Now Live at Exhibition A: David LaChapelle and Parisian Designer Agnès B.

David LaChapelle’s Untitled

Photographer David LaChapelle’s collages are a sudden departure, conceived as fully fledged works in their own right, and contribute significantly to the discourse surrounding contemporary collage. Using his own photographs and rudimentary materials–corrugated cardboard, oil sticks, ink–LaChapelle has found a short circuit to the primal visual immediacy and lucidity he so desires.

Three archival inkjet prints on stretched canvas, available as a triptych for $425, or separately for $125, $150 and $175 at

Collectors Q&A: agnès b.

Parisian designer agnès b. has achieved recognition for her global fashion brand as well as for being a patron of the arts. Over the years, she has supported work by photographers Nan Goldin, William Eggleston, Richard Billingham and Larry Clark as well as artists such as Dash Snow, Dan Colen, Harmony Korine and Andy Warhol. Here, agnès b. tells about the first artist she ever collected, her artist t-shirts and the surprising works of art in her own collection.

Exhibition A ( is a a members-only website that sells exclusive editions of work by top contemporary artists. It was started by Half Gallery owner Bill Powers, designer Cynthia Rowley and Laura Martin to foster the next generation of collectors while supporting artists.

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