works on paper
Slava Mogutin , the notorious russian subversive star returns with a second monograph (after Lost Boys). NYC GoGo, something defined like 'a tribute to the Golden Age ov New-York City nightlife.'
A book published by powerHouse Books with an essay of Bruce Benderson.
More about NYC GoGo, HERE.
I Like America and America Likes Me, 1974
Beuys’s felt blankets, walking stick and gloves became sculptural props throughout the Action. In addition, fifty new copies of the Wall Street Journal were introduced each day, which the coyote acknowledged by urinating on them. Beuys regularly performed the same series of actions with his eyes continuously fixed on the coyote. At other times he would rest or gather the felt around him to suggest the figure of a shepherd with his crook. The coyote’s behaviour shifted throughout the three days, becoming cautious, detached, aggressive and sometimes companionable. At the end of the Action, Beuys was again wrapped in felt and returned to the airport.
24th type of ambiguity #98
16th type of ambiguity #117
12th type of ambiguity #3
11th type of ambiguity #26
10th type of ambiguity #7
5th type of ambiguity #15
4th type of ambiguity #11
2d type of ambiguity #22
1st type of ambiguity #2
all photographies by Thierry Kupferschmid
His artwork (drawings, paintings, photographies, performances) explores the borders between human beings and natural elements (mineral, vegetal, animal), and btw it asks about what is exactly the human conditions. Like a modern shaman, he tries to change and to mute anger, frustrations and desires into creative energies.