Sunday, October 28, 2012

Jude Law at Nice airport
On October 28th

....with a lot of luggages...a lot....but he 's always looks so amazing......

Friday, October 26, 2012

Jude Law "Anna Karenina" Stephen Holt Show @ TIFF'12

Jude Law "Anna Karenina" Stephen Holt Show @ TIFF'12

This is really cool!! ;)

Monday, October 15, 2012

Jude Law: Shirtless Swim in St. Tropez!
Jude Law goes for a shirtless swim off the dock of Club 55 on Sunday (October 14) in St. Tropez, France.
The 39-year-old actor was joined by a pal for his afternoon swim in the South of France.
Earlier this month, Jude was spotted heading into the Groucho Club for a night out on the town.


Jude Law In ‘Dom Hemingway’: First Photo

Jeremy Thomas’ Recorded Picture Co. released this photo of Jude Law and Richard E. Grant on location in the South of France shooting writer-director Richard Shepard’s black comedy Dom Hemingway. Law plays a notorious safecracker looking for payback from a crime boss played by Demian Bichir. Emilia Clarke, Jumyan Hunter and Madalina Ghenea also star.

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Turner Prize 2012 Jude Law Presents Prestigious Award - Review

The Artists nominated for the Turner Prize 2012 unveiled their work today, at Tate Britain, in an exhibition which questions your sensibilities and again challenges your perceptions of boundaries in contemporary art. The exhibition was broken down into six rooms featuring the work by the four shortlisted artists:  Paul Noble, Luke Fowler, Spartacus Chetwynd and Elizabeth Price (in that order).

Turner Prize 2012 The first room is reserved for quite a traditional display of wall art and related small scaled  sculpture. The Large graphite drawings by Paul Noble portray a mystical village called Nobson Newtown. It is the kind of place where Max Ernst meets M C Esher in a Henry Moore dreamscape. A group of hybrid sculptures accompany the pieces on the walls. They also borrow from Ernst and add in a touch of Joan Miro. It is work from another period and time and references more then creates. This is not a ground breaking original statement. They are however, accomplished and pleasant enough contenders.

Luke Fowler, Turner Prize 2012, is next up and exhibits his film All Divided Selves 2011, an exploration of the thoughts and legacies of the Scottish psychiatrist RD Laing (1927-89). The film presents a collage of archival material, in which the audience becomes a witness to a series of psychiatric sessions. Fowler also displays a series of small double framed photographs, Two Frame Film 2006 is reminiscent of film montage. The film's content is a study of sanity vs madness. The cast of disturbed extras, expose Laing as just another unstable and vulnerable man. It leaves you with the feeling that you are at the mercy of the psychiatrist and could be sectioned, should he wake up on the wrong side of bed. This installation is not outstanding in any way, shape or form. The film is not moving or particularly intriguing. I will need to give this one a second viewing in case I missed something.
Spartacus Chetwynd ,Turner Prize 2012, on the other hand recreates highlights from her nominated exhibition 'Odd Man Out' 2011 which addressed ideas of democracy and the consequences of decision making. In live performances that run from 12:00-17:00 daily visitors will be invited to present themselves to ‘the oracle’ for a pronouncement on their future actions and to watch a puppet show of the tale of Jesus and Barrabas. Footage from past performances are also included. Drawing from art history, literature, film and television, Chetwynd’s carnivalesque live events dissolve the boundary between spectator and participant. This entrant is perhaps the most memorable with it's taped together stage set and rickety scaffolding. The performers are all friends and family of the artist, who lives in a nudest commune, has a love for puppetry and actually knows how to fill a space with visually stimulating action packed expression.
Elizabeth Price, Turner Prize 2012, presents her video installation THE WOOLWORTHS CHOIR OF 1979, 2012. Comprising three parts, the video brings together distinct bodies of material into a dissonant assembly; photographs of church architecture, internet clips of Girl Group performances and news footage of a notorious fire in a Woolworths furniture department in 1979. Price weaves together existing archives of text, image and sound to create video installations that drift between social history and fantasy.

The prize winner will be chosen by a jury made up of: Andrew Hunt, Director, Focal Point Gallery, Southend-on-Sea; Heike Munder, Director, Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst, Zurich; Mark Sladen, Director, Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen and Penelope Curtis, Director, Tate Britain and Chair of the Jury.  jury member Michael Stanley, Director, Modern Art Oxford, tragically died on 21 September. It is not known whether a replacement will be found.

The Turner Prize was established in 1984 and is awarded to a British artist under fifty for an outstanding exhibition or other presentation of their work in the twelve months preceding 24 April 2012. It is intended to promote public discussion of new developments in contemporary British art and is widely recognised as one of the most prestigious awards for the visual arts in the world.

The winner of the prize will be announced during a live broadcast of the award ceremony on Channel 4, as part of a special half-hour programme, on the evening of Monday 3 December 2012 by actor Jude Law. This year’s prize fund, supported by Channel 4, is £40,000 with £25,000 going to the winner and £5,000 each for the other shortlisted artists. Watch this website for complete coverage of all Turner Prize events.

Sunday, October 7, 2012

Jude Law Starrer 'Dom Hemingway' Adds a Slew of Cast Members

Demian Bichir, Emilia Clarke, Jumayn Hunter and Madalina Ghenea have joined Jude Law and Richard E. Grant in the cast of “Dom Hemingway, producer Jeremy Thomas announced on Thursday.
The London-set black comedy about revenge and regrets is written and directed by Richard Shepard (“The Matador”).

Jude Law plays the title role of Hemingway, a character with a loose fuse. Back on the streets of London after 12 years in prison, it’s time to collect what he’s owed for keeping his mouth shut. Travelling with his best friend (Grant), he visits his crime boss (Bichir, pictured) in the south of France to claim his reward.
Produced by Thomas’ Recorded Picture Company, with partners BBC Films, CinemaNX/Isle of Man Film, Pinewood Films and Lionsgate, “Dom Hemingway” also will film on location in the South of France. HanWay Films is handling worldwide sales.
“With these great players in addition to Jude Law and Richard E. Grant, the cast promises acting fireworks,” Thomas said in a release.

        we get the new look but....he has always a wonderful ass!!! ;)

Thursday, October 4, 2012

 ... Jude Law arrives at the Groucho Club in London..
Wednesday, October 3, 2012

He needs an Italian fiancee... ;)

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