PHOTO: Vice mag at 12Mail
12Mail, a unique new gallery on the Paris scene, invites French Vice magazine to show us what they’re made of. And you might be surprised not to see any naked chicks, skateboards, or images from the magazine’s most famous collaboraters, like Ryan McGinley, Richard Kern or Terry Richardson. Vice has decided to demonstrate a more mature side of their world, showcasing the photos and illustrations of new and for the most part French collaboraters including Estelle Hanania, Ana Kras, Frédéric Fleury, Jérémy Boulard Le Fur, Edrem, Jérémie Grandsenne, Arthur Molines, Arturo Guéret, Emanuele Cardesi, Sylvain Emmanuel Prieur and Linus Bill, curated by Maciek Pozoga. There’s also a limited-edition CD with a soundtrack put together by Detect available at the vernissage this Fri 17 Sep (6-9pm), which could possibly turn into a spontaneous wake, following the death of Vice’s editor in chief Mathieu Berenholc this summer.
Fri 17 Sep-12 Nov. 12Mail, 12 rue du Mail, 2nd. Wed-Fri, 2-6pm.