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LOOSE IN LONDON: A NIGHT ON THE TOWN

by Kristine Hughes @ Loose in London – Number One London

Always looking for a new London adventure, one night Victoria and I took Diane and her sister, Marilyn, to Mr. Foggs in Mayfair for a drink. Hidden away on Bruton Lane, there’s no outward sign that an establishment of any sort is housed behind the Victorian facades that line the street. Up a few steps … Continue reading "LOOSE IN LONDON: A NIGHT ON THE TOWN"

Retailer – Press Event

by Nicola McGregor @ Fashion Insight

Liberty London Celebrates Christmas DATE: 5 October 2017 TIME: Embargoed ADDRESS: Liberty London, W1 (please enter via the Beauty Hall on Great Marlborough Street) Please RSVP to RSVP@libertylondon.com

Uber brand takes another hit as it loses London licence

by Sarah Vizard @ Marketing Week

Transport for London says Uber is not “fit and proper” to hold a private hire operator licence as it raises concerns over a lack of corporate responsibility.

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REMEMBERING THE DUCHESS OF YORK – PART 5

by Kristine Hughes @ Number One London

Frederica, Duchess of York, passed away on August 6, 1820, at Oatlands. For an account of that melancholy event, we turn to the Annual Register 1820 – “On Sunday morning, at nine o’clock, died her royal highness Frederica Charlotta Ulrica, duchess of York, in the 54th year of her age. The death of her royal highness … Continue reading "REMEMBERING THE DUCHESS OF YORK – PART 5"

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King William IV’s Not So Happy Birthday Dinner

by Kristine Hughes @ Number One London

William IV was born 21 August 1765 (d. 20 June 1837) and became King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and of Hanover from 26 June 1830. William, the third son of George III and younger brother and successor to George IV, was the last king and penultimate monarch of the House … Continue reading "King William IV’s Not So Happy Birthday Dinner"

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Up to 65% Off Edward Bess

by Isabella Muse @ Musings of a Muse

Edward Bess is on hautelook.com for the next three days! I’ve actually never seen Edward’s line on clearance before so I’m going to head in for a purchase 🙂 I mean some of his lipsticks are $9.97 each! Can’t beat that! Butter London is also on sale at hautelook.com if you’re interested. Happy Hauling! You […]

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Ultimate 24-Piece Treatment and Nail Lacquer Collection Collection Includes: Hardwear P.D. Quick Nail Foundation Flawless Basecoat Matte Finish Topcoat Horse Power Nail Fertilizer Handbag Holiday Cuticle Oil Melt Away Cuticle Eliminator Clever Clogs Come to Bed Red Cotton Buds Fiver Lock In Petal Scrummy Summer Hols Tea with the Queen Trout Pout Union Jack Black All Hail The Queen Looker Lacquer Bubbly Lacquer Peep Hole Lacquer Swish Lacquer HRH Lacquer Tart with a Heart Lacquer Ingredients: Hardwear P.D. Quick Topcoat - Ethyl Acetate, SD Alcohol 40-B, Butyl Acetate, Cellulose Acetate Butyrate, Acrylates Copolymer, Trimethyl Pentanyl Diisobutyrate, Sucrose Benzoate, Triphenyl Phosphate, Benzophenone-1, Glycidoxypropyl Trimethoxysilane, Methacryloyl Propyl Trimethoxysilane, Methyl Triethoxysilane, Mercaptopropyl Trimethoxysilane, Retinyl Palmitate, Tocopheryl Acetate, Dimethicone, Calcium Pantothenate, Ascorbic Acid, CI 60725 (Violet 2). Nail Foundation Flawless Basecoat - Butyl Acetate, Ethyl Acetate, Nitrocellulose, Acetyl Tributyl Citrate, Apdic Acid/Neopentyl Glycol/Trimellitic Anhydride Copolymer, Isopropyl Alcohol, Silica, Styrene/Acrylates Copolymer, Stearalkonium Bentonite, N-Butyl Alcohol, Benzophenone-1, Diacetone Alcohol, Trimethylpentanediyl Dibenzoate, Tocopheryl Acetate, Ascorbyl Palmitate, Calcium Pantothenate, Equisetum Hiemale Extract, Hydrolyzed Silk, Glycerin, Polyethylene, Phosphoric Acid, CI 77891 (Titanium Dioxide), CI 77499 (Iron Oxides), CI 19140 (Yellow 5 Lake), CI 15850 (Red 6 Lake). Matte Finish Topcoat - Ethyl Acetate, Butyl Acetate, Nitrocellulose, Trimethyl Pentanyl Diisobutyrate, Silica, Adipic Acid/Neopentyl Glycol/Trimellitic Anhydride Copolymer, Isopropyl Alcohol, Stearalkonium Hectorite, Citric Acid. Horse Power Nail Fertilizer - Ethyl Acetate, Butyl Acetate, SD Alcohol 40-B, Nitrocellulose, Adipic Acid/Neopentyl Glycol/Trimellitic Anhydride Copolymer, Isopropyl Alcohol, Trimethyl Pentanyl Diisobutyrate, Triphenyl Phosphate, Sucrose Acetate Isobutyrate, Etocrylene, Tocopheryl Acetate, Glycidoxypropyl Trimethoxysilane, Methacryloyl Propyl Trimethoxysilane, Methyl Triethoxysilane, Mercaptopropyl Trimethoxysilane, Retinyl Palmitate, Dimethicone, Calcium Pantothenate, Ascorbic Acid, Carthamus Tinctorius (Safflower) Seed Oil, Equisetum Hiemale Extract, CI 15850 (Red 6 Lake), CI 60725 (Violet 2). Handbag Holiday Cuticle Oil - Octyldodecanol, Carthamus Tinctorius (Safflower) Seed Oil, Fragrance (Parfum), Retinyl Palmitate, Tocopheryl Acetate, Benzyl Benzoate, Benzyl Salicylate, Coumarin, Limonene, CI 47000 (Yellow 11). Melt Away Cuticle Eliminator - Water (Aqua/Eau), Propylene Glycol, Potassium Hydroxide, Chondrus Crispus (Carrageenan), Polyacrylamide, Isopropyl Myristate, C 13-14 Isoparaffin, Sodium Hydroxymethylglycinate, Styrene/Acrylates Copolymer, Laureth-7. Clever Clogs, Come to Bed Red, Cotton Buds, Fiver, Lock In, Petal, Scrummy, Summer Hols, Tea with the Queen, Trout Pout, Union Jack Black - Butyl Acetate, Ethyl Acetate, Nitrocellulose, Acetyl Tributyl Citrate, Adipic Acid/Neopentyl Glycol/Trimellitic Anhydride Copolymer, Isopropyl Alcohol, Styrene/Acrylates Copolymer, Stearalkonium Bentonite, Silica, N-Butyl Alcohol, Benzophenone-1, Diacetone Alcohol, Trimethylpentanediyl Dibenzoate, Polyethylene, Phosphoric Acid, Ascorbyl Palmitate, Tocopheryl Acetate, Calcium Pantothenate, Glycerin, Equisetum Hiemale Extract, Hydrolyzed Silk. May Contain: CI 77891 (Titanium Dioxide), CI 77499 (Iron Oxides), CI 77266 (Black 2), CI 19140 (Yellow 5 Lake), CI 15850 (Red 6 Lake), CI 15850 (Red 7 Lake), CI 15880 (Red 34 Lake), CI 77510 (Ferric Ammonium Ferrocyanide), CI 77163 (Bismuth Oxychloride). All Hail The Queen Lacquer - Butyl Acetate, Ethyl Acetate, Nitrocellulose, Acetyl Tributyl Citrate, Adipic Acid/Neopentyl Glycol/Trimellitic Anhydride Copolymer, Isopropyl Alcohol, Styrene/Acrylates Copolymer, Stearalkonium Bentonite, Mica, Silica, N-Butyl Alcohol, Benzophenone-1, Diacetone Alcohol, Trimethylpentanediyl Dibenzoate, Polyethylene, Phosphoric Acid, Tocopheryl Acetate, Ascorbyl Palmitate, Calcium P

OH, THE PLACES YOU’LL GO! Another Little Known UK Musuem

by Louisa Cornell @ Number One London

THE FAN MUSEUM 12 Crooms Hill Greenwich, London If one is fortunate enough to take a little jaunt out to Greenwich when visiting London, it is assumed one will visit the National Maritime Museum and, of course, the Royal Observatory. There is, however, another museum located between these two must-see destinations definitely worth a visit. … Continue reading "OH, THE PLACES YOU’LL GO! Another Little Known UK Musuem"

LOOSE IN LONDON: STROLLING LONDON

by Kristine Hughes @ Loose in London – Number One London

After leaving Sir John Soane’s House, Victoria, Marilyn and myself made our way over to Covent Garden – land of flower sellers, ladies of ill repute and some nefarious goings on. And that’s just today. Seriously, though, it would have been nice to see some of the old street sellers who once haunted this market. … Continue reading "LOOSE IN LONDON: STROLLING LONDON"

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LOOSE IN LONDON: THE TALE OF THE SHOES

by Kristine Hughes @ Loose in London – Number One London

So, the tale of Kristine’s shoes continues. If you thought, because my feet hadn’t been mentioned in the last few posts, that the problem had resolved itself, not so. I was still in pain, still bandaging my feet every morning and every eve. When last we left you, we had all been reunited with Victoria in … Continue reading "LOOSE IN LONDON: THE TALE OF THE SHOES"

THE TOP 75 LONDON BLOGS AND WEBSITES

by Louisa Cornell @ Number One London

Guess Who Made The List ?!? Yes, dear readers, we are pleased and proud to announce our home away from our London home – NUMBER ONE LONDON – has made the list of the top London blogs and websites. Anyone who has not availed themselves of this list are missing a real treat! These blogs … Continue reading "THE TOP 75 LONDON BLOGS AND WEBSITES"

Project by Caterina Silva | SSOL/AP | Amsterdam, 4-8 July 2017

by alexandra @ Bosse & Baum

SSOL/AP. Amsterdam 4-8 July 2017 project by Caterina Silva What happens to the thing when someone says it? How to create an open form able to go beyond the limits of language in describing reality? Is silence a better option?  SSOL/AP is an independent choreographic project started in London on September 2016 and later re-staged […]

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Cottage Cheese

by Graham Kirby @ Public House Magazine

The almost vanished art of anonymous gay sex in toilets around London. When George Michael was arrested for “engaging in a lewd act” in front of a member of the Los Angeles police force, my mother asked why someone so wealthy, successful and good-looking would seek to pick up another man in a public toilet. IContinue reading

OH, THE PLACES YOU’LL GO ! Little Known UK Museums

by Louisa Cornell @ Number One London

THE THAMES RIVER POLICE MUSEUM I adore a good museum. I can spend hours, even days in them. I spent an entire day (eight hours) in the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. I spent two days in the Rijksmuseum, also in Amsterdam, thirty minutes staring at Rembrandt’s The Nightwatch alone. The British Museum is where … Continue reading "OH, THE PLACES YOU’LL GO ! Little Known UK Museums"

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Feminist Cocktails by Oliver Villegas

Feminist Cocktails by Oliver Villegas


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London cocktail week - Public House Magazine 2017 - Dalston. The Picantini - Hot Chilli Cocktail. The Blue Baller cocktail. The Basic bitch cocktail. The Gloria Lychee Martini.

Butter London Holiday 2015 Collection Arrives – Musings of a Muse

Butter London Holiday 2015 Collection Arrives – Musings of a Muse


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A TOUR GUIDE IN ENGLAND: WATERLOO 2017 – PART 3

by Kristine Hughes @ Number One London

Our next stop was the farmhouse at Hougoumont. Honestly, what can one say about the battle at Hougoumont in a single blog post? What can one say about Hougoumont anywhere, at any time? Again, it’s one of those places where one simply wants to be, to commune with one’s thoughts uninterrupted, to remember, to review … Continue reading "A TOUR GUIDE IN ENGLAND: WATERLOO 2017 – PART 3"

Beauty Brand (Skincare) – Press Event

by Nicola McGregor @ Fashion Insight

Urban Veda Press Event DATE: 5 October 2017 TIME: 14:00-17:00 / 18:00-20:00 ADDRESS: 100 Wardour St, Soho, London W1F 0TN An exclusive event by award winning natural Ayurvedic skincare... read more

Art Night Associate Programme Saturday 1st July, 2017: Cache by Candida Powell-Williams at London’s iconic Devonshire Square

by alexandra @ Bosse & Baum

Art Night Associate Programme 2017: Cache by Candida Powell-Williams at London’s iconic Devonshire Square Presented by Bosse & Baum Art Night 2017, East London, July 1 Central Courtyard, Devonshire Square, London EC2M 4YE (entrance via New Street or Harrow Place) 18:00- 00:00, Free entry Cache at Devonshire Square_Press Release Bosse & Baum is pleased to present Candida Powell-Williams’s interactive […]

LOOSE IN LONDON: BELOW STAIRS AT OSTERLEY PARK

by Kristine Hughes @ Loose in London – Number One London

Kristine here, picking up at Osterley Park where Victoria left off. We took the train out to Osterley and walked to the estate from the station. It was a glorious walk and seeing the grounds from different viewpoints was indeed special. MAP OF ESTATE, CROPPED As we began our walk towards the house, we noticed horses … Continue reading "LOOSE IN LONDON: BELOW STAIRS AT OSTERLEY PARK"

Less Law, More Order…

by Duke Cassady @ Public House Magazine

Those with children will understand the horror of the weekly shop; the kids kick off, everyone looks, time freezes and you want nothing more than the ground to swallow you whole. The ground, of course, does not and you resort to shouting until you’re blue in the face and then you shout some more. InContinue reading

Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab Testing Day: Anniversary Phoenices!

by noreply@blogger.com (Jammies) @ Bubbles & Baubles

purchased and reviewed by ThoraSTooth

Aelian's Phoenix (Anniversaries 2015) --  Golden amber and patchouli with fiery peppercorn, cocoa, white cedar, neroli, vanilla pod, and frankincense.

Claudian's Phoenix (Anniversaries 2015) --  red patchouli, sweet frankincense, and the figs and pomegranates of the seven mouths of the dark Nile.

Clement I's Phoenix (Anniversaries 2015) -- A sepulchre of frankincense and caramelized myrrh.

Statius' Phoenix (Anniversaries 2015) -- Pomegranate root, honey, white cedar, and frankincense.

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Aelian's Phoenix reminds me very much of Gelt at first sniff, with the same cocoa and golden amber yet much more complete and nuanced.  Wet on my skin I get mostly golden amber (which smells vanillic) with some cocoa and neroli.  It is complex, sweet-ish, full but not rich.  On drydown it's a classic BPAL vanilla-resin scent, more amber than frankincense but with some of both.  The vanilla is noticeable, but the cocoa isn't.  (My skin kills chocolate scents pretty quickly.)  The neroli is just barely present, and there's just enough patchouli to hold it all together.  But at maturity it's all vanillic golden amber, warm and foody with little of the previous complexity.


Claudian's Phoenix is a very rich and well-blended patchouli, frankincense, and pomegranate.  I cold-bought this bottle since it's so full of notes I love.  But like most red patchouli scents, it takes a while to develop properly.  Wet the patchouli note goes a little sharp, and the fig note comes up to thicken and soften the pomegranate.  On drydown it's mostly a patchouli scent but it seems to have gone off in an unexpected herbal direction rather than the fruity one I anticipated.  At maturity it's patchouli and pomegranate, another in the long line of fruity-patchouli scents I love so much; this one is less fruity and more resinous than some, and still with that unexpected herbal overtone.  I am happy with my purchase and will love wearing this new phoenix.


Clement I's Phoenix has a particularly delicious frankincense note similar to the one I love in Hermes Trismegistus, Anne Bonny, and The Blasphemare Reliquary.  Wet on my skin the caramelized myrrh develops; it smells thickish but not dark or heavy, adding depth to the resin blend.  On drydown it is a warm, cosy, and slightly sweet myrrh-frankincense blend.  It matures slowly, without much change, as is typical for myrrh scents on me.  If I didn't have Sunbird and a couple of other delicious myrrh-forward scents already to hand, I'd very likely buy this one in quantity because it is  lovely:  less sharp and clear than Priala, less robust than Minotaur, not as sweet as Sunbird, softer and warmer than some of the GC myrrh scents I love.

Statius' Phoenix smells of slightly foody honey and pomegranate until it hits my skin, at which point a splendid but perplexing fruity cherry note develops.  The base seems buttery like the pleasant type of orris (not the bitter rooty aspect nor the high blue floral one that gives me instant headaches).  There is something just a bit astringent and mouth-watering in it that keeps it from cloying.  That impression is sustained on drydown, kind of reminding me of Chokecherry Honey which, oddly, smelled of red currant on me.  This could easily be classified as a red currant/honey scent.  It doesn't change much at maturity; the floral aspect of the honey ripens a bit, is all.

2015 Beauty Issue - Butter London Holiday Sets

2015 Beauty Issue - Butter London Holiday Sets


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The butter LONDON Holiday Collection "Invite Only" is here and it's stunning! The collection features a mixture of colors that will have you looking ready for any soiree. HIGH VOLTAGE This 2-piece ...

A TOUR GUIDE IN ENGLAND: WATERLOO 2017 – PART 1

by Kristine Hughes @ Number One London

  A few weeks ago, I was in London with my traveling mate, Denise Costello. We rented a flat in the King’s Road and settled in for a nice, long stay, our agenda pretty much wide open. Oh, we had things on our wish list, but they were arranged more as a list of suggestions than … Continue reading "A TOUR GUIDE IN ENGLAND: WATERLOO 2017 – PART 1"

A TOUR GUIDE IN ENGLAND: WATERLOO 2017 – PART 4

by Kristine Hughes @ Number One London

What better place to spend Waterloo Day than in London? More precisely, at Apsley House. Well before the day, I had planned to meet my old mates Dawn Wood and Andrew Clark at Apsley House, where they were slated to do a series of talks on Regency dress and Napoleonic uniforms over the two day … Continue reading "A TOUR GUIDE IN ENGLAND: WATERLOO 2017 – PART 4"

Lord Byron’s “Fare Thee Well,” or “I Just Think It’s Funny How”

by Mallory Ortberg @ The Toast

Oh, well, A of all, fuck you, then,
and honestly, I don't have anything else to say about it.
I honestly don't.
I just think it's funny??? how –
No, you know what, I honestly don't have anything else to say about it.
I honestly don't.
Even if you do, I'm just, you know, ZIP, the high road.

(By the way, there is a quote from Coleridge that just,
mmf,
PERFECTLY describes our situation, and like, YOUR WHOLE DEAL,
but why bother!! WHY BOTHER, EVEN. If you're not going to listen to me
you're certainly not going to listen to Coleridge.

Read more Lord Byron’s “Fare Thee Well,” or “I Just Think It’s Funny How” at The Toast.

OH, THE PLACES YOU’LL GO! Yet Another Little Known UK Museum

by Louisa Cornell @ Number One London

THE OLD OPERATING THEATRE MUSEUM AND HERB GARRET 9A St Thomas Street London Parts of this museum are not for the squeamish and access at present is limited to those who can climb a rather steep 52 steps up a spiral staircase, but the insight offered into the worlds of medicine and surgery during the … Continue reading "OH, THE PLACES YOU’LL GO! Yet Another Little Known UK Museum"

ROYAL DAY OUT, PART TWO: THE QUEEN'S GALLERY

by Kristine Hughes @ Loose in London – Number One London

Victoria here.The second venue in our Royal Day Out was the Queen’s Gallery, actually, like the Mews, a part of the Buckingham Palace complex, and one that you may visit almost year-round.   Below, a view of the entrance to the Queen’s Gallery when Kristine and I visited for the exhibition Victoria and Albert: Art … Continue reading "ROYAL DAY OUT, PART TWO: THE QUEEN'S GALLERY"

LOOSE IN LONDON: DOING THE CHIMP WALK

by Kristine Hughes @ Loose in London – Number One London

Many of you have commented on the amount of things Victoria and I seem to cram into each and every day whenever we’re in London. It’s true – we’re on a mission, we’re only there for a period of time and we want to see and experience all that we can. More often than not, … Continue reading "LOOSE IN LONDON: DOING THE CHIMP WALK"

The Perfect Winter Nail Line-up - Fleur De Force

The Perfect Winter Nail Line-up - Fleur De Force


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Today’s post is technically about a Christmas gift set, but I’ve been obsessed with it over the past few weeks…

Joan Cornellà’s Super Offensive London Exhibition

by Public House Magazine @ Public House Magazine

Spanish illustrator is holding an exhibition that brings black humour to a whole new level.   Last week we were invited to the private view of Sir Joan Cornella‘s latest solo exhibition. An artist who can only be described as a savage social commentary genius, the guy is hardly an ‘underground artist’, with 4.5 millionContinue reading

A TOUR GUIDE IN ENGLAND: WATERLOO 2017 – PART 2

by Kristine Hughes @ Number One London

                                         One of the reasons I wanted to return to Waterloo was to see the new museum and exhibits that were put in place for the celebrations of Waterloo 200. The photos above in no way … Continue reading "A TOUR GUIDE IN ENGLAND: WATERLOO 2017 – PART 2"

Olive Garden’s Never Ending Pasta Special is Back for $9.99

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Olive Garden’s Never Ending Pasta Special Starting today, Olive Garden’s Never Ending Pasta special is back. You get to choose unlimited pasta, homemade sauces, pasta toppings, soup or salad and breadsticks. Select one of these pastas: Fettuccine Spaghetti Rigatoni Angel Hair Pappardelle Cavatappi Gluten-Free Rotini Whole Wheat Linguine Then select one of these sauces: New [...]

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The Body Shop Pumpkin Vanilla On Sale for Your Fall Haul

by Isabella Muse @ Musings of a Muse

Wait, what? The Body Shop Pumpkin Vanilla is a thing? Yup! The Body Shop’s newest Fall 2017 scent is in fact Pumpkin Vanilla. I was at Trader Joe a few days ago and they had pumpkin body butter and I was tempted to pick it up but they had no samples to smell. I had […]

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LOOSE IN LONDON – A DELICIOUS TREAT IN SOHO: RANDALL AND AUBIN

by Kristine Hughes @ Loose in London – Number One London

16 Brewer Street, Soho, London After leaving Mr. Foggs, we cabbed it over to Randall and Aubin in Soho. Known for their fresh seafood, Randall and Aubin has been a favourite since opening in 1996 and it has a contemporary Manhattan vibe with it’s Subway tile walls, wood floors and marble topped tables. The dining room … Continue reading "LOOSE IN LONDON – A DELICIOUS TREAT IN SOHO: RANDALL AND AUBIN"

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Press Release: Fikret Atay Rebels of the Dance, 2002, video, 10 min 57 In Rebels of the Dance, two boys sing and dance to traditional Kurdish songs in the cashpoint foyer of a bank. The title was derived from “Sultans of the Dance” – a folklore-derived TV show featuring ninety dancers, which was a smash hit in Turkey. Under grim lights, they break into a traditional song and turn the space into a stage. The songs follow one another ever faster, ever more rhythmically, and, of necessity, in their own invented language (Kurdish was outlawed in Turkey in the early 90s). Born 1976 in Batman, Turkey, lives there – 2004 Time zones, Tate – 2005 Sonidos lejanos/Distant Sound, MUSAC, Spain – 2006 Hammer Projects, UCLA Hammer Museum, Los Angeles – 2007 Site Gallery, Sheffield – 2008 Bonner Kunstverein, Germany – 2009 Batman versus Batman, Outlet, Istanbul – 2010 Fikret Atay, Viafarini, Milano. Tom Burr Worn, 2005, plywood, zinc hinges, paint, straw hat, neck tie, straw fan, thumbtacks, 105 x 60 x 243 cm The work “Worn” is part of a series of sculptures inspired by the personal life of the famous writer Truman Capote; the straw hat, neck tie and straw fan refer to the writer's personality and the vicissitudes through which he had to pass after the years of great popularity. The structure itself is used to assemble the objects and to impose a narrative aspect and suggest a sense of instability and possibility of collapse, that reflect the highs and lows of his personal and professional life.Tom Burr belongs to a generation of artists who have worked intently with the political and critical implications of art since the 1990's, extensively dealing with Minimal Art as well as using it as a starting point. Contrary to their predecessors and their institution-critical approaches, for artists like Burr, the museum or classical exhibition space is no longer the sole valid referential point. In fact, the frames of reference have expanded to quite diverse contexts. In his architectural and sculptural work, Burr intervenes and stages places pertaining to the everyday and to subcultures, such as public toilets, garden hedges, porn movie theaters, dire bars and video booths. Born 1963 in New Haven, lives in New York - 2002 Deep Purple, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York - 2003 Gone, Gone, American Fine Arts, New York - 2005 Complete Breakdown, Galerie Neu, Berlin – 2008 Addict – Love, Sculpture Center, New York – 2009 Bonvicini/Burr Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, Munich. Andrea Faciu Le Luneux, 2003, video, 3 min 34 In her video “Le Luneux”, the artist presents us a song unknown to her, up until the time when she found it on a record and proceeded to learn it by heart. Faciu thus reproduces the story of a blind person. The narrator in first person describes in simple words her life, thoughts, impressions, dreams as well as her surroundings, challenging the question of the ideal friendship and life within society. By means of the strict camera shots of the mouth, the singing is visualized in a certain way - the entity facing its impersonality in order to become monumental. At the same time the content is also brought forward through the juxtaposition of the recorded sound of Faciu's own voice and her memory of the song, bestowing it with an entirely new interpretation. Born 1977 in Bukarest, lives in Munich - 2004 Manifesta 5, San-Sebastian  - 2005 Galerie Christine Mayer, München - 2007 Villa Romana, Florenz – 2006/2007 Ars viva Preisträgerin des BDI – 2007 Leopold-Hoesch-Museum, Düren - 2009 Lothringer13 Kunsthalle, München – 2010 Junge Kunst e.V. Wolfsburg. Ryan Gander Potrait of Mary Auroré Somewhere between 1970 – 1973, 2003, black and white photography, 20 x 15 cm Portrait of Spencer Anthony Somewhere between 1970 – 1973, 2003, black and white photography, 15 x 20 cm The images are portraits of two fictional characters Spencer and Mary; these characters have appeared as many different manifestations in various works over the past 10 years of the artist’s practice. Spencer and Mary weave a narrative through out his works, providing us with snippets of stories and narratives of their lives and encounters with each other and different characters invented by he artist. By examining Ganders practice closely we learn that Spencer and Mary are described as illicit lovers, who lose each other on several occasions. The images in reality are photographs of the artist’s parents taken from a family album. Photographed in the 1970's, his parents were at the exact same age as Ryan Gander was when he executed this work. Born in Chester, UK, lives in London – studied at Rijksakademie – 2004 But it was all green, Annet Gelink Gallery, Amsterdam – 2005 T1 Triennial, Castello di Rivoli Museo d'Arte Contemporanea, Turin – Is this guilt in you too - (Cinema Verso), Whitechapel, London – 2007 Passengers, CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, Sand Francisco -  2008 Revolutions – forms that turn, 16th Biennale of Sydney – 2009 It’s a right Heath Robinson affair (a stuttering exhibition in two parts), Kadist Art Foundation, Paris.  Petrit Halilaj Un gallo borghese che voleva essere un pappagallo fino a quando ha potuto capire che poteva essere un gallo. E la sua moglie. (A bourgeois cock who wanted to be a parrot until he could understand that he could be a cock. And his wife), 2009, drawings on paper, wooden frame, 28,5 x 20,5 cm Petrit Halilaj develops his research from a deep necessity; one that is rooted in a constant questioning of what reality is, and its relation to people inside of it. Many of his pieces are dedicated to his memories, his family or other people close to him. However, his work can be considered everything but an intimate practice, since it essentially involves the invisible presence of a third spectator, hence touching the audience from an inner, personal level. Petrit Halilaj grew up in Kosovo; where he witnessed the whole war period during his early years. This conflict was the starting point of an astounding reflection. Born 1986 in Skenderaj (Kosovo). Lives in Berlin – 2006 Mediterraneo Contemporaneo, Castello Aragonese, Taranto – 2009 Chert, Berlin – 2009 “Time Machine”, curated by Vlado Velkov, Kunstverein Arnsberg – 2010 6th Berlin Biennial. Petrit Halilaj is represented by CHERT, Berlin. Alex Hubbard Dos Nacionales, 2008, video, 3 min 30  The video presents itself as the artist's typical table top video, restaging his various performative actions carried out on objects. As with his other video works, Hubbard restages the process of doing and making, with a focus on gesture, central to his practice. Handling, manoeuvring, placing, destroying, rearranging the colourful and playful compositions, build on shift and fail. In this specific piece, the viewer witnesses the artist's hands moving hats, dices, bricks, and other found objects, until the whole arrangement is comically and brusquely cleared away with a stick. Born 1975 in Toledo, Oregon, lives in New York - 2002-2003 Whitney Museum’s Independent Study Program – 2004 Reena Spaulings Fine Art, New York - 2008 St Louis Museum of Contemporary Art – 2009 Standard Galerie Oslo – 2010 Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. Emily Jacir Zina (from the series Where we come from), 2002-2003, text and c-print, 39 x 24,5; 22,5 x 30 cm Osama (from the series Where we come from), 2002-2003, text and c-print 22,5 x 30 cm Confinement and the status of stateless refugee or fugitive are frequently insuperable obstacles for Palestinians when traveling. With her US passport,  Emily Jacir is able to move freely and at large in Israel as well as in the occupied territories. This situation enables her to do things for other Palestinians such as taking care of errands or bringing over messages. The series ‘Where We Come From’ begins with her question to her fellow compatriots: “What can I do for you in Palestina, in which you cannot travel, but I can travel?” A sketch in the Egyptian Museum April 24, 2003, 2003, video, 1 min 15 In this video, an ironic way of working stands in the background. During the one and a half minute long and frontally arranged shot, a museum guard inexpertly cleans a stone containing a 5000-year-old hieroglyphic scripture. Visitors pass by unperturbed. From Paris to Riyadh (drawings for my mother), 1999-2001, marker on glassine, 21 x 29,7 cm. White sheets of transparent paper with stains of black ink. When having a closer look at them, the stains turn out to be silhouettes of female bodyparts. Each work-group corresponds to an issue of the french "Vogue", on which Emily Jacir worked page for page. A memory of the artist's childhood, when her mother had to blacken the naked parts of women's bodies in fashion-magazins, in order to take them with her from France to Saudi Arabia.- Stella Rollig Born 1970, lives and works in New York – 2002 Project Room, New York, 2003 Belongings, O.K. Center for Contemporary Art, Linz, Austria – 2004 Emily Jacir: Where We Come From, Moderna Museet, Stockholm – 2005 accumlations, Alexander and Bonin, New York; Emily Jacir, Anthony Reynolds Gallery, London – 2007-2008 Emily Jacir, Kunstmuseum, St. Gallen – 2009  dispatch, Alexander and Bonin, New York; Hugo Boss Prize, Guggenheim Museum, New York – 2010 stazione, Alberto Peola Arte Contemporanea, Torino; affiliations, Beirut Art Center. Rashid Johnson Me, Tavis Smiley and Shea Butter, 2004, video, 1 min 45In  Rashid Johnson's 2004 video "Me, Tavis Smiley & Shea Butter," the artist sits in his bathroom wearing only a towel around his waist rubbing shea butter lotion onto his chest and arms listening to ‘The Tavis Smiley radio talk show’. Tavis Smiley, a highly visible African-American radio and TV talk show host, political commentator, author, entrepreneur, advocate and philanthropist, discusses here the 50th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court decision from 1954, which declared segregation unconstitutional. Shea butter, an extract from a fruit tree that grows in western Africa, is a moisturizing salve commonly used by the African American community to prevent "ashy" skin and is a material frequently used in Johnson’s work. Johnson, an African American artist himself, combines these racially loaded subjects that could scream out “Blackness” but instead are presented as his simple daily morning routine. Born 1977 in Chicago, lives and works in New York – 2002 12x12: New Artist, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago – 2003 The Rise and Fall of the Proper Negro, moniquemeloche gallery, Chicago- 2005 the Production of Escapism, Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art – 2007 Dark Matters, James Harris Gallery, Seattle – 2008 Sharpening My Oyster Knife, Kunstmuseum Magdeburg, Germany – 2009 Rashid Johnson: Smoke and Mirrors, Sculpture Center, New York. Annette Kelm Untitled, 2009, c-print, mounted on aludibond, 70 x 58 cm "Untitled" pictures Dirk von Lowtzow, the singer of the band Tocotronic.  Kelm has re-photographed a Polaroid original, sandwiching together two exposures, two chemical processes, two time-scales and two points of creation. Looking to the side, turned toward something outside the limits of the image, sits the man on the top rung of a stepladder. His emphatically casual posture - arms folded in front of crossed knees and head turned away - cannot conceal a certain intension. The motif and composition feature strong reference to classical portrait, advertising, and fashion photography, which Annette Kelm likes to employ in her works. The fact that the context is not predetermined but the situation depicted is not spontaneous but rather looks consciously staged suggests to the viewer a whole series of ideas for interpretation. Born 1975 in Stuttgart, lives in Berlin – 2003 Als Kriechtier ist das Pferd edler als der Esel, HfBK, Hamburg – 2004 To a Snail, Galerie Crone, Berlin – 2006 Errors in English, Art cologne – Award of Young Art, Artothek, Cologne – 2007 Vier Jahreszeiten, Johann König, Berlin – 2008 CCA Wattis, Institute for Contemporary Art, San Francisco – 2009 Kunsthalle, Zürich; KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin; Camera Austria, Graz; Herald Street, London – 2010 Gio Marconi, Milano; Andrew Kreps, New York. Alicja Kwade Alice, 2001, video, 3 min 29 “Alice” consists of 22 clips (the number corresponds to the age of the artist at the time when the work was done) from different movies between the years 1929 and 2000, in which the female protagonist “Alice” is sought after or called. In her work, it is possible to recognize a narrative approach despite of the continuous interruptions. The diverse characters are solely connected to each other through their name, however they loose their identity by fading into each other; an identity they do not recover in Kwade's work. Born 1979 in Kattowice, Poland, lives in Berlin – 2006 B-IF 134, with Gregor Hildebrandt, UBERBAU, Düsseldorf – 2008 Von Explosionen zu ikonen, Hamburger Bahnhof, Museum for contemporary Art, Berlin – 2009 Grenzfälle fundamentaler Theorien, Johann König, Berlin – 2010 Probleme massereicher Körper, Westfählischer Kunstverein, Münster; Ereignishorizont, Kestner Gesellschaft, Hannover; Broken away from Common Standpoints, Museion at Peep-Hole, Milan. Rodney McMillian Untitled (The Michael Jackson Project), 2004, video, 3 min 28 The famous ballad “Memories”, sung by Gladys Knight, is mimed in a performance by Rodney McMillian.  Singing, “Can it be that it was all so simple then or has time erased every line?  If we had the chance to do it all again. Would we, could we?”. Searching for the root causes of how Michael Jackson became what he is, McMillian collaborates with Edgar Arceneaux on a project that traces the trajectory of cultural influences of a pop icon. Probing the formation of the star's persona through the different forces in his life, the artists prepared for this project by traveling to Gary, Indiana, the birthplace of Michael Jackson. The work investigates the construction of Jackson's subjectivity as a vehicle to understand the function of the icon in post-industrial America. Born 1969 in Comlumbia, South Carolina – 2004 on comfort, Gallery Adamski, Aachen – 2007 Neuer Aachener Kunstverein, NAK, Aachen – 2008 The Kitchen, New York, curated by Rashida Bumbray – 2009 Sentimental Disappointment, Momentum 14: Rodney McMillian, the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston – 2010 Succulent, Susanne Vielmetter, Los Angeles. Michaela Meise o.T. (Poster), 2008, 84 x 59,5 cm The photograph is linked through its motif to the old-fashioned genre of depicting the artist beside his/her art work. By using a roll of paper as a background as done commonly in photo studios, an empty space without horizon results, the artist perched next to her works “Satztische” and “halbe Matrjoschka”, much like a child in a family portrait. The image was originally made by the artist Sabine Reitmeier. Born 1976 in Hanau, Germany, lives in Berlin, studied at Städelschule, Frankfurt am Main (Prof. Ayse Erkmen) - 2002 Opening Show, Johann König, Berlin – 2004 Finding my balance. Mariel Hemingway, Kunstverein Braunschweig – 2005 Momentum Minor, Midway Contemporary Art, Minneapolos – 2006 Ceremony of Carols, Greene Naftali, New York – 2008 Blende, Richard Telles Fine Art, Los Angeles; Das schwache Haus, Basis e.V., Frankfurt a.M. – 2009 Ding und Körper, Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsruhe – 2010 Michael, Almine Rech, Brussels – 2011 Grazer Kunstverein, Graz. Michael Sailstorfer Anna, 2004, hair dryer, microphone, speakers, 65 x 47,2 x 59,1 cm ‘Anna’ plays with the image of pop culture. A hairdryer installed on a microphone stand represents a "background singer" performing a song. As soon as the blower is turned on, the sound is recorded by a filigree headset singing microphone. A lateral amplifier strengthens the sound made by the air current, filling up the exhibition space with a noise evocative of a rushing storm. The arrangement of the dryer in 50's style with his headset microphone remind of pop standards as they are usually depicted in revivals today, for example in the music and videos of soul-icon Amy Winehouse. As in many of his works, Sailstorfer experiments in 'Anna' with the possibility of expanding sculpture in space by means of the intangible: sounds, smell or light become defining aspects of the work. Born 1979 in Velden, lives in Berlin – 2002 Und sie bewegt sich doch!, Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus, Munich – 2005 Michael Sailstorfer – Skulptur, Ursula blickle Stiftung, Kraichtal; Zeit ist keine Autobahn, Zero, Milan – 2006 Michael Sailstorfer, Johann König, Berlin – 2007 U6, 14 Grad 34, 790N / 60 grad 50, 969W, Kasseler Kunstverein, Kassel – 2008 10 000 Steine, Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt a.M – 2009 Michael Sailstorfer, Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, Paris – 2010 Wiedereröffnung K20, K20, Düsseldorf; Kunstverein Bremerhaven; Kestnergesellschaft, Hannover. Benjamin Saurer o.T., 2010, hand-coloured offset print, 21 x 29,7 cm “Interpretationshilfe” The “Künstler” here would be the contemporary artist disguised, as a wandering tinker for whom doubting established certainties of any nature has become a handcraft. He finds his identity in the life form of an uninterrupted self as well as in all other questioning or nomadic forms of Dasein or being-there. This form of existence opens up an access into unfamiliar ways of seeing as well as new insights, thus becoming an agreeable guest who is always welcome.- Benjamin Saurer Born 1977 in Offenbach, Germany, studied at Städelschule Frankfurt a.M. – 2005 Pure Formalism, Weser 5, Frankfurt – 2006 Kunstverein Rüsselsheim – 2008 ParsViva Schnittraum, Cologne – 2008 Körnhäuschen Aschaffenburg; Sammlung Rausch, KW Hotel Marienbad, Berlin – 2009 Pilar Corrias Gallery, London – 2010 Stanley kuhblicks Odyssee im Weltraum, dépendance, Brussels; Solo project, Art Basel, Art Basel Statements. Erinc Seymen Daniel, 2002, oil on canvas 110 x 80 cm In Seymen’s works, the viewer is mistreated by the implied World as much as the work itself. In this sense, the roles may be reversed at any second. In a way, the dependency of the artist on his viewer places the viewer and the presenter in a different position in the “sadistic-masochistic” relationship. The character of the work is served by the repulsiveness of the figures he chooses combined with the voluntary dissonance Seymen’s colours possess. Whether pornography or calligraphy, there is a melancholic concern for detail in the criticism of representation Seymen seeks in almost all of his works. Born 1980 in Istanbul – 2003 Tekinsiz Mesafe Galerist, Istanbul – 2005 İhlal Alıştırmaları Galerist, Istanbul – 2006 Untitled Masa, Istanbul – 2007 Av Mevsimi Galerist, Istanbul; Plug-In Series Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, Netherlands;  Hiap Project Space, Helsinki. Josh Smith Untitled (JSP07413), 2006, oil on canvas, 152 x 122 cm Using the letters of his own name as a motif template, Josh Smith’s paintings eschew subject matter for a barrage of ironic and shameless autographs. Through this unorthodox approach, Smith deprives his canvases of both representational and abstract tradition to directly confront the function of painting itself. Working on stretched fabric, Smith convenes with concepts of authenticity, critical hierarchy and the mythology of the artists. Addressing painting through a variety of historical references from Expressionism to Pop, Smith subverts the aura of the object through his quirky and casual aesthetics. Endlessly replicated both by hand and mechanised copy, the vacant and generic quality of his name gains momentum. Born 1978 in Tennessee, lives in New York – 2003 Galerie Catherine Bastide, Brussels – 2004 Rena Spaulings Fine Art, New York – 2005 Sculpture Center, Long Island, New York – 2006 Air de Paris, Paris – 2007 Abstractions, Luhring Augustine, New York – 2008 Hidden darts, MUMOK, Vienna; Unstable ideas, Standard, Oslo – 2009 Josh Smith Centre D’art Contemporain de Genève, Geneva; Who Am I, De hallen Haarlem, Netherlands. Danh Vo Untitled (coin), 2008, 4 parts, sword, cardboard box, bow, 14 documents framed, format variable Like an archaeologist or collector, Danh Vo creates enigmatic settings by assembling together objects, documents and artefacts pertaining to his own biography while referring to the Vietnamese history as a background. In his work, he investigates the diverse meanings of personal and collective memory. The exhibited objects for instance, were bought by Vo on eBay from an American soldier named Jay, who had originally acquired the ethnic items from the native Vietnamese Montagnards. His letter exchange completes the installation. Born 1975, lives in Berlin – 2001 illegal housing, Royal Academy, Copenhagen – 2005 Not a drop but the fall, Klosterfelde, Berlin – 2006 Dreams and Expectations, Bergens Kunsthal, Bergen – 2007 Good Life, Isabella Bortolozzi, Berlin; Untitled, Brandenburgischer Kunstverein, Potsdam – 2008 Statement, Art Basel, Basel; Package Tour, Stedjdelik Museum, Amsterdam – 2009 Last fuck, Zero, Milan; Daniel Buchholz, Cologne; Kunsthalle Basel, Basel; Preis der neuen National Galerie, Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin – 2010 Artist Space, New York.  Johannes Wohnseifer Körperschemastörung IV, 2003, Plexiglas, carbon fibre, speed, rescue foil, wax, felt, aluminium, priming coat, 45 x 45 x 180 cm Wie heißt dein Freund?, 2007, acrylic, lacquer on aluminium, 140 x 100 cmIn his paintings and installations he gives poignant commentaries on current political issues, often mixing fact and fiction, precise references and arcane allusions, irony and analysis – with a healthy bit of conspiracy theory thrown in for good measure. - Frieze Art Fair Yearbook Born 1967 in Cologne, lives there – 1996 MOMAS, Guard Museum of Modern Art, Syros – 1997 Psylocibyn Experience, Musée des Beaux Arts, Nice - 1999 Museum, Projektraum, Museum Ludwig, Cologne – 2000 Der Stadtstreicher, 2 Centre d’Art Contemporain, Genf – 2002 Elimination of dialogue, Johann König, Berlin – 2003 Intervention, Sprengel Museum, Hannover; Into the Light, Ludwig Forum, Aachen – 2004 Art Scope: Cityscape into Art, Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo – 2008 The Hole World, Gisela Capitain – 2010 backyardoutdoorsculptureseries#4, Johann König, Berlin. Jordan Wolfson The Crisis, 2004, video, 4 min 50 The film shows the artist in an ancient Roman cathedral discussing what are in his opinion the greatest works of art and his desire to find in himself the power to make them. The work is both a satire and testimonial of what an artist wishes or desires in relationship to universal themes such as mortality, purpose, intention, and authenticity. Born 1980 in New York, lives and works there – 2004 Jordan Wolfson, Kunsthalle Zürich – 2005 Neverland, Jordan Wolfson, Yvon Lambert, Paris; Jiem-no-Pedti, T293, Naples – 2006 Jordan Wolfson, Wako works of Art, Tokyo – 2007 Jordan Wolfson, Rowley Kennerk Gallery, Chicago; Johann König, Berlin; Art Statements, Art 38 Basel – 2008 untitled false document, Swiss Institute, New York – 2009 The Exhibition Formerly Knows as Passengers, CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, San Francisco; Con Leche, Johann König, Berlin – 2010 Jordan Wolfson, Prospectif Cinéma, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris – 2011 KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin

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