Or jinmenseki (rock with a human face) museum; with a large collection of ‘rockfaces’ including celebrity look-a-likes such as Elvis Presley. The museum is situated near Tokyo in Japan. (via/read more hisiscolossal.com)
Whole is the first artist’ book by duo Carmen Freudenthal and Elle Verhagen, edited by Karen Heuter. Whole presents their complete oevre from 1989 up till 2016. Launched yesterday at the X-Bank in Amsterdam. Today Freudenthal/Verhagen themselves will be present at the Unseen Photofair Amsterdam where they will sign their book for you!
A retrospective exhibition of Freudenthal/Verhagen’s work will be on show at the X-bank gallery and the adjoining Duchess restaurant until 23/11/2016.
Did you know that we have an international sex day? It’s on the 9th of JUne…Fun!
People sometimes ask of us; what is it that you do Mimi Berlin? You keep posting all kinds of images with all kinds of topics…. Well, we answer, we read these images. Equally important we edit them, not with Photoshop, but we like to combine images to create new visions or ideas.
Image editing by Mimi Berlin.
Left: Illustration for Penthouse’ Happy Hooker column in the 1970s, Right: Ms Hollander wearing Bas Kosters in Volkskrant Magazine in 2016.
happy hooker in penthouse magazine
xaviera hollander wearing bas kosters. photo by Imke Panhuijsen
Xaviera Hollander, also known as The Happy Hooker, agreed to write a monthly sexual advice column for Penthouse Magazine in the seventies, “Call me Madam”. (read more xavierahollander.com) (Photo on the right by Imke Panhuijsen for De Volkskrant, February 2016.)