Drawings, print design and a film, commissioned by the Italian fashion house Bruno Magli, in conjunction with creative director Max Kibardin, for a special project presented at Pitti Immagine Uomo 82 (Florence, Italy). Inspired by the imagery in Pier Paolo Pasolini’s 1969 film Medea, a capsule collection was created, including 4 pairs of loafers and a shopping bag in a black technical fabric featuring phosphorescent embroidered reproductions of my drawings. I also produced an accompanying film made from reworked sound and footage from Pasolini’s Medea entitled “Today you’re 5 and I want to tell you the truth”. See the full collection including the original drawings HERE. They can also be viewed on BrunoMagli.com
A video has surfaced our Slava and I takin part in a 2012 Bruce Labruce bloodsplatter performance at The Hole, NYC
BRUCE(X)PLOITATION (with Bruce LaBruce, Kembra Pfahler, Gio Black Peter, Brian Kenny, and Carter Harrington), The Hole, NYC, 2012. Photo: Bruce LaBruce. Video by Seth Tillet.
NOW ON VIEW at the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art until Sept 21
Slava Mogutin, Sticks and Stoned (Brian), 2010
IN THE NAME OF LOVE
Slava Mogutin and Brian Kenny
Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art is proud to present In The Name Of Love, a solo exhibition by Slava Mogutin, showcasing a series of 24 recent medium format portraits produced by the artist as traditional analog C-prints. Also part of the exhibit is Entropy Parade, a collaboration with Brian Kenny. Mogutin and Kenny created a series of multi-layered collages based on photographs, drawings and text. Read more here.
NOW ON VIEW IN VIENNA
mixed media on vintage American shooting target paper
22.5” x 34”
ink and oil pastel on vintage American shooting target
20" x 29"
a part of museum group exhibition
Watch Francois Sagat deliver Rimbaud in SUPERM's latest short film BEAUTY and HELL, now online.
SUPERM is pleased to present BEAUTY and HELL, a show in 2 parts:
Part 1, BEAUTY
envoy enterprises @ 131 Chrystie Street, NY
November 15-29, 2012
Part 2, HELL
envoy enterprises @ 87 Rivington Street, NY
November 29, 2012 - January 6, 2013
Opening reception: Thursday, November 29th, 6-8 PM
Inspired by the poetry of Arthur Rimbaud and the art of Hans Bellmer and Pierre Molinier, the show combines a new series of SKINGRAPHS collages (BEAUTY) and the latest SUPERM video featuring Francois Sagat, with contributions by Franko B, Gio Black Peter, Robert Filippini, Erika Keck, Josh Lee, Asher Levine, Rafael Santiago, Casey Spooner, Michael Stipe, and Neil Young (HELL). Live tattoo performance by Nick Theobald and Slava Mogutin at the opening.
An Afternoon with Gilbert & George, by SUPERM 2012
See Slava's full interview and portraits of Gilbert & George HERE.