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Jean-Paul Goude

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Postmodernism: Style and Subversion at the Victoria and Albert Museum   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Ron Arad, Jean-Paul Goude, Hans Hollein, Robert Longo, Antonio Lopez, Andy Warhol at Victoria and Albert Museum September 24th, 2011 - January 15th, 2012
Posted 10/10/11
According to Charles Jencks modernism died at 3.30pm on March 15, 1972, when a failed, crime-riddled housing project in Missouri was dynamited. An act that on the one hand concluded the failed project of modernism’s social aspirations, and on the other hand opened up a vacuum of design and ideology that we have come to call PoMo. So starts the tale of how design pondered what to do after modernism. The new show at the V&A tells the early story of postmodernism beautifully, as it develops from Rob... [more]
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Give Beauty Back   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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ORLAN, Lillian Bassman, Gilles Bensimon, Erwin Blumenfeld, Guy Bourdin, William Claxton, Chuck Close, Michel Comte, Patrick Demarchelier, Mary Ellen Mark, Greg Gorman, Jean-Paul Goude, Lauren Greenfield, Philippe Halsman, Horst, Lynn Johnson, David LaChapelle, Paul Lange, Robert Maxwell, Nino Muñoz, Leonard Nimoy, Man Ray, Terry Richardson, Herb Ritts, Matthew Rolston, Norman Jean Roy, Martin Schoeller, Andres Serrano, Melvin Sokolsky, Bert Stern, Tyen, Ellen von Unwerth, Albert Watson, Carrie Mae Weems at Annenberg Space for Photography May 21st, 2011 - November 27th, 2011
Posted 6/6/11
A couple of years back, the New Yorker ran a profile of a person who is usually hidden from the public but who perhaps has a wider handle and power on how we see than any artist or optometrist. He is the best in the world, sought after by both artists like Philip-Lorca DiCorcia as well as almost every high profile magazine, and his job is a simple one, to make people look “better,” more beautiful by tweaking the tragedy of the image that was actually captured by the camera. It is Pascal Dangin’s job to ai... [more]
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