Tuesday, October 18, 2011

A très vite

Ça y est, j'ai récupéré de mon marathon londonnien, White Cubicle et Frieze enchainés.
Les photos du jours seront de retour demain.

Just recuperated from White Cubicle and Frieze week.
Photos du jour starting again tomorrow.

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Work Work: On display at Frieze


Thomas Dozol
"No End", 2011
Fluorescent ink silk screen posters
155 x 123 cm


Si vous êtes de passage à Londres, passez par Frieze pour voir un des mes tous rècents travaux.
If you're in London, come visit the Jack Hanley booth at Frieze and see an installation of the new poster work.

Jack Hanley / Booth A9
Frieze Art Fair
Regent's Park
London, United Kingdom

Friday, October 07, 2011

Vernissage ce Dimanche!



THOMAS DOZOL
I IS NOW
WHITE CUBICLE TOILET GALLERY
Opening: Sunday 9 October, 2011. 8PM to 11PM
Special guest dj for the night: Jeremy Shaw
The exhibition will remain on until end of October and can be visited daily from 18 to 24 PM

White Cubicle Toilet Gallery is honoured to present an exhibition by Thomas Dozol. For I IS NOW Dozol presents a series of new photographic work which explores the relationship between the body, sign language, abstract geometry and color codes. For it, Dozol has created a whole alphabet of hand signs screen printed as black light posters. Writing with a non-letter alphabet, images become phrases which become haiku like texts, but which also refer to the silent languages of minorities and subcultures. The back light posters also remind us of propaganda and political posters of the seventies and of the aesthetics of lost utopias. For the exhibition Dozol transforms the White Cubicle into a glow in the dark installation.

THOMAS DOZOL was born in Martinique and studied Economics, Social Studies and Theatre in Paris before moving to New York In 2002 where he became a photographer. His work has been featured in Interview, Vogue Paris, AnotherMan, Apartamento, Kaiserin and Kink. Dozol’s solo exhibitions include 'Entre Temps' at Envoy Gallery in New York in spring 2010 and ‘I’ll be your Mirror’ at Mais Soma in Sao Paulo in autumn of 2010. He also has a twin.

You can visit his tumblr at: http://thomasdozol.tumblr.com/
You can also see some of his previous work at
http://envoyenterprises.com/artists_pages/dozol.html andhttp://www.eastvillageboys.com/2010/05/31/in-the-shower-with-thomas-dozol

THE WHITE CUBICLE TOILET GALLERY measures 1.40 by1.40 metres, is located within the Ladies Toilet of the George and Dragon, and works with no budget, staff or boundaries. White Cubicle presents a discerning programme of local and international manifestations as an antidote to London’s sometimes extremely commodified art scene. Past exhibitions have included the work of Deborah Castillo, Gregorio Magnani, Butt Magazine, Federico Herrero, Terence Koh, i-Cabin, Steven Gontarski, Pixis Fanzine/Princess Julia and Hanah, General Idea and avaf, Basso Magazin, Carl Hopgood, Giles Round, Tim Noble and Sue Webster, Superm, (Brian Kenny and Slava Mogutin), Elkin Calderon, Wolfgang Tillmans, Calvin Holbrook/Hate Magazine, Husam el Odeh, Simon Popper, Fur, Dik Fagazine, Rick Castro/Abravanation, Jean Michel Wicker, Noki, Ellen Cantor,Karl Holmqvist, Julie Verhoeven, Aldo Chaparro, Esther Planas, Nikos Pantazopoulos, Luis Venegas, Twinklife, Rocky Alvarez, Benedetto Chirco, STH Magazine, Elmgreen & Dragset, Francesc Ruiz, Sico Carlier, Stefan Benchoam...
website: http://www.whitecubicle.org/
Facebook group: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=103491142620&ref=ts

Chansonnette de la Semaine: Feeling For You par Cassius remixé par Les Rythmes Digitales

Sunday, October 02, 2011

Photo du Jour: De nouveau dans le train, direction l'avion


Direction Charles-de-Gaulle. Je repars pour Berlin, shooter pour un de mes magazines favoris: Pin-Up.
Tran back to Charles-de-Gaulle, returning to Berlin. To shoot for one of my favorite magazines: Pin-Up!

Saturday, October 01, 2011

Work Work: Michael dans Dossier magazine

Avec une interview par l'excellent Johnny Misheff.
Along a really nice interview by the awesome Johnny Misheff.