Here we are at the Rizzoli bookstore having a “conversation”, just like we have every day all day long for the past forty six years. Except this time there were a hundred people listening. Oh, we were talking about the book, Please Do Not Touch, which you yourself can buy and read if you click on the pics, which will take you to Amazon where you can Prime yourself a copy. We ourselves encourage you to do that because otherwise we’ll need to do more public conversations.
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Publication date is Tuesday April 10, which is when those of you wise enough and worried enough to plan ahead and pre-order your copy of our brilliant book about MOSS will be getting your books sent to you. Everyone here applauds your forethought and quick movements. Hear that? Okay, thanks guys. You can stop now. Anyway, this is a notice about the next step in the unleashing upon the world of our book. A “conversation” between Murray and Franklin AND an opportunity to yes buy the book and then have it signed by us. Yes, both of us. I realize most of you do not have a clue what you’ll be doing on Monday April 23rd. So if you find yourself out and about, come on over to Rizzoli. Hilarity will reign. Click on the book to go to the book website for all kinds of things you’ll be happy to find.
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Our about to be immensely popular new book, with the same title as the t-shirt, will be released on April 10th by Rizzoli. It will probably sell out in one day. Look at what happened to Fire and Fury. Of course, our book is not about Trump. Though it does have some pretty juicy revelations. It’s the story of MOSS, like you never heard it before. And speaking of Trump, did you know he NEVER shopped at MOSS? Unless it was him who broke in that night and stole the bicycle. I wouldn’t put it past him. Anyway, click on the shirt to go to the special Please Do Not Touch website where you can learn everything you need to know, including that you should pre-order from Amazon. It’s better to be safe than sorry, my grandmother always said. She always pre-ordered. And no, you cannot buy that t-shirt. It’s sold out. Let that be a lesson to you.
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It may not be the Second Coming, but it is the second in a series of two talks about TERTIUM QUID that Murray’s going to be doing. Wednesday August 13 at 6pm at Edelman Arts. In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Somewhat later Murray created TERTIUM QUID and that’s what he’s planning to talk about. For God’s sake, go. Learn something. OR, click on that little girl’s soul, I mean sole, to buy this photograph.
Here’s Murray explaining it all to Felix Burrichter of PinUp magazine. Note that Felix is carrying a copy of the Tertium Quid book. Note that you too could be carrying a copy of the Tertium Quid book, if you bought one. Note that you too could hear Murray explain how Tertium Quid came to be, if you come to the Artist Talk tomorrow night. It’s really all up to you. Are you on the team, or are you not on the team? Do you care about photography and art and exhibitions that make you think and feel and become a better human being? Or are you a parasitic blight on humanity? Click on Felix’s book for details of where and when you too can become a Tertium Quidder.
Here’s Murray explaining things to Gaetano Pesce and Ruth Shuman. They understood every word he said. You too can learn how things fit together in his mind. Come to Edelman Arts on Wednesday at 6pm. For the Artist Talk. No one can explain it like Murray.
We know you can’t get enough of Cecile’s jewelry, especially after our exciting shoot on Monday. Or maybe it’s this month’s Vogue cover story featuring Rhianna rocking Cecile’s rings? Wherever you’re seeing her jewelry (hint: everywhere), Paper Magazine is feeding your need with a feature story about the princess and the inspiration behind her wearable sculptures. Find Cecile Zu Hohenlohe’s Jewelry on the Moss Bureau site here.
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Miami’s AVANT gallery opened in New York last night, featuring ISOLAT E, the Skull Edition, a new aquarium concept by Moss Bureau clients Martin Schapira and Nathan Kamelhar. Really, it’s hard to go wrong with a pink skull and some beautiful fish. Right, guys?
5 March, 2014 in 2014, Design Miami, Installations, Moss Artists, Moss Bureau, Moss Bureau Exhibition
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They’re nice enough, I suppose, for paint on canvas. And naked is always good, of course, though doesn’t it sort of cheapen the whole effort? I don’t know. I guess I was expecting more.
Well, now we’re cooking. Do you know how hard it is to get aluminum to do this? It’s practically impossible. This is what you want dancers to be. Graceful, elegant, oversized, empty, and able to cut you if you get too close.
This vote isn’t even close.
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