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Category Archives: Dan Bull

Sutra is a collaboration between artist Anthony Gormley, choreographer Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, composer Szymon Brzóska and monks from the Shaolin temple. Think performance art meets Buddhist philosophy meets Kung Fu. Good stuff. Watch a clip here.

Sadler’s Wells Theatre,
Roseberry Avenue,
London
13 – 26 March 2010

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Julien has some nice bits going on at PlasticBionic

You don’t need me to tell you this is cool. Go Hampus

Interesting set of images of the Firth’s old stomping ground by John Bulmer

The Apple iPad.

This, although the program was on a couple years ago, is fancy. Found at Computerlove

Finally, God has put these two giants amongst men together. Found over at Terry’s Diary

The Real Van Gogh: The Artist and his Letters opened at the Royal Academy on Sunday.

Lucian Freud’s ‘Self Portrait with a Black Eye’ was painted in 1978, immediately after a fight with a cabbie. The work has remained in a private collection since, and will go on sale at Sotheby’s on February 10th, where it is expected to fetch £3million to £4million.

Article here.

Christian Boltanski has filled Paris’s Grand Palais with a 50-tonne mountain of clothes, and the sound of 15,000 heartbeats. Personnes is Boltanski’s new project for Monumenta, the annual Parisian equivalent to Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall commission.

Toy is an idea that unites independent artists for commissioned projects. Working collaboratively to apply a range of styles across product, motion, print and screen.

Via @FormFiftyFive

The Qlock is beautiful enough as it is, oddly enough even more so in German. You can get one here.

Monocle magazine has a store packed full of pretty things, one of the prettiest being this Delvaux newspaper bag. It’s £1,500, but one has to put ones newspaper somewhere.

William Eggleston, one of the most influential photographers of the last half century, has an exhibition of new photographs showing concurrently at two venues.

21st Century by William Eggleston will be on show at Victoria Miro Gallery, London from 15 January to 27 February and at Cheim & Read, New York from 7 January to 13 February 2010.

For the first installment of their new ‘Tools’ staple, Eye Magazine interview Mr. Jon Burgerman

In the Sixties the beautiful and the damned flocked to hang out at the Factory — and be photographed by Nat Finkelstein.

Because there’s no good time to look like an arse at the Sushi Bar. Artist unknown
Via Good.is

Wallpaper* City Guides, now available on your iThings — Reet Good

This is the best piss-and-seesaw-based piece I’ve seen in a while, by Mr. Johannes Vogl. Found at Booooooom

Inspired by vintage printing blocks, this beautifully finished chest of 26 drawers by Kent & London is made from solid oak – the perfect place to file everything from A-Z. Available at Kent & London

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