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Ohwow Tackles Politics With Pictures

Terry Richardson. (Courtesy the artist)

Aaron Bondaroff—a k a A-ron, the Downtown Don, a k a one of the co-founders of Ohwow art gallery, a k a “the original 30-something LES hipster,” as Gawker put it—is entering politics. Ohwow is teaming with the chic political group Downtown for Democracy to publish a small pamphlet called the Pocket Guide to Politics. It will be released on May 1, and Dan Colen, Aurel Schmidt and Terry Richardson are involved. Read More


Terry Richardson, Spike Jonze and Chloë Sevigny Contribute to Opening Ceremony’s ‘Super Secret’ 10-Year Book

Today, Opening Ceremony published news on its blog that it has a new book in the works to be released by Rizzoli on Sept. 4 with work by Ryan McGinley, Terence Koh and Marcel Dzama, and a zine insert by “Spike and Chloë.” According to a young staffer who answered the phone at Opening Ceremony online, the book, timed with the 10-year anniversary of the boutique, on a quiet street near the border of Soho and Chinatown, was the brainchild of OC’s two founders, Carole and Humberto, and put together by three OC staffers with contributions by “everyone in the company.” But it’s “super secret” according to the staffer we spoke with and only three people know exactly what’s inside. Needless to say, our request for images was to no avail. Read More

Oscars Week

Paz de la Huerta, Pamela Anderson, Legions of Hipsters Mob Terry Richardson Opening in L.A.

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Mr. Richardson and Lindsay Lohan.

Terry Richardson knows how to throw a party. Last night he opened “Terrywood,” his quasi-homage to all things Hollywood—and himself—at L.A.’s OHWOW Gallery. Far from the Zegna-suited, Pomellato jewelry-draped Gagosian crowd of Thursday night, Mr. Richardson attracted hordes of the tragically hip, folks more likely to be seen shopping vintage than Bergdorf’s. Read More


Terry Richardson Introduces Us to His Parents

Richard Prince, Terry Richardson, James Frey (Photo courtesy Terry's Diary)

The line for the Terry Richardson show “MOM DAD” at Half Gallery on Friday was a clamoring, clustering thing, attractive people waving and desperate to squeeze into a space that, true to its name, isn’t very big. It was a bit like the opening of a nightclub, with everyone trying to be aloof and desperate at the same time, though there was very little order to it. Half Gallery owner Bill Powers came to the front from time to time and poked his pink sunglasses glasses around the door frame to point to people who were cool (e.g. “James!”—James Frey, of course). Read More