Watch The Premiere Of The Music Video For Alex Cameron's Track "Candy May" Off New Album

Watch the video for “Candy May,” directed by Meghan McGarry. As she describes it, “Candy May is a visual, gut-wrenching longing, seeping out through the skin with a swagger that is distinctively Alex Cameron.” Cameron's new album, Forced Witness, will be released on September 8. Click here to read our interview of Alex Cameron from our archives. 

Mint&Serf "Warranted Non-Compliance" Group Show Opening @ Lazy Susan Gallery In New York

The exhibition of new works on paper by Christopher Johnson, Mikhail Sokovikov and Jason Aaron Wall (Mint&Serf) investigates a range of figurative themes and conceptual perspectives that always question but not always answer. After a two-year hiatus Johnson, Sokovikov and Wall return with a set of refreshed attitudes and new directions that explore personal identity, abstract experimentation and destruction as the human condition. Warranted Non-Compliance will be on view until June 5 at Lazy Susan gallery, 191 Henry Street Chinatown, NYC. photographs by Lorenzo Fariello

A Sneak Preview Of The Brand New Marciano Art Foundation At The Former Scottish Rite Masonic Temple In Los Angeles

The Marciano Art Foundation was established by Maurice and Paul Marciano - founders of guess - to grant the public access to the Marciano Art Collection through presentations of rotating, thematic exhibitions housed in a permanent exhibition space in Los Angeles. The museum opens on May 25, 2017. Click here to grab tickets. photographs by Oliver Maxwell Kupper

Watch The Premiere Of "I Love Mexico City" A New Short Fashion Film From AllSaints

In the latest of its global creative initiatives, AllSaints has chosen to explore and celebrate Mexico City. The resulting short film, entitled ‘I México City’ champions the people and spirit of the city, focusing on the ways that local individuals use their personal style, identity and environment to put a unique stamp on AllSaints’ collections. Wil Beedle, AllSaints Creative Director: “Over seven days in March, we set ourselves the task of exploring Mexico City to find a diverse range of kindred spirits, who we feel express the values and attitude of AllSaints. Having photographed and filmed them in and around their own homes, streets and neighborhoods, we immediately shared the resulting imagery in a huge installation that became the backdrop for a local party we held in their honor. Just like the city itself, the week spent filming ‘I México City’ was chaotic and unpredictable, and more inspiring than most conventional ‘fashion-week’ experiences we’re ever likely to have.”

Highlights From Photo London 2017 @ Somerset House in London

Now in its third edition, Photo London has established itself as a world-class photography fair and as a catalyst for London’s dynamic photography community. From the capital’s major museums, to its auction houses, galleries large and small, right into the burgeoning creative communities in the East End and South London, Photo London harnesses the city’s outstanding creative talent and brings together the world’s leading photographers, curators, exhibitors, dealers and the public to celebrate photography, the medium of our time. Photo London will be on view from May 18 to May 21 at Somerset House in London. photographs by Flo Kohl

Ranch Of The Rising Sun Presents Sensual Assault In Pioneer Town, California

Curated by Leyden Pavlova, Sensual Assault is a special group exhibition highlighting the physical sensations that dominate in this wild desert space. One feels the wind, the heat, the sun, and an overwhelming visceral sensation of the vastness of geological time. Visually, these forces can be seen in the earth, dry and sharp, worn smooth in places, and the plants that grow imperceptibly only to explode with flowers in the spring. The overwhelming sensations from this landscape provide a context to explore the human body’s violence and vulnerability. Through texture and movement, sensuality and savagery, the human experience is shown through the traces and imprints that people and places leave on each other. Featuring artists Theodore Boyer, Pola Esther, Marie Tomanova, William Kaner, Shig and Ethan Rider. photographs by Marielle Stobie

Jeff Koons Exhibition Of New And Recent Works @ Gagosian Gallery in Los Angeles

Gagosian presents an exhibition of recent and new work by Jeff Koons. Making use of conceptual constructs including the ancient, the everyday, and the sublime, Koons creates luxurious icons and elaborate tableaux, which, beneath their captivating exteriors, engage the viewer in a metaphysical dialogue with cultural history. The exhibition will be on view until August 18, 2017 at Gagosian Beverly Hills. photographs by Bianca Vázquez

Raymond Pettibon "TH' EXPLOSIYV SHOYRT T" @ David Zwirner Gallery in New York

David Zwirner is presents an exhibition of new work by Raymond Pettibon, on view at 519 West 19th Street in New York. The artist's tenth solo show at gallery TH’ EXPLOSIYV SHOYRT T follows his collaborative presentations with Marcel Dzama at the gallery in both London and New York last year. Raymond Pettibon "TH' EXPLOSIYV SHOYRT T" will be on view until June 24, 2017. photographs by Oliver Maxwell Kupper

A Preview Of "Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons: Art of the In-Between" @ The Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute In New York

The Costume Institute's spring 2017 exhibition will examine the work of Japanese fashion designer Rei Kawakubo, known for her avant-garde designs and ability to challenge conventional notions of beauty, good taste, and fashionability. The thematic show will feature approximately 150 examples of Kawakubo's womenswear for Comme des Garçons dating from the early 1980s to her most recent collection. The galleries will illustrate the designer's revolutionary experiments in "in-betweenness"—the space between boundaries. Objects will be organized into eight aesthetic expressions of interstitiality in Kawakubo's work: Fashion/Anti-Fashion, Design/Not Design, Model/Multiple, Then/Now, High/Low, Self/Other, Object/Subject, and Clothes/Not Clothes. Kawakubo breaks down the imaginary walls between these dualisms, exposing their artificiality and arbitrariness. On view from May 4 to September 4, 2017 at The Metropolitan Museum Of Art in New York. photographs by Oliver Maxwell Kupper