That’s the theme of this French tumblr featuring audio recordings of sexual noises from neighbors.
CLASSIC presents this group show as part of Arts Le Havre 2012 – Contemporary Art Biennial.
Featuring: Ken Kagami, Andrew Jeffrey Wright, Julien Couic, Barry McGee, Jesse Geller, Isaac T. Lin, Dan Murphy & Jacob Ciocci.
On view until October 26th 2012.
Arts Le Havre
Musée Maritime et Portuaire
Quai Roger Meunier – Hangar 1
76600 Le Havre
by Will Robson-Scott
No word on how to access the private, 350 year old Château Rauzan-Ségla, but they did just have Karl Lagerfeld draw the label of their 2009 vintage.
Photos by Mat Jacob featured in the book Descente interdite: graffiti dans le métro parisien
I just returned from Paris, where I saw a surprising amount of graffiti and street art, especially by French artists such as Space Invader, Horfe and members of the UV TPK crew. I wasn’t able to track down any of Andre’s “Love, Graffiti” series, so this video of his Melrose & Martel piece will have to do.
A beautiful short doc by Paul Trillo about “a street performer who travels through the south of France with his cats.”
Alix McAlpine sends pictures over from the City of Lights.
These sculptures are my favorite, the stair paintings are on point too.
Andres Serrano’s Piss Christ was destroyed by Christian protestors this past Sunday.
“…on Palm Sunday morning, four people in sunglasses aged between 18 and 25 entered the exhibition just after it opened at 11am. One took a hammer out of his sock and threatened the guards with it. A guard grabbed another man around the waist but within seconds the group managed to take a hammer to the plexiglass screen and slash the photograph with another sharp object, thought to be a screwdriver or ice-pick. They also smashed another work, which showed the hands of a meditating nun.”