Tag Archives: Helmut Newton

NEWTON IN NEW YORK

HELMUT NEWTON—PRIVATE PROPERTY—the inaugural gallery exhibition at the newly opened 10 Corso Como New York—comprises forty-five original prints from 1972 to 1983 that Newton himself selected as a series, and that he considered the most emblematic of his work at the time.

 

HELMUT NEWTON—PRIVATE PROPERTY

Through November 4.

10 Corso Como, 1 Fulton Street, New York City.

Helmut Newton, Elsa Peretti, New York, 1975. Image credit: Helmut Newton Foundation.

LOULOU DE LA FALAISE

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“This book is an oral biography of Paris fashion between the glittering years when Loulou was the light between all the characters.” — André Leon Talley

Christopher Petkanis LOULOU & YVES: THE UNTOLD STORY OF LOULOU DE LA FALAISE AND THE HOUSE OF SAINT LAURENT is a massive oral history centered around the life and times of YSL muse and employee Loulou de la Falaise.

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Among the voices heard from in the book are those of Cecil Beaton, Diana Vreeland, Thadée Klossowski, Robert Mapplethorpe, Helmut Newton, Hubert de Givenchy, Manolo Blahnik, Maxime de la Falaise, Diane von Furstenberg, Marianne Faithfull, Nicky Haslam, Elsa Peretti, Betty Catroux, John Richardson, Kenneth Jay Lane, Alber Elbaz, Christian Louboutin, Grace Coddington, Ben Brantley, Jane Ormsby Gore, Bruce Chatwin, Amy Fine Collins, Patrick Bauchau, Lady Annabel Goldsmith, Pierre Bergé, Talley, and Loulou herself.

See: us.macmillan.com/book

Top: Marina Schiano, Loulou de la Falaise, Yves Saint Laurent, and Steve Rubell at the Opium launch party, New York City, 1978.

Above: Thadée Klossowski, Paloma Picasso, and YSL. Polaroid by Andy Warhol.

Below: YSL and de la Falaise.

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ANGELO MARINO

Another Story

An exhibition of works by Angelo Marino moves this week from the Helmut Newton Foundation – Marino was Newton’s assistant – to Galleria Carla Sozzani.

 

ANGELO MARINO – ANOTHER STORY, through June 10.

GALLERIA CARLA SOZZANI, Corso Como 10, Milano.

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Angelo Marino, from above, Another Story, Week 7, Eze sur Mer, 2014; Another Story, Week 44, Cagnes, 2014.

Images © Angelo Marino.

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ALICE SPRINGS — MRS. NEWTON

Ramatuelle

August 30, 1978

“The forest is on fire. The mistral is blowing up a gale. Within minutes, the entire sky was lit up—trees like torches igniting one another, billowing clouds of red smoke traveling fast. The whole landscape is now on fire—the car is out—we’ve thrown our passports and cameras and a few things into a suitcase in case the wind changes. But how not to sleep, how to keep awake? …

“When Helmut wanted to leave, I said, ‘Not until we’ve had our dinner,’ which was in the oven roasting up. I knew that, as long as it blew, the mistral would sweep the fire away from us, so with one eye on the oven and an ear on the wind, we sat it out and had a peaceful dinner.”

From June Newton, a.k.a. Alice Springs, Mrs. Newton (Cologne: Taschen, 2004), 162.

Helmut Newton with Sylvia, Ramatuelle, 1981. Photograph by Alice Springs.

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THE LARRY CLARK COLLECTION

“Symbols are more meaningful than things themselves.”—  Jenny Holzer, from Truisms, in LARRY CLARK—WHITE TRASH

Larry Clark is one of the great New York collectors, and the walls of his Tribeca loft present an ever-changing gallery of the art he has bought, traded, been given by friends, or created himself over the last half century.

LARRY CLARK—WHITE TRASH, at Luring Augustine Bushwick, is an exhibition of artworks from Clark’s personal collection. In addition to the work below, participating artists include: Vito Acconci, Richard Artschwager, Donald Baechler, Max Blagg, Lisa Bowman, Chris Burden, Jeff Elrod, Leo Fitzpatrick, Robert Frank, Paul Gauguin, Robert Gober, Mark Gonzales, Martin Kippenberger, Sherrie Levine, Paul McCarthy, Bjarne Melgaard, Scott Myles, Méret Oppenheim, Jack Pierson, Jason Polan, Sigmar Polke, Christy Rupp, Philip Taaffe, Koichiro Takagi, Sally Webster, Sue Williams, Franz West, Brian Weil, David Wojnarowicz, and Christopher Wool.

LARRY CLARKWHITE TRASH, through June 18.

LUHRING AUGUSTINE BUSHWICK, 25 Knickerbocker Avenue, Brooklyn.

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Image credits (top to bottom): Joe Andoe, Spaniard in the Works, 2012, oil on canvas; Wade Guyton, Untitled, 2008, Xerox print; Mike Kelley, Blood and Soil (Potato Print), 1989, silkscreen in colors on a silk banner; Richard Prince, Untitled (Joke), 2013, ink jet on canvas; Wallace Berman, Untitled, 1967, verifax collage; Helmut Newton, Larry Clark, Cannes, 1995, photograph; Raymond Pettibon, No Title (They Ought To…), 1985, pen and ink on paper.

Larry Clark’s White Trash

Larry Clark’s White Trash

Marfa Girl: il regista del film Larry Clark fotografato da Helmut Newton