Meow II / Cat Whisperer by Ellen Von Unwerth, 2012

From Playdate exhibition at Staley Wise Gallery, May-July, 2013

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From the series 4 Sale by Yana Toyber

Exhibited in a collection by the same name in a collaboration between Toyber, Aneta Bartos, Elle Muliarchyk and Martynka Wawrzyniak

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Self-Portrait of You + Me (Jayne Mansfield) by Douglas Gordon, 2007
Poster for Crash in conjunction with Crash: Homage to JG Ballard at Gagosian Gallery, London 
(via kirgiakos, nevver)

Self-Portrait of You + Me (Jayne Mansfield) by Douglas Gordon, 2007

Poster for Crash in conjunction with Crash: Homage to JG Ballard at Gagosian Gallery, London 

(via kirgiakosnevver)




From Monogatari of Pine by Issei Suda 

From Monogatari of Pine by Issei Suda 




From the series Nudes and Smoke by David Lynch, 1994
Previously displayed at the exhibition The Air is on Fire
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From the series Nudes and Smoke by David Lynch, 1994

Previously displayed at the exhibition The Air is on Fire

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Eva Koťátková From the 11th edition of the Lyon Biennale, Une terrible beauté est née / A Terrible Beauty Is Born, curated by Victoria Noorthoorn
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Eva Koťátková
From the 11th edition of the Lyon Biennale, Une terrible beauté est née / A Terrible Beauty Is Born, curated by Victoria Noorthoorn

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Une terrible beauté est née from the series Parallel Biography by Eva Koťátková, 2011
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Une terrible beauté est née from the series Parallel Biography by Eva Koťátková, 2011

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Eva KoťátkováFrom the exhibition Parallel Biography, Frieze, London
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Eva Koťátková
From the exhibition Parallel Biography, Frieze, London

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NBD Mirrors by Anna-Nicole Ziesche
Previously displayed at the exhibition The Art of Fashion at Museum Boijmans, Van Beuningen

NBD Mirrors by Anna-Nicole Ziesche

Previously displayed at the exhibition The Art of Fashion at Museum Boijmans, Van Beuningen




Der ertappte Gatte (The Husband Caught Inflagranti) / Frauenmacht oder Gespräche in geistigen Höhen (Women’s Power or a Conversation on High Intellectual Levels) by Otto Hofmann, 1934

Displayed at the exhibition Metamorphosis Victorianus: Modern Collage, Victorian Engravings & Nostalgia, Ubu Gallery, 2009-2010




Butterfly by Kansuke Yamamoto, 1970 From The Magician’s Newspaper
Exhibited at the J. Paul Getty Museum, March 26 – August 25, 2013
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Butterfly by Kansuke Yamamoto, 1970 
From The Magician’s Newspaper

Exhibited at the J. Paul Getty Museum, March 26 – August 25, 2013

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Untitled by David Lynch (from The Air Is On Fire exhibition)

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From the collection ‘Sewing the Invisible’ (A Costudara do Invisivel) by designer Jum Nakao, showcased at Paper Fashion exhibition at MoMu Antwerp, 2009

From the collection ‘Sewing the Invisible’ (A Costudara do Invisivel) by designer Jum Nakao, showcased at Paper Fashion exhibition at MoMu Antwerp, 2009




Daïdo Moriyama - From Erotica: Daïdo Moriyama and the photography of nudes exhibition at the Da End Gallery, Paris, 2011 
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Daïdo Moriyama - From Erotica: Daïdo Moriyama and the photography of nudes exhibition at the Da End Gallery, Paris, 2011 

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Chiro by Nobuyoshi Araki

From Araki’s book Senchimentaru Na Tabi Haru No Tabi (Sentimental Journey, Spring Journey) and the exhibition of the same name at Rat Hole Gallery in 2010

“My wife Yoko first brought Chiro home from Kasukabe when she was just a four month old kitten.”

- Nobuyoshi Araki, Itoshi No Chiro (Chiro, My Love), 1990

Chiro, who for the past 22 years posed for her beloved owner and photographer Araki, passed away on March 2, 2010. In human years, she lived to be about 105 years old. “No woman has showed as much love for me as Chiro did,” says Araki of his cat, who was the apple of his eye, always there to support him especially after his wife Yoko sadly passed away before her time. Today, 20 years after the death of Yoko, Araki is once again forced to deal with the painful hardship of losing a loved one. Through his photographs, he narrates a story of how “life is a journey” composed of the everyday moments that flow between life and death.

This exhibition features photographs taken by Araki in Chiroʼs final months, depicting Chiro in a range of poses- walking around the balcony, lying on the bed, staring intently at the camera. Although Chiro is captured though the lens of Arakiʼs camera, it is as though we can see her right in front of our eyes and hear her meowing softly, yearning for her ownerʼs attention or crying out her loneliness. Chiroʼs vivid expressions and the landscapes in Arakiʼs photographs are weaved together to form a love story that gently conveys Arakiʼs deep affection for Chiro. Images of the sky, flowers and other scenes taken after Chiroʼs death reverberate a sentimental melody that is touching to the heart.

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