Olaf Breuning

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Purple Fashion F/W 2014
Issue 22

 

Featuring Paul McCarthy, Barbara Kruger, Marianne Faithfull, Olaf Breuning, Paris Hilton, Toilet Paper, Jean-Luc Godard, Bob Nickas, Larry Clark, the first issue of “Purple Travel” and a Tom Sachs studio book from Purple Books, plus much more.

Purple is a bi-annual fashion and art magazine that celebrates the work of the best and most relevant figures in fashion, photography and contemporary art from around the world.

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Hegdehaugsveien 3
STANDARD (OSLO)


This cloth-bound volume documents the first seven years (2005-2012) of STANDARD (OSLO), a contemporary art gallery in Norway, at their first location of Hegdehaugsveien 3.  During which time work was exhibited by Matias Faldbakken, Kim Hiorthøy, Michaela Meise, Johanna Billing, Claire Fontaine, David Lieske, Cory Arcangel, Martin Boyce, Gardar Eide Einarsson, Tauba Auerbach,  Torbjørn Rødland, Josh Smith, Marius Engh, Emily Wardill, Franz West, Sister Corita Kent, Edvard Munch, Franz West, Alex Hubbard,  Hans-Peter Feldmann, Oscar Tuazon, Raymond Pettibon, Lucy McKenzie, Olaf Breuning, Roe Ethridge, Uwe Henneken, Ricky Swallow, Richard Prince, Adam McEwen, Camilla Løw, Jutta Koether, Dan Rees, Fredrik Værslev, and many more.

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Modern Matter #4

Modern Matter’s fourth issue, Made In USA, is a collaboration with London’s ICA gallery, created on the eve of a major retrospective by the New York-based art collective, the Bernadette Corporation (making it the first independent magazine to act as an ICA partner). Its cover star is the iconic American actress, Chloë Sevigny; the issue’s content is themed, in part, around the dual ideals of Art and America, and includes an exploration of the New York art scene.

Sevigny has collaborated with both the Bernadette Corporation and with the issue’s cover photographer Mark Borthwick for a number of years, notably starring in the Corporation’s film Get Rid of Yourself, and being shot by Borthwick for several iconic magazine spreads in the mid-nineties. In this exclusive shoot, those original – and memorable – images are introduced into a visual conversation with new material created for Modern Matter: the result is an intimate exploration of collective, dialogue and creative collaboration.

Made In USA also contains:

A re-staging of the archives of the photographer MARK BORTHWICK, featuring long-term collaborators CHLOE SEVIGNY, RITA ACKERMANN and Gang Gang Dance’s LIZZI BOUGATSOS.

A history of SEMIOTEXT(E), with SYLVERE LOTRINGER, HEDI EL KHOLTI and CHRIS KRAUS.

Art & America: A New York Story, featuring GEDI SIBONY, RAFAEL ROZENDAAL, MAURIZIO CATTELAN, MAX SNOW, MATHEW CERLETTY, BJARNE MELGAARD, ERIK FOSS & more.

A visual essay by RITA ACKERMANN, comprised of her memories of working with the BERNADETTE CORPORATION.

Spring/Summer 2013 menswear by ANDREA SPOTORNO, featuring RAF SIMONS, SAINT LAURENT BY HEDI SLIMANE and PRADA.

Neo Campari, an original artwork by VICTOR BOULLET.

Situation, featuring clothing by DRIES VAN NOTEN and artworks by SARAH LUCAS.

& more.

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The Future of Art: A Manual
Ingo Niermann

With guidance by Thomas Bayrle, Olaf Breuning, Genesis and Lady Jaye Breyer P-Orridge, Olafur Eliasson, Harald Falckenberg, Boris Groys, Damien Hirst, Gregor Jansen, Terence Koh, Gabriel von Loebell, Marcos Lutyens, Philomene Magers, Antje Majewski, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Thomas Olbricht, Friedrich Petzel, and Tobias Rehberger; and commentary by Chus Martínez

In 1831 Honoré de Balzac wrote a short story, “The Unknown Masterpiece,” in which he invented the abstract painting. Almost 200 years later, writer Ingo Niermann tries to follow in his footsteps to imagine a new epoch-making artwork. Together with the artist Erik Niedling he starts searching for the future of art and, seeking advice, meets key figures of the art world.

Including the DVD The Future of Art by Erik Niedling and Ingo Niermann (HD, 157 min.).

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