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‘JOYBUBBLES’: A DOCUMENTARY FILM

Former Paris-LA blog and Paris, LA Magazine #12 contributor Rachael Morrison is currently making a documentary film. The film is about a blind telephone hacker genius who legally changed his name from Joe Engressia, Jr. to Joybubbles, after declaring himself “the age of five forever.” Check out the trailer for the film here, along with […]

WEEKLY WRAP UP | NOV. 3-7, 2014

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This week on the blog we visited Pentti Monkkonen‘s new exhibition; we saw Black Coffee; we listened Thursday Afternoon; and we passed by The Fondation Louis Vuitton.

WIND PARADE, PENTTI MONKKONEN AT HIGH ART

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Wind Parade 24.10 – 29.11.2014 HIGH ART 17, rue des panoyaux 75020 Paris

WEEKLY WRAP UP | OCT. 20-24, 2014

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This week on the blog we visited Lee Ufan at Versailles; we watched ‘From A to B through E‘; passed by the opening of Seth Price at Chantal Crousel and announced Pentti Monkkonen‘s opening at High Art.  

JONATHAN BINET & MARTIN LABORDE AT GAUDEL DE STAMPA

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WEEKLY WRAP UP | SEPT. 29 – OCT.3, 2014

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This week on the blog we visited Bex & Arts, a Contemporary Sculpture Triennal in Switzerland; saw Bertrand Bonello at Centre Pompidou; passed by Peter Lindbergh at Gagosian Paris and Yoko Uhoda Gallery in Liège to see a show curated by Christophe Daviet-Thery; and finally ended with Neïl Beloufa at ICA in London.

NEÏL BELOUFA: COUNTING ON PEOPLE AT INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ARTS

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In this first UK institutional exhibition of Neïl Beloufa’s work, the ICA show a selection of his latest works on film alongside recent sculptural works across the Lower Gallery and Theatre. These explore the representation of digital information systems and the often conflicting desires for openly available information within mass media. They are exhibited in […]