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10.04.11 Marina Galperina

While we enjoy the occasional rip on Harmony Korine and Supreme, these Korine Supreme skate decks make a hell of a lot more sense than those by art star predecessors Longo, Baldessari, Murakami, Koons and Hirst. […]

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04.06.11 Marina Galperina

Photorealist graphite wizard Robert Longo is the latest artist to jump in on Supreme’s skatedeck series since Baldessari, Murakami, Koons ‘n’ Hirst. Available tomorrow: boards with monochrome boobs, bombs and a bygone era’s cool kid from Men in Cities, Longo’s seemingly endlessly commercial series, from decorating that Glenn Branca album to merchandizing man purses. […]

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10.05.10 Marina Galperina

John Baldessari will not make any more boring art. Like Murakami, Hirst and Koons, the conceptual artist/collagist is ok-ing skate decks now.  These latest art decks from Supreme are all Baldessari-juxtaposed noses and solid colors. Smells arty. […]

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07.28.10 Marina Galperina

SoHo’s Clic Gallery brings the skate bling for its ‘SURF/SKATE’ photo exhibit: Takashi Murakami psycho-toons, Damien Hirst paint vomit and Jeff Koons monkey motif make for some swanky decks. Opens today! Preview the work in the group show of punk, skate and surf culture-glorifying photography below. […]

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