we have decided not to die, 2005
a movie by Daniel Askill
Marie Antoinette out for a Walk at her Petite Hermitage, France, 1750 - 2005
Prince Desiree on a Break from Sleeping Beauty Out at Petrossian's for Dinner - 1998
Me getting ready to go out to a rock concert with Bernadette in Moscow - 1998
Riding School - 1999
oil on canvas
Karen Kilimnik reloads -with brio and ironic eyes- the history of portrait painting with the cliches of our post-modern era and creates an ectastic confusion.
More about her, HERE.
courtesy 303 Gallery, NY
Spears shaken impotently in a void which disdains the male presence.
He works about the decomposition ov virility, gender questions, about sexuality, pornography and eroticism, about disease and death.
Hermann produces an ironic and narcissic iconography mixing attractive and repulsive energies.
Slava Mogutin wrote about MH’s work and about his body ‘this persistent showing-off, twisting and masquerading of his well-trained and proportioned body is a carnival mirror reflection of BODY FASCISM which has been the central aspect of gay culture and gay mythology from the get-go.’
(this post is dedicated to Philippe C.)
Shoot, november 19,1971
F-Space, Santa Ana, California
At 07:45 pm, I was shot in the left arm by a friend. The bullet was a cooper jacket 22 long rifle. My friend was wtanding about fifteen feet from here.
A 19 heures 45, un ami m'a tiré dans le bras gauche avec une balle de 22 long rifle. Il se tenait à 5 mètres de moi.
The paths we've taken defines us and have changed our mindsets, our energies rates.
But if you go down to the woods today, don't try to look for us, we're not there.
pictures by edfpf (c) 2007
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