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12.20.13 Marina Galperina

This is Marge and Homer Simpson, “immortalized” by artist aleXsandro Palombo in the style of photographer Helmut Newton and I hate it as an art project. Not because it’s kitschy, subpar link bait. Because it communicates, through pop culture, the weakest highlights of the “Newton aesthetic” and only the banal bits of the sadomasochistic housewife motif. See “Marge […]

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07.09.12 Marina Galperina

ANIMAL’s original series asks photographers about that one shot that got away. This week, Ellen Stagg talks about an auto encounter in LA and her fantasy photo shoot. I think it was last October, I was driving to a meeting in LA and I got into this one lane on Sunset, and all of a […]

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02.14.12 Marina Galperina

Japanese-born, New York-based contemporary artist Noritoshi Hirakawa’s new exhibit opens tonight at the Jack Tilton Gallery, and it’s intriguing. So, she’s been shooting up-skirts before Richard Kern. She mocks society’s fear of carnality and the silly theory that sexuality is limited to the male’s gaze. Her newest photography exhibit comes with a live dance performance […]

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05.17.10 Marina Galperina

Gander away at the NSFW Jacques Sport Issue preview below. Now with more girls, features and articles, the fab rag addresses burning questions like “Why does a woman sometimes look more naked clothed than nude?” Find your pictorially-supported answer inside (soon). The latest from Jacques ships next week and is distributed nationally, because now we […]

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