We Do What We Want

ROBERT SILVERS ignores the market. He’s also the juggernaut behind the New York Review of Books. Robert Silvers doesn’t skip a beat; his heart operation is behind him. The 82 ­year ­old is in his kingdom, the editorial offices of The New York Review of Books. The gentleman of large stature wears a dark suit and…
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NICHOLAS GHESQUIÈRE and JUERGEN TELLER Bring Us the Future-Archeology of LOUIS VUITTON Autumn-Winter 2016

Travel runs through Vuitton’s DNA, but for the trunk-maker’s Autumn-Winter 2016 collection, Nicolas Ghesquiere explores the implications of travelling through time as well as space. In a set of 57 concrete columns adorned with shattered mirrors—a futuristic Atlantis discovered beneath layers of history and dirt—Ghesquiere presented a meditation on the remnants of our time that will outlast …
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Black is a Hard Drug: ODILE DECQ

According to I.M. Pei, architects don’t really know what they’re doing until they reach 60. Which means that 58-year-old ODILE DECQ is rather precocious, since she has already entered a mature phase of her career with large, complex projects such as the Museo d’Arte Contemporanea di Roma, the FRAC Bretagne in Rennes, the just-completed Pavillon 8 in Lyon, and the forthcoming Museum of Homo …
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Juergen Teller Shows Off MACHO at Deste

032c is a media sponsor for Juergen Teller’s first solo exhibition in Greece. Titled Juergen Teller: Macho, and curated by Marina Fokidis, the show opens at the Deste Foundation in Athens on Friday, June 20.
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ARAKI/TELLER: Brothers from Another Mother

The gruesome twosome exhibition ARAKI TELLER TELLER ARAKI at OstLicht Gallery in Vienna opens on Thursday. It brings together the works of two of the most attitude-driven photographers of our times, pairing their distinctive portrayals of physical ambivalence and intimate storytelling.
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“I’m tired of just selling high-end stuff.” CFA Gallery’s BRUNO BRUNNET Talks to 032c About the Most Exciting Store in Berlin Right Now

Contemporary Fine Arts gallery in Berlin has opened a pop-up shop on the ground floor of its David Chipperfield-designed space on Museum Island. Open until April 26, and called Front Row, the store is offering artists' books, catalogues, DVDs, vinyl, paintings, woodcuts, sculptures, and paraphernalia associated with the gallery for a range of prices. 032c spoke with CFA founder and director …
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