19 April 2017

David LaChapelle – Materialistic Beauty And Everlasting Youth – First Venice Solo Show

Lost+ Found is David LaChapelle’s first solo show in Venice. The exhibition expanding over four floors presents a survey of LaChapelle’s work from his early career till today.

22 June 2016

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David LaChapelle Auctions Keith Haring’s Last Great Canvas At Sotheby’s London

One of Keith Haring’s final great works is being offered by Sotheby’s, from the collection of photographer David LaChapelle, in its Contemporary Art Evening Auction, on June 28th. It’s estimated to sell for £2,000,000–3,000,000 ($2,900,000–4,340,000).  Entitled, The Last Rainforest, it  is more detailed, more complete, more studied, and more virtuosic than any other work by this artist. It is a […]

15 September 2014

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London Commuters Turn Art Viewers For David Lachapelle’s Public Photography Project.

Ten images from David Lachapelle’s ‘Refineries and Gas’ series have suddenly appeared on the top of bus stops in Central London, between Somerset House on the Strand and Trafalgar Square. The photographs were created using scale models made out of everyday objects, and are designed to be viewed from the top deck of a double-decker […]

6 June 2014

David LaChapelle: Modern Temples Of Consumerist Worship An Ominous Vision

In the first of our Artist to Artist series Michal Cole talks to and reviews the American photographer David LaChapelle’s latest London exhibition ‘Land Scape’ at ROBILANT + VOENA. David LaChapelle’s ‘Land Scape’ exhibition at ROBILANT + VOENA is a celebration of colours and textures presented in large format photographs. His work is magnetic; you […]

12 May 2014

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David LaChapelle Explores Apocalyptic Luminosity In New Landscapes Exhibition

The celebrated American artist David LaChapelle is presented in a new exhibition of landscapes at Robilant & Voena, in London. Characteristically deceptive, the series of eight photographs seemingly depict oil refineries as temples of energy production shot in glorious technicolour. On closer inspection we realise that these are far from real, rather we notice oddly […]

21 June 2013

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American Photographer David LaChapelle Featured In New Paris Exhibition

Galerie Daniel Templon, Paris, presents the American photographer David LaChapelle featuring two powerful series in France for the first time: Still Life, and the innovative Last Supper. World-renowned for his highly colorful fashion photography and flamboyantly baroque portraits of celebrities, David LaChapelle surprises us here with a new approach that bears witness to his interest […]

11 November 2011

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Kate Moss Portrait To Sell For Big Bucks At Bonhams

Portrait of Kate Moss set to be sold at Bonhams next week for £18,000, alongside famous images by Robert Maplethorpe and David LaChapelle A nude black and white portrait of supermodel Kate Moss taken by celeb and fashion photographer Albert Watson is set to make £18,000 when it goes on sale next at Bonhams in […]

15 October 2011

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Alexander McQueen And Isabella Blow Camp It Up At The NPG

David LaChapelle Photo Purchased by National Portrait Gallery Goes On Display A photograph of the late great fashion designer Alexander McQueen and his muse the magazine editor Isabella Blow has been bought by the National Portrait Gallery (NPG) in London. Burning Down the House by Avant Garde photographer David LaChapelle was originally published in the […]

30 September 2011

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Elton John Auctions $1m Of Contemporary Art

AIDS charity to benefit from Sotheby’s sale and new photo Portfolio Elton John has announced that his charitable organization, The Elton John AIDS Foundation will auction six important works of contemporary art at Sotheby’s. The sale held on the 10 Nov in New York will include Keith Haring’s untitled 1981 ink-on-paper drawing depicting three men. […]