinous, flecked with whispers of gold paint.

ESTHER PERBANDT A/W 2017/18 - one million show photos for you on GoSee

Last night Esther Perbandt once again proved herself to be a designer, visonary, performer, master of ceremony and entertainer. On January 17, 2017 at 8pm, Esther Perbandt presented her latest Autumn/Winter 2017/18 collection on the main stage at Volksbühne during Berlin Fashion Week.

The designer chose to return to Volksbühne for a second time, magically attracted to the venue, which fits her like a second skin. This season, an explosive mix of extraordinary characters from the art, music, theater and design scenes walked for Ester Perbandt, with none other than Germany's first supermodel, the artist Vera von Lehndorff (aka Veruschka), gracing the runway.

With a collection that is electrically avant-garde and anticyclical, the designer created radically visionary garments that play with the slightest of contrasts between black and white, age and gender. In essence, Esther Perbandt stands for effortless androgyny and independence, having made a name for herself internationally through her powerful stage productions. On the stage of the memorable stage designer Bert Neumann,...

David SALLE | 21 Jan - 25 Feb 2017 | Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac Paris Marais

Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac is pleased to announce the upcoming solo exhibition of David Salle, comprising a series of paintings on canvas and paintings on paper. Immediately eye-catching, these new works combine a vibrant palette with a dense and dynamic composition. Salle juxtaposes shapes and heterogeneous images that link the photographic to the painterly, while creating disruptions between black and white areas and bold colour tones. As a whole, the painting gives the impression of a visual collage and marks a step forward in the development of the American painter’s practice.

“Ever since I started painting, I have tried to get the fluidity and surprise of image connection, the simultaneity of film montage, into painting.” (David Salle, 2003)

Following this new impulse, David Salle explores a more direct and gestural relationship with the very matter of painting and colour, to the point of freeing it from all forms of representation. The works on paper are originally based on enlargements of 1960s Life Magazine pages dating back from the artist’s youth. David Salle then...

Editorial Shoot für "GreenChic" Lifestyle Magazin FOGS

Fair und nachhaltig produzierte Wintermäntel fotografierte die Fotografin Janine Graubaum für das grüne Lifestyle Magazin FOGS. Nicht nur dass Thema und Styling/Nelly Hohmann einen ökologischen aber coolen Anspruch hatten, auch das Make-up für Model Zoe/Viva Models wurde von Sarah Belszynski mit Organic-Produkten geschminkt.

Sevens for Ebay


Amelie celebrates Christmas in her eBay campaign at the end of November. Looks like fun!

Model: Amelie

Photographer: PJ Shaughnessy (L.A)

SEVENS for Audi in Spain

The team shooted in Caudé/ Spain.
It was a huge fun and a lot of excitement for SEVENS model Khi.

Photograph: Anke Luckmann
Production: Production World