Posted by Fabio 31 March 2011

Fridrik Thor Fridriksson’s Erotic Tale On Top Down Under it’s set on different continents, on opposite corners of the world (Australia and Iceland) – yet linked by real time and parallel occurrences that almost impinge on each other. Thus, words would only disturb. Quite simply, the story has to be told by challenging the viewer to accept the logic of coincidence and suspending for a moment the natural laws of the universe.

Stephan Tillmans

Posted by Fabio 30 March 2011

The Luminant Point Arrays by photographer Stephan Tillmans, show tube televisions in the moment they are swithed off. The television picture breaks down and creates a structure of light. The pictures refuse external reference and broach the issue of the difference between abstraction and concretion in photography. The breakdown of the television picture discribes the breakdown of the reference. The product is self-referential photography. read more

Two dogs dining in busy restaurant

Posted by Fabio 30 March 2011

Two dogs dining in a busy restaurant. This is hilarious! These dogs certainly learned self-control. Worth watching! Buon Appetito.

Vivian Maier

Posted by Fabio 29 March 2011

Vivian Maier was an American amateur street photographer who was born in New York but grew up in France, and after returning to the U.S., worked for about forty years as a nanny in Chicago. During those years she took about 100,000 photographs, primarily of people and cityscapes most often in Chicago. Her photographs remained unknown and mostly undeveloped until they were discovered by a local historian, John Maloof, in 2007.

YELLO issue01

Posted by Fabio 29 March 2011

YELLO is a new kind of media: made by artists, but open to all. YELLO is an art book that will be published once every three months, with a different artist curating every issue. The content and concept of each issue will depend on the curator. The most important feature of the book is that it originates with the artists. The artists themselves manage how they release their own work. read more

tUnE-yArDs – “Bizness” (Dir. Mimi Cave)

Posted by Fabio 29 March 2011

The directorial debut of Mimi Cave and choreographed by Sonia Reiter, the video perfectly encapsulates the youthful energy that courses throughout tUnE-yArDs’ sonic make-up and the sheer joie de vivre that characterises Merrill Garbus’ performances. ‘Bizness’ is taken from the band’s second album, w h o k i l l, released on 18th April. read more

Norwegian Wood

Posted by Fabio 28 March 2011

The official trailer for director Anh Hung Tran’s adaptation of Haruki Murakami’s bestselling novel Norwegian Wood. The soundtrack for the film features an instrumental score by Jonny Greenwood performed by the BBC Concert Orchestra and the Emperor Quartet, as well as three tracks written and performed by CAN. If you watch one film this year, make it this one!


Posted by Fabio 28 March 2011

In 1999, Alessandra Sanguinetti began working on a series of photographs documenting the lives of two young cousins named Guille and Belinda on their family’s farm outside Buenos Aires. Cultivating an intimate relationship with the pair, Ms. Sanguinetti collaborated with the girls for the next nine years, constructing images inspired by the dreams, fantasies, and fears that accompany the psychological and physical transition from childhood to adulthood.