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GILLES ELIE COHEN: VIKINGS & PANTHERS AT ADDICT GALERIE

Vikings & Panthers, a strikingly candid exhibition by documentary photographer Gilles Elie Cohen, has been prolonged until May 2015. Currently on view at Addict Galerie in Paris, the exhibition provides an authentic glimpse into the lives and stories of two Parisian rockabilly gangs, Les Viking and Les Panthers. Taken during the 1980s, Gilles Elie Cohen’s… Read more »

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SOUND AFFECTS: Photographs by Christian Patterson

Published in 2008 and produced together with his Kaune, Sudendorf gallery in Cologne, Germany, “Sound Affects” is a fascinating limited edition monograph put together by New York-based photographer Christian Patterson that showcases a collection of color photographs depicting Memphis, Tennessee, the ‘Birthplace of Rock’n’Roll’ and the ‘Home of the Blues.’

HIP-HOP REVOLUTION: A PHOTO EXHIBITION AT THE MUSEUM OF THE CITY OF NY

The Museum of the City of New York recently opened a new, riveting photographic exhibition featuring more than 100 photographs taken between 1977 and 1990 by three legendary documentary photographers: Martha Cooper, Janette Beckman and Joe Conzo.

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DEW DEW, DEW ITS: A PHOTOBOOK BY HIRO TANAKA

Published by Asian Man Records in 2012, “Dew Dew, Dew Its” is a photobook by Japanese-born photographer Hiro Tanaka. Put together after several years spent shooting and travelling across Europe and America with his friends’ hardcore and punk bands, this collection includes photographs of Cursive, Lawrence Arms, Minus The Bear, Har Mar Superstar, Dillinger Four,… Read more »

FINGERS BLOODY FINGERS: An Animation by Paul Blow and Kee Kow

Award-winning Scottish illustrator Paul Blow recently teamed up with VH1 senior designer Kee Koo to create a new animated short film for VH1.com entitled “The Complete History of Heavy Metal: Fingers Bloody Fingers” which tells the story of the legendary Black Sabbath founding member and guitarist Tony Iommi.

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ANTON CORBIJN: Double Show at Gemeentemuseum & Hague Museum of Photography

To celebrate the sixtieth birthday of photographer and director Anton Corbijn (May 20th, 1955) the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag will open tomorrow, Saturday, March 21st, an extensive retrospective of his work.

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RAFAEL SILVEIRA: Mind’s Eye Funfair

Atomica Gallery in Soho, London, recently collaborated with ATP Festival to present “Mind’s Eye Funfair”, an exhibition of new paintings by Brazilian artist and musician Rafael Silveira. Opening on Thursday, March 19th and running until April 11th , 2015, “Mind’s Eye Funfair” will be the artist’s debut European solo exhibition.   Rafael Silveira’s imaginative work… Read more »

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SANDY KIM: How’s The Weather Down There?

“I often think about my photography and what makes it special, what it is that connects my photos, what I do that makes my photos apart of me, what I do that makes me apart of my photos, and one thing kept coming up: I’m short. Height is one of the most important physical traits… Read more »

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VIET CONG, THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN LOVE AND HATE

If 2015 has started well enough, from a musical viewpoint, it is also due to them, the Viet Cong, who debuted with their self-titled album on 20 January, on Jagjaguwar

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ATIBA JEFFERSON: SO LONG, LONESOME

‘So Long, Lonesome’, Atiba Jefferson’s first European photo exhibition is currently on view at the HVW8 gallery in Berlin. Featuring a nice selection of portraits ranging from basketball (Allen Iverson, Kobe, Kevin Durant), music (Explosions In The Sky, King Krule, Future Islands) to skateboard (Eric Koston, The Gonz and Dylan Rieder) and presented in collaboration… Read more »

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    GILLES ELIE COHEN: VIKINGS & PANTHERS AT ADDICT GALERIE

    Vikings & Panthers, a strikingly candid exhibition by documentary photographer Gilles Elie Cohen, has been prolonged until May 2015. Currently on view at Addict Galerie in Paris, the exhibition provides an authentic glimpse into the lives and stories of two Parisian rockabilly gangs, Les Viking and Les Panthers. Taken during the 1980s, Gilles Elie Cohen’s… Read more »

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    SOUND AFFECTS: Photographs by Christian Patterson

    Published in 2008 and produced together with his Kaune, Sudendorf gallery in Cologne, Germany, “Sound Affects” is a fascinating limited edition monograph put together by New York-based photographer Christian Patterson that showcases a collection of color photographs depicting Memphis, Tennessee, the ‘Birthplace of Rock’n’Roll’ and the ‘Home of the Blues.’

  • HIP-HOP REVOLUTION: A PHOTO EXHIBITION AT THE MUSEUM OF THE CITY OF NY

    The Museum of the City of New York recently opened a new, riveting photographic exhibition featuring more than 100 photographs taken between 1977 and 1990 by three legendary documentary photographers: Martha Cooper, Janette Beckman and Joe Conzo.

  • © Hiro Tanaka, Dew Dew, Dew Its, 2012

    DEW DEW, DEW ITS: A PHOTOBOOK BY HIRO TANAKA

    Published by Asian Man Records in 2012, “Dew Dew, Dew Its” is a photobook by Japanese-born photographer Hiro Tanaka. Put together after several years spent shooting and travelling across Europe and America with his friends’ hardcore and punk bands, this collection includes photographs of Cursive, Lawrence Arms, Minus The Bear, Har Mar Superstar, Dillinger Four,… Read more »

  • FINGERS BLOODY FINGERS: An Animation by Paul Blow and Kee Kow

    Award-winning Scottish illustrator Paul Blow recently teamed up with VH1 senior designer Kee Koo to create a new animated short film for VH1.com entitled “The Complete History of Heavy Metal: Fingers Bloody Fingers” which tells the story of the legendary Black Sabbath founding member and guitarist Tony Iommi.

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    ANTON CORBIJN: Double Show at Gemeentemuseum & Hague Museum of Photography

    To celebrate the sixtieth birthday of photographer and director Anton Corbijn (May 20th, 1955) the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag will open tomorrow, Saturday, March 21st, an extensive retrospective of his work.