• Curated By: Johan Kugelberg
  • Posted 52 months ago by Jonnie Craig · Art & Design · 7680 Views
  • This week's Curated By comes in the form of a video special from New York based curator and collector, Johan Kugelberg. Having spent earlier years of his life in the music industry, he now primarily works with curation at his Manhattan based gallery Boo-Hooray, showcasing artists like Jerry Hsu, Ragnar Persson and Carl Johan De Geer. Johan is currently writing and researching a project about tracing the aesthetic history of the punk movement together with Jon Savage.








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    • the girl fucking through the whole video is so great.
    • geoff Posted 52 months ago · 21 Reply
    • These videos are INSANE!!!
    • Dr. Dog Posted 52 months ago · 24 Reply
    • true wine is hilarious
    • Brian Posted 52 months ago · 11 Reply
    • Johan is such a boring rich Swedish guy living in New York.
    • Rich Posted 52 months ago · 16 Reply
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  • 52 months ago · music · 0 Comments · 5060 Views
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