ARI MARCOPOULOS: OUT & ABOUT

The book Ari Marcopoulos: Out & About, published last month by Alleged Press, presents fifteen years of photographs by Marcopoulos with, according to September’s issue of i-D, accompanying notes by Korine. The book also features an introduction by Aaron Rose, which can be found here. One page from Korine can also be read here. Thanks to Jesus’ Son and Joe Merarca for this information.

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DIGITAL BABYLON AND OTHER NEWS

Digital Babylon: Hollywood, Indiewood and Dogme 95, published by Lone Eagle Publishing Company on September 15, 2001, takes a look at filmmakers redefining cinema. Korine is one director looked at, with the book including an interview and several pages of his writing. Scans of the pages can now be found on the site (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10), thanks to Will Harm. The interview can also be read here on the site. A few more Larry Clark articles have been added too, all of which you can find here.

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FILTER INTERVIEW

The current issue of Filter magazine features a joint interview with Kim Gordon and Harmony Korine for Gus Van Sant’s Last Days, in which both act. The official site for the film is lastdaysmovie.com. Thanks to Chris Lusher.

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FUNCTION INTERVIEW

The June issue of Function magazine included an interview with Korine. Function is a magazine put out by students at Ryerson University in Toronto, where Korine appeared in April for the Kodak Lecture Series. The interview can be found here. The magazine’s website is functionmagazine.com. Thanks to RONSAUCE for this.

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NASHVILLE SCENE INTERVIEW

An interview with Korine appeared in the April 7 – 13 issue of Nashville Scene. In there he talked about Above The Below, which was playing at the Nashville Film Festival that month, the Marx Brothers, Henny Youngman and Last Days. The interview can be found on nashvillescene.com.

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BEAUTIFUL LOSERS

Beautiful Losers, a travelling retrospective of contemporary art and street culture that opened in July of 2004, features work by Korine. The retrospective is curated by Christian Strike and Aaron Rose of the Alleged Gallery and is running until 2007. An interview with Rose about the show can be found here. The accompanying exhibition catalog, available to buy here, features biographies and essays by some of those involved. There is also a article by Aaron Rose titled “Least Likely to Succeed,” with a segment on Korine. That can be read here.

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DRAW!

The recent group exhibition DRAW! that featured at agnès b’s Galerie du Jour (April 16 – May 28) included work by Korine, which you can now see here. The pieces featured previously at Korine’s solo exhibition at the gallery in 2003. Each picture could be bought for around 1500 euros. Further information concerning the exhibition can be found at galeriedujour.com.

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I-D INTERVIEW

This month’s issue of i-D magazine contains a feature interview with Korine and agnès b. Scans of the magazine have been added to the site (1, 2, 3, 4) and the interview can be found here. Thankyou to both Smut and Jesus’ Son.

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FOSTER HOMES AND GARDENS

Scans of a Harmony Korine feature in a 1997 issue of the Japanese magazine Dune have been added to the site (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11), thanks to Eddie Austin. The feature is titled Foster Homes & Gardens, which is the name of a fanzine created by Korine in the early 1990s. The feature may or may not be a reprint of the fanzine.

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NASHVILLE FILM FESTIVAL

Korine made an appearance at the recent Nashville Film Festival (April 14 – 21), where he introduced Robert Bresson’s The Devil, Probably (1977) and presented his own Above the Below (2004). A short essay written by Korine on The Devil, Probably, which features on the NFF website, can be found here.

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