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Korine, Harmony

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LC classificationPS3561.O658
Personal name headingKorine, Harmony
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Found inKids, c1995: t.p. (Harmony Korine) p. 4 of cover (19 years old)
A crack up at the race riots, 1999: CIP t.p. (Harmony Korine) data sheet (b. 01-04-1974)
Harmony Korine, 2014: ECIP t.p. (filmmaker; currently resides in Nashville, TN)
Wikipedia, 08-04-2015: (Harmony Korine; b. 1/4/1973 in Bolinas, Calif. and raised in Nashville, TN; American film director, producer, screenwriter, author, occasional actor, artist and photographer; best known for writing Kids and for writing and directing Spring Breakers, Gummo, Julien Donkey-Boy and Mister Lonely; his film Trash Humpers premiered at Toronto International Film Festival and won the main prize, the DOX Award; his film Spring Breakers was released in 2013; ART: he released a number of photographic collections, usually in conjunction with gallery exhibits. In 1998 he published The Bad Son in conjunction with Taka Ishii gallery in Tokyo, documenting his various photo shoots with Macaulay Culkin; in 2002, Pass the Bitch Chicken was released, a collaboration with artist Christopher Wool, which consists of Korine's photographs heavily edited by Korine and Wool; in 2009 he published Pigxote in conjunction with the Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery and released by Nieves; the university describes the exhibition, which ran through February 26, 2009, as culling "together a number of photographs from Korine's private files in order to reveal a side of the artist's creative process that remains largely unexamined. Depicting an unnamed, mysterious young girl moving through a televised landscape of shifting contexts, Pigxote further illustrates Korine's interest in replacing plot lines and expected narrative tropes with intuitively arranged “experiential moments.” They also provide a unique insight into the poetic mind of Nashville's most compelling prodigal son"; his works were presented in a 2003 exhibition at agnès b's Galerie du jour in Paris, with whom Korine has often been associated; In 2010, Korine collaborated with New York Visual Artist Bill Saylor on the book, Ho Bags; The book consists of drawing and paintings in which Korine and Saylor drew over each others works; in 2011 Korine collaborated with the New York brand Supreme, releasing a set of two skateboard decks featuring original artworks by Korine)