POST BY KAREN ARCHEY AND PADDY JOHNSON
Richard Tuttle, Walking on Air, 1, 2008, cotton with Rit and coffee dyes, grommets, thread, 1′ 10-7/8″ x 10′ 1-1/8″ (58.1 cm x 307.7 cm), 2 panels, overall installed. Image via: Pace Wildenstein. Please note: this gallery does not normally receive any coverage from us because they do not allow photography.
Richard Tuttle’s exhibition “Walking on Air” at Pace Wildenstein, or, as we like to call it, “The Seaworthy Undergarments of Sailors.”
Greg Bogin, Happy place II, 2009, Synthetic paint and urethane on canvas, 52 x 47 inches. Image via: Leo Koenig.
Naturally, Greg Bogin titles his latest exhibition at Leo Koenig, “I Want to be Your Friend.” When you’re as well hung as the image above, we imagine they aren’t hard to come by.
Mimi Smith, Jockstrap, 1972, Tootsie rolls, elastic, thread, 10 x 18 x 2 inches. Image via: Anna Kustera
Aged tootsie rolls are actually a cure for STDs.
Sheilah Gowda, Between the Lines, 2009, C-print, Image via: Thomas Erben Gallery
A toilet paper house for your underwear?
Mike Kelley, City 6 / No. 4 (White), 2008, 54 by 22 by 22 inches, acrylic resin/wood. Image via: Mary Boone.
Perfect for entertaining! Impress guests with this elegant collection of frosted butt plugs.