• Larry Clark "Kiss The Past Hello"
  • Posted 49 months ago by staff · Art & Design · 8801 Views
  • On 8 October, 2010, Larry Clark opened his show "Kiss The Past Hello" at Paris' Musée d'Art Moderne but, since the mayor declared the show unsuitable for children, under-18s have been banned from viewing the retrospective. Below are a selection of images from the exhibition, which will be open until 2 January, 2011.

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    • Jesus Christ, those black and whites are divine.
    • Dan Grant Posted 49 months ago · 25 Reply
    • I thought the french were down with nudity and drugs
    • Brian Posted 49 months ago · 24 Reply
    • beautiful work I am such a fan x
    • Gemmiev Posted 49 months ago · 11 Reply
    • holy mackeral, those photographs are immense
    • fan of art Posted 49 months ago · 6 Reply
    • ironic that under 18s arent allowed to view the show
    • kmt Posted 49 months ago · -3 Reply
  • Inventory Edits
  • 49 months ago · Art & Design · 0 Comments · 1990 Views
  • Inventory Edits is an annual large format newspaper publication from the Inventory initiative which showcases the images that didn't make the magazine's final cut, providing us with a closer look at the people who were featured in the first two issues.
  • Damien Hirst Sketches Up For Auction
  • 49 months ago · Art & Design · 0 Comments · 4012 Views
  • On 21 October, 2010, Bloomsbury Auctions' Urban Contemporary sale in London will be offering people the chance to buy original doodles from the world-famous artist Damien Hirst. The move takes place after a drawing Hirst did as a tip for a taxi driver reached an unexpected ?12,000...
  • Submission Sunday
  • 49 months ago · Art & Design · 5 Comments · 4833 Views
  • Work from Costa Rican photographer Matias Sauter. To submit your work email us 4-6 jpeg examples of your work (660 px width) and a link to contactus@huhmagazine.co.uk, or join our Flickr group.
  • Basquiat en Paris
  • 49 months ago · Art & Design · 0 Comments · 7149 Views
  • Yesterday saw the opening of an extensive retrospective of Jean-Michel Basquiat with the Modern Art Museum of Paris. Basquiat, after making a phenomenal amount of large scale paint works, died of a drug overdose in 1988. The exhibition is open from October 15 to January 30.