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THE SMILE FACE MUSEUM :)

The Smile Face Museum was originally housed in the basement of curator and collector Mark Sachs’ Silver Springs, Maryland home from 1992-1994. You can take a tour of the original museum in this amazing video he made in ’90s. It was recently revived, and this weekend marks the final installment in a month long series […]

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PARIS, LA blog is about the magic accidents of life. It’s about artists, writers, photographers, musicians and designers that cross our mind, and our heart for a day, a season, a life! It refers to a vital substance that nourishes, and inspires our soul day by day. A sort of vivid shadow that manages to give birth twice a year to a print magazine named PARIS, LA.
—Dorothée Perret

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PARIS, LA #10

PARIS, LA | ISSUE #10 / FALL 2013 SPECIAL ART ISSUE | FRANCE X LOS ANGELES   CONTENTS Jennifer West: Mind and Matter | By Martha Kirszenbaum Portfolio Ceci n’est pas… | By Sébastien Paquet Celui qu’elle espérait | By Neil Beloufa How to Build a House | Jorge Pardo in conversation with Oscar Tuazon Lost in […]

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THE UNFINISHED: A TEMPORARY PUBLIC SCULPTURE BY MICHAEL PARKER

The Unfinished is a temporary public sculpture by artist Michael Parker, produced by Los Angeles arts and culture non-profit the Clockshop. According to the press release, The Unfinished is an obelisk-shaped excavation located along the banks of the channelized LA River. The horizontal excavation, dug into and through the asphalt of an empty industrial lot, […]

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RAF SIMONS SPRING 2014 SHOW AT GAGOSIAN, PARIS

                      Photos by Giulia Ruberti for PARIS, LA

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JULIE VERHOEVEN – YOUR FLY IS OPEN

Julie Verhoeven – Your Fly Is Open At Stedelijk Museum ‘s-Hertogenbosch Opening on May, 25   Under the title Your Fly is Open, Julie Verhoeven presents an installation consisting of three videos, in which she refers to jewellery and ceramics from the museum’s collection. Verhoeven herself describes the piece, with its extravagant and disturbing sensuality, […]