Larry Clark’s Photographs, for $100 Apiece

Larry Clark’s Photographs, for $100 Apiece

Irreverent filmmaker and photographer Larry Clark will be selling a selection of photographs at Los Angeles's Ooga Booga Gallery for $100 each. Although his fine-art photographs have fetched several thousands of dollars at auction, the 72-year-old Kids director decided to distribute these images among friends and fans, after the success of a similar sale at New York's Home Alone 2 Gallery two years ago.

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The Downtown Handbag Line With a Can’t-Stop Mentality

The Downtown Handbag Line With a Can’t-Stop Mentality

It's no secret that New Yorkers can be out and about for (at least) 18 hour days, hopping from the gym to work to dinner and a date without stopping home in between. Inspired by the girl who leaves her apartment at 7 a.m. and doesn't get home until after midnight, the downtown-minded accessories brand Overt crafted a five-in-one bag with maximum functionality that doesn't sacrifice an ounce of style. Document's Emily Singer and co-founder Lauren Kozica sat down to talk specifics.

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Ryan McNamara and Curator Piper Marshall on Performance Art in Museums and McNamara’s New Show

Ryan McNamara and Curator Piper Marshall on Performance Art in Museums and McNamara’s New Show

Last Thursday, Mary Boone Gallery opened Gently Used, an exhibition of new works by Ryan McNamara. Known for his site-specific performances, McNamara has produced new sculptures and collages that are drawn from the props, costumes, and pictures of his previous performances. Drew Sawyer chatted with McNamara and Piper Marshall, the show's curator, in advance of the opening.

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