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Part of the excitement and joy of hunting for Brutalist treasures is about discovering ones that don’t announce themselves or hide in plain sight. Waiting for a friend outside Kunsthaus Zurich on an overcast early evening in spring, I noticed the fire exit by the restaurant. Its clean-cut, yet slightly grim and weather-beaten brut looks reminded me somewhat of the National Theatre in London. The stairway leads up to the exhibition hall extension, built 1954-1958 by Hans and Kurt Pfister. Now. I’ve been to Kunsthaus countless times. As long as I can remember, I’ve admired the timeless elegance and modernity of the extension. But it took me until April 2018 to actually look at it. Imagine my (positive) shock-reaction upon noticing the cladding panels are textured in corrugated concrete. This part of Kunsthaus clearly speaks of the international style and technical innovations of its era. At the same time, it can be read as a Brutalist avant-la-lettre. At least in my book. . #playhunter #sweetbrutalist @kunsthaus_zurich

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Dr Pure and Mr Bling: a sleek, if unassuming minimalist by day, this facade comes alive at night, when the integrated light and colour effects switch on and the 2000 travertine stone strips start to swivel. Picture a  postmaterialist, purist take on Vegas. Quite the Swiss bank clerk by day who swings into full drag at night, or so. Scroll down to find out where to hook up. . . . . . . . CAS Casino Lugano, 1999-2001 by Luca Gazzaniga Architetti. #playhunter #sweetbrutalist

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Insomniac sun, take your tentacles off me. . . #playhunter #sweetbrutalist

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The sky is the beginning . . #playhunter #sweetbrutalist

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Brick and granite structures at #vitracampus. Built by Portuguese architect #alvarosiza, they form part of a pathway connecting Zaha Hadid's iconic fire station (1993) with @vitradesignmuseum by Frank Gehry (1989) and #VitraHaus by Herzog de Meuron. The promenade is open to the public, inviting visitors to explore the blending of beautifully landscaped nature, world class architecture and design as well as production spaces. . #playhunter #sweetbrutalist

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Mood: it's #threelionsonashirt all the way. Tears or triumph: tears and hurt are routine; but a smart English side actually winning penalties and fully deserving their place in the sun still feels mildy shocking. I'm looking forward to a night of pure #sweetbrutalist joy. Is it coming home: can't you hear the roar of the English soul. . . #playhunter

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If architecture can be gendered, this chap is certainly pride of not giving a toss. Clad in terracotta-hued concrete, the not exactly filigrane structure rests on stiletto-style columns in blush. The mural appears to depict a rather raunchy ménage-à-troi between Mondrian, Picasso and a class of ambitious teenage art students. It all looks like an architecture-forward communal centre, licée or church from the early eighties. But we're actually in the backyard of a bank in Lugano. Oh. I like the sight of a slightly camp corporate cross-dresser. I love your bold, Botta-on-a-budget attitude. You look great. And very, very summer 2018. . #playhunter #sweetbrutalist

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“You don’t always get what you deserve in life but I think we did against Colombia." #GarethSouthgate, England manager, man of the moment and, until last night’s historic win, best known as the ‘loser’ responsible for landing the mother of all penalty-misses at Euro 96. And now this. Jordan Pickford’s save and Eric Dier’s winning penalty brought football finally home, ending 22 years of trauma, gruelling knockout-games and collective penalty pain. So, for once, let’s enjoy the happy moments. And save them for the rainy days, which will, undoubtedly hit soon enough. This self-portrait in front of Francis Bacon's 'In Memory of George Dyer', 1971 goes to those who are beaten but don’t give up. . #playhunter #sweetbrutalist . Cam: Ana Brankovic

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Repost from @play_hunter - Is it a WW2 bunker, is it a sci-fi castle? No, it's Trellick's service tower > follow the trilogy in the feed. . It may look like your archetypal modernist brute, but architect Ernö Goldfinger had some very clever ideas for the slim, freestanding unit in signature bush-hammered concrete and arrow slit windows. He moved all the noisy equipment like lifts, heating and pumps into the separate unit, placing the boiler-room and water tanks on the top. This would allow the residents to enjoy their spacious flats and breathtaking views over London even more. . . But like many, originally altruist-minded, high-rise housing developments in the 60s and 70s, Trellick clashed badly with the harsh realities of low funding and lack of security. The effects on residents where overwhelmingly destructive and alienating. Before soon, the playground had to be roofed because of the dead cats, tellies, nappies, drugs on string etc etc pelting down. . . "An architecture built for war”, sci-fi novelist J.G. Ballard wryly commented at the time. In 1975, three years after Trellick's completion, he published the novel "High-Rise". It is a bleak apocalyptic tale about the social and physical disintegration of a community of 2000 people living in a 40-floor apartment tower in London. . Much of it appears to have been based directly on Trellick: the extended height, the starkly modernist facade and balconies, the pronounced stairs and elevators. Right down to the riots, swift slumification and scenes of complete anarchy and carnage - in the novel, the tenants end up eating each other (and their dogs). If you haven't, watch the sleek 2015 movie version starring Tom Hiddleston. And wonder for a moment how much material Trellick’s current transformation from beast to beauty amid the backdrop of rampantly gentrifying London, luxury ghost towers and the charred carcass of nearby Grenfell has there for a modern day sequel. #sweetbrutalist #playhunter . . #trellicktower #trellick #ernogoldfinger #brutalist #londonarchitecture

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General Trade School, Masons Hall, Basel, 1961. Built by Hermann Baur, the hall counts among the city's most spectacular exponents of late 50s architecture. Both the exterior and inside walls are in raw concrete. . #playhunter #sweetbrutalist

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Commencing future, countdown on: inside Dream Machine by Frank Kolkman, 2018. My alpha and theta brainwaves are loving it. . #playhunter #sweetbrutalist

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@yaelanders in Translucent Chromointerferent Environment, 1974 – 2009 by Carlos Cruz-Diez, Art Unlimited, Art Basel. . #playhunter #sweetbrutalist

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The aim of design is to create space . . shot at @designmiami #playhunter #sweetbrutalist

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Take a look at this butt. How can you not love this tight-arsed beast? The shiny-slippery buttock muchness can swim. It can rave in a cemetry and swim with dolphins while giving birth to unicorns. It can fly in the face of the sublime and outright tackiness at the same time. I'm sure it lets out organic strawberry ice cream farts, too. Does it make a mockery of the contemporary art fun house? Maybe. Maybe not. Move your mind and your ass will follow. Welcome to #artbasel2018. . I'm thrilled to be your Preview Days access-all-areas, ahem, fly-on-the-butt. Follow my Instagram Stories for rolling coverage on #artbasel #designmiami #listebasel #artunlimited. Installation by #androwekua #kunsthallezurich . #playhunter #sweetbrutalist

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Meet Arto, standing tall for over 70 years - and growing. Named after his previous owner, I acquired Arto at Zurich Succulent Plant Collection's annual sale last year. Just picture it. Somewhere in Switzerland, around the end of WW II. The world around is in tatters. But a cacti lover defied that world and gave little Arto a chance. He's been enjoying his place in the bright sun ever since. Here's to you, my pretty, wise and undestructible septeguenarian one #sweetbrutalist #playhunter

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Brutalism starts at home: Triemli hospital, main building, Zurich. Opened 1970. #sweetbrutalist #playhunter #playlust

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He loves muscles but she loves Instagram more: who will win? Find out in http://bit.ly/NotesOnFrancisBacon . #sweetbrutalist #PlayHunter #FondationBeyeler #BeyelerBaconGiacometti @thisisanabranko

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This Charming Brute: George Dyer was Francis Bacon's rough East End muse and lover. Beautiful, ready and lost to drink, he was the perfect match for Bacon's exuberant personality and camp bitchiness. Their relationship was very intense, very savage, very kind and very cruel. Bacon's sadistic instincts and subsequent guilt inspired the deformed depictions of Dyer. Though they count among Bacon's finest, Dyer himself absolutely hated them, considering them 'dreadful daubs'. In 1971, on the eve of Bacon's major retrospective at the Grand Palais in Paris, Dyer was found dead from drink and drugs in his hotel room. 'In Memory of George Dyer', 1971, is on show at #BeyelerBaconGiacometti @fondationbeyeler more> http://bit.ly/NotesOnFrancisBacon . . #sweetbrutalist #PlayHunter #FondationBeyeler

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Watching you watching me turning away in mild terror from 'Study for Bullfight No.2' by Francis Bacon, currently on show @fondationbeyeler. . . Part one of a photo series > Catch more on http://bit.ly/NotesOnFrancisBacon . . #sweetbrutalist #PlayHunter #FondationBeyeler Cam: @itsanabranko

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@Regrann from @play_hunter - Is it a WW2 bunker, is it a sci-fi castle? No, it's Trellick's service tower > follow the trilogy in the feed. . It may look like your archetypal modernist brute, but architect Ernö Goldfinger had some very clever ideas for the slim, freestanding unit in signature bush-hammered concrete and arrow slit windows. He moved all the noisy equipment like lifts, heating and pumps into the separate unit, placing the boiler-room and water tanks on the top. This would allow the residents to enjoy their spacious flats and breathtaking views over London even more. . . But like many, originally altruist-minded, high-rise housing developments in the 60s and 70s, Trellick clashed badly with the harsh realities of low funding and lack of security. The effects on residents where overwhelmingly destructive and alienating. Before soon, the playground had to be roofed because of the dead cats, tellies, nappies, drugs on string etc etc pelting down. . . "An architecture built for war”, sci-fi novelist J.G. Ballard wryly commented at the time. In 1975, three years after Trellick's completion, he published the novel "High-Rise". It is a bleak apocalyptic tale about the social and physical disintegration of a community of 2000 people living in a 40-floor apartment tower in London. . Much of it appears to have been based directly on Trellick: the extended height, the starkly modernist facade and balconies, the pronounced stairs and elevators. Right down to the riots, swift slumification and scenes of complete anarchy and carnage - in the novel, the tenants end up eating each other (and their dogs). If you haven't, watch the sleek 2015 movie version starring Tom Hiddleston. And wonder for a moment how much material Trellick’s current transformation from beast to beauty amid the backdrop of rampantly gentrifying London, luxury ghost towers and the charred carcass of nearby Grenfell has there for a modern day sequel. #sweetbrutalist #playhunter . . #trellicktower #trellick #ernogoldfinger #brutalist #londonarchitecture

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Welcome to the Dead Modernists' Society: when you look past the Niemeyer Brasília celebrities and venture beyond the shopping malls, you'll find yourself in the underworld of rotting office blocks and skeletal hotel complexes. #sweetbrutalist dreams are made of this. . . #playhunter

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Brasília, are you faux real? Walking from the National Congress to the TV tower felt like being an astronaut set adrift on a barren alien outpost. Here I was, thousands of miles away from the nearest rainforest and hundreds of miles away from Rio. Armed with my camera and a water bottle, I took one of the sinuous footpaths crisscrossing the empty depths of the ultramodernist cityscape. . . Everything was bathed in bright light on this hot and dry winter’s day: the vast skies of the Plateau, and the red Savannah soil of the quadrangle connecting the perfectly symmetrical, looping highways. The soft curves and the coldly mysterious, white monumental structures whose future was all but dead. . . Going for a walk is an odd idea in a city that is built like a plane and where everyone drives. When the first man in space, Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin visited Brasília, he noted: “I feel as if I stepped on the surface of another planet.” Not much has changed. Every city breathes the air and dreams of the times through which it passes: jetting into a new era, a better life, leaving the messy and chaotic past behind - Brasília is about dreaming in utopia and learning to live with rude-awakenings. Honestly, I’ve never been to a place where form so grandly unfollows function. But I wanted to be consumed by the emptiness and the solitude and the fantasy #sweetbrutalist #playhunter

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Purple reigns, but not supreme in the case of this office tower block in Brasília, which has seen more radiant days. . . #sweetbrutalist #playhunter

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And then, the monoliths. All perversly pure, hard straight lines and angles in shimmering teals, sun-bleached stone and marble squares slashing through the vast, celestial blue skies, a sight dazzling and mystifying in equal measure. . . Parliamentary twin towers and Museum of the Foundation of Brasilia (1960) by Oscar Niemeyer. #sweetbrutalist #playhunter #oscarniemeyer

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@Regrann from @play_hunter - Trellick Tower, the iconic Brutalist high-rise by Erno Goldfinger in Kensal Green, London. Opened on June 28 in 1972, the 120 metre high landmark is split into a dwelling unit and a service tower/lift unit, connected by access corridors at every third floor. Unfortunately for Trellick, tower-blocks had gone out of fashion by the time it opened. From the get-go, lack of council funding and security resulted in crime, vandalism and deaths. By the end of the decade, Trellick was nicknamed 'Tower of Terror'. Its fortunes turned in the eighties under new management and better security. Since 1998 it has been Grade II listed. Today, Trellick is in top shape. The original exposed concrete structure withstood a fire on the top floors in 2017 almost unscathed. Though demand for privately owned flats is high, the majority of dwellings is still social housing. On a side note, Hungarian-born Goldfinger was indeed the inspiration for one of Ian Fleming's most notorious Bond-villains. #sweetbrutalist . . #playhunter #trellicktower #trellick #ernogoldfinger

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Are you ready for Brazilian modernism? Follow me on a safari along the Monumental Axis, the main avenue of Brasília, the utopian capital of Brazil dreamed up and built by Lucio Costa and Oscar Niemeyer. . . Located at the head of the Monumental Axis, the Palace of the National Congress seeks to unite opposites symbolising progress and equality. The bowl-shaped Deputies' Chamber, pictured, represents the people, while the dome-shaped Senate building refers to the state. The intersecting Congress complex and twin Parliament office towers (more of them in the next post) is meant to balance the two out. As with many monumental modernist architecture, the goal has not been met. . . Four years after the inauguration of Brasília, a military coup ousted the government. Niemeyer, a lifelong member of the Communist party, spent most of the dictatorship period in his self-imposed Paris exile. After the return of democracy in the 1980s, Brasília’s reputation continued to suffer, not aided by recent corruption scandals. But public perception is changing. During the 2014 FIFA World Cup, protesters took to the ramp and the roof plaza of the National Congress, reclaiming the once public space, just as Niemeyer had originally intended. #sweetbrutalist #playhunter . . #luciocosta #oscarniemeyer

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In other shockingly brutalist news: I need glasses. A recent examination revealed I was born with astigmatism in both eyes. Now. I'm a photographer and author. My raison d'être depends on excellent eyesight. I have always considered myself a fully functioning human camera; no detail escapes my eagle eyes. Imagine the shock of suddenly seeing in almost blinding sharpness: I am a fully malfunctioning human with good camera skills. So far, it has worked out surprisingly fine for me. . . About my opticals. They are reissued Serge Kirchhofers. The luxury eyewear label was founded by designer, businessman and professional provocateur Udo Proksch. The German-born son of elite nazis started out as head designer and art-director at Wilhelm Anger in 1956, designing for Carrera, Viennaline, Porsche Design and his own label (as a designer, Proksch chose to be known as Serge Kirchhofer). . . Developing a sweet tooth for the ‘surreal and the beautiful’ he acquired the confectioners Demel and slept himself through the Viennese haute-bourgeosie. His first wife was Daphne Wagner, the great-granddaughter of Robert Wagner. Good mates with the Minister of Defense, the military-obsessed bonvivant was rumoured to have once flown over Vienna in an army fighter jet. . . In 1977, Proksch, with the aid of his minister friend, blew up the Lucona, a uranium carrying cargo ship he owned, in the Indian Ocean to claim $20 million in insurance, killing six people. To date, the Lucona case marks the biggest scandal in the - not particularly scandal-poor - history of the Second Republic. Proksch was convicted in 1992 and died in prison in 2001. From massive talent to mass murder - you can't get it any more brutal in eyewear designer bio. I was sold immediately - even though the Kirchhofers cost me a small fortune. I can always see a priceless story. With or without glasses. #sweetbrutalist #playhunter #sergekirchhofer #udoproksch

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Is it a WW2 bunker, is it a sci-fi castle? No, it's Trellick's service tower > follow the trilogy in the feed. . It may look like your archetypal modernist brute, but architect Ernö Goldfinger had some very clever ideas for the slim, freestanding unit in signature bush-hammered concrete and arrow slit windows. He moved all the noisy equipment like lifts, heating and pumps into the separate unit, placing the boiler-room and water tanks on the top. This would allow the residents to enjoy their spacious flats and breathtaking views over London even more. . . But like many, originally altruist-minded, high-rise housing developments in the 60s and 70s, Trellick clashed badly with the harsh realities of low funding and lack of security. The effects on residents where overwhelmingly destructive and alienating. Before soon, the playground had to be roofed because of the dead cats, tellies, nappies, drugs on string etc etc pelting down. . . "An architecture built for war”, sci-fi novelist J.G. Ballard wryly commented at the time. In 1975, three years after Trellick's completion, he published the novel "High-Rise". It is a bleak apocalyptic tale about the social and physical disintegration of a community of 2000 people living in a 40-floor apartment tower in London. . Much of it appears to have been based directly on Trellick: the extended height, the starkly modernist facade and balconies, the pronounced stairs and elevators. Right down to the riots, swift slumification and scenes of complete anarchy and carnage - in the novel, the tenants end up eating each other (and their dogs). If you haven't, watch the sleek 2015 movie version starring Tom Hiddleston. And wonder for a moment how much material Trellick’s current transformation from beast to beauty amid the backdrop of rampantly gentrifying London, luxury ghost towers and the charred carcass of nearby Grenfell has there for a modern day sequel. #sweetbrutalist #playhunter . . #trellicktower #trellick #ernogoldfinger #brutalist #londonarchitecture

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Detail view of Trellick, oh Trellick Tower. I just can’t get enough. #sweetbrutalist #playhunter #contemporaryphotography #londonarchitecture #towerblock #ernogoldfinger #minimalzine #gominimalmag

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Trellick Tower, the iconic Brutalist high-rise by Erno Goldfinger in Kensal Green, London. Opened on June 28 in 1972, the 120 metre high landmark is split into a dwelling unit and a service tower/lift unit, connected by access corridors at every third floor. Unfortunately for Trellick, tower-blocks had gone out of fashion by the time it opened. From the get-go, lack of council funding and security resulted in crime, vandalism and deaths. By the end of the decade, Trellick was nicknamed 'Tower of Terror'. Its fortunes turned in the eighties under new management and better security. Since 1998 it has been Grade II listed. Today, Trellick is in top shape. The original exposed concrete structure withstood a fire on the top floors in 2017 almost unscathed. Though demand for privately owned flats is high, the majority of dwellings is still social housing. On a side note, Hungarian-born Goldfinger was indeed the inspiration for one of Ian Fleming's most notorious Bond-villains. #sweetbrutalist . . #playhunter #trellicktower #trellick #ernogoldfinger

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Camera brut (self-portrait) #sweetbrutalist #playhunter

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Who's the new boy? In modelling, it's @janusszzz. The 17-year-old from Switzerland just walked @balmain and @versace where he charmed @donatella_versace. Runway shows and social media fame are one thing. But can he move in front of the camera? To find out, I invited Janusz to a photo session (pics 1-5). The February Monday morning brought in a raw, biting cold northerly breeze. Back at my place, we had a wall, house plants and a basic beauty dish. > click link in bio for full report and additional images. . Text & photography: @play_hunter I #januszkuhlmann is represented by @onetimemanagement I @desmondanddempsey night shirt & @etautz trench coat: Play's own (paid with own hard earned money) . . #playhunter #playlust #sweetbrutalist

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Ministry of Loneliness (City of London) #sweetbrutalist #play_hunter #play_hunter #playlust

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Watching the bubble burst. . #playhunter #playlust #sweetbrutalist #pruestent

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Raw but refined: the concrete beauty of the National Theatre on London's South Bank . . Photography: @play_hunter #nationaltheatre #qwstionthenorm

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Pink isn't a colour, it's a state of mind. Pinkplantastik limited edition art prints. Signed & numbered, available @waldraud, Josefstrasse 142 in Zurich. . . #playhunter #pinkplantastik #sweetbrutalist

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I'm no brutalist and no concrete confines me #nationaltheatre #playhunter #brutalist #sweetbrutalist

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The scene: Amager Strand, CPH, temperature: 3°C (Baltic Sea: 8.3°C). The idea was to shoot the sea and enjoy the grey. But then, a wave of noice washed away the wall of silence behind my back. As I turned around, two teenage Americans were taking their clothes off. My moment had come - and it got even better, as I realised they were heading for a swim. Splish, splash splosh. Snap, snap, snap. Everyone left highly adrenalised. The cold is for the bold. Swimmers are winners. God bless America > slide for the whole experience . . PH: @play_hunter #playhunter #play_hunter #playlust #sweetbrutalist

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Wit Is A Weapon (Self-Portrait), November 2017 #play_hunter #playhunter #playlust #sweetbrutalist

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I'm the Brutalist heart and soul of the party I National Theatre, London, 2017 #play_hunter #playhunter #playlust #nationaltheatre #sweetbrutalist

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My boyish looks don‘t mean I‘m gay. Call me cold, thank you, but this is so cliché. I‘m blind to gender, deaf to homophobia and allergic to labelling. Blast binary. If you really must know: all I ever want from you is your picture. Which makes me a photosexual. Without the sexual. Oh well. I’m a manager of many ambiguities. #play_hunter #playhunter #playlust #sweetbrutalist

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Paradise Found I East Sussex, England, 2017 #playhunter #play_hunter #playlust #sweetbrutalist

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At Waterloo, Belgium, overlooking the battlefield in floral flamboyance and freshfaced poise, early 1990s. I can't remember the tourists, but they look like extras from a Martin Parr shoot. The star attraction is my vintage Yves Saint Laurent cotton voile shirt in deep purple florals, bought at a Saturday flea market for around a tenner. It was my coming-of-age shirt. It hung around northern England, Ireland and eventually graduated to Saint Martins school of art. It listened to The Smiths, Pulp and Suede a lot. This was my perfect shirt. I need to wear it again so hard, but despite my best efforts, I can't find it anymore. It has been lost to time. I admit defeat. This is my fashion Waterloo. #playhunter #play_hunter #playlust #sweetbrutalist

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Concrete Matters, London 2017 #playhunter #play_hunter #playlust #sweetbrutalist

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Portrait of a portrait of gallerist Nicola von Senger, shot in his Zurich apartment, against his collection of Tichys, September 2017. Mr von Senger is also one of my Instagram clients. Check out his snappy snaps of the international art elite when they were young, such as #wolfgantillmans (and his mum) or #mauriziocattelan > @nicola_von_senger #play_hunter #playhunter #playlust #sweetbrutalist

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Great Brit Grit (taking a beating from the unrepentant sun) #trellicktower #playhunter #playlust #sweetbrutalist

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Falling between the cracks, down and apart - is okay. Falling really is a dream of rising. Tomorrow belongs to me (state of mind, National Portrait Gallery, toilets, after the rain hit hard) #playhunter #playlust #sweetbrutalist

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Impromptu performance by the fabulous artist collective @parenthesis_studio, outside Saatchi Gallery in London. They created a playful room for the launch of #twillydhermes by @hermes who very kindly invited me to London for the occasion #play_hunter #playhunter #playlust #sweetbrutalist

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Tilda and Irina in front row, London, September 2011 #playhunter #playlust #play_hunter #sweetbrutalist

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In a world of delicate flowers, I embrace the cactus #playhunter #playlust #play_hunter #sweetbrutalist

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Self-portrait (DON'T try this at home) #play_hunter #playhunter #playlust #sweetbrutalist

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Shyness is good, but curiousity is better, so I asked: «Would you, erm, mind taking your top off?» He didn't. Of course he didn't - Mr Will Steiger happened to be a Swiss-born porn star. This is how I landed my first cover shot (for Word magazine no 37, December 2006) #play_hunter #playhunter #playlust #sweetbrutalist

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Raw and real (Giant's Causeway, Northern Ireland) #play_hunter #playhunter #playlust #sweetbrutalist

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Jetting back to my future (say bon voyage) #play_hunter #playhunter #playlust #sweetbrutalist

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Some plants are better than others #play_hunter #playhunter #playlust #sweetbrutalist

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England is hers (Brick Lane, 2009) #play_hunter #playhunter #playlust #sweetbrutalist

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Sunshine in black and white #play_hunter #playhunter #playlust #sweetbrutalist

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In honour of my favourite work of art at Löwenbräu Kunst in Zurich #play_hunter #playhunter #playlust #sweetbrutalist

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A whiter shade of sun I Brasilia Palace Hotel, originally built by Oscar Niemeyer in 1958, shot in 2009 #play_hunter #playhunter #playlust #sweetbrutalist

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John, Furzedown Hall, London, 1995 #play_hunter #playhunter #playlust #sweetbrutalist

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Louise Sartor gouache, spotted at Galerie Grevecoeur Paris, Liste Art Fair #play_hunter #playhunter #playlust #sweetbrutalist @liste_art_fair_basel @galeriegrevecoeur

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His name is Michael, btw. #johnbaldessari Ear Sofa; Nose Sconces with Flowers (In Stage Setting), 2017 #artunlimited #artbasel #play_hunter #playhunter #playlust #sweetbrutalist

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Let's 🍒 pick and kiss the best art and moments at Art Basel. Follow my rolling diary on Instagram stories from Mon June 12 #play_hunter #playhunter #playlust  #sweetbrutalist with thanks to @dianatzinlove shot @nicolavonsenger

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Thank you all for coming and making #Pinkplantastik private view a real blast ⚡️🌴🌵 The show runs until May 6. Drop by @waldraud. Special thanks to @andymeetswarhol for the impromptu photo session and very kind mention on your insta 💖😘 . . . #play_hunter #playlust #playhunter #sweetbrutalist . . . @artemporary @flit74 @saraisinlovewith @urbangardenersrepublic @yvy.ch @fridaymagazin @juzola7 @martina_russi @ebenebener @schlomo_steilberg @ricozurichbarcelona and many more. For the fashion crowd out there: for the private view, I curated pieces by #henrikvibskov & #madsnorgaard

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Are you enjoying the snow as much as I am? . #play_hunter #playhunter #playlust #sweetbrutalist

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Dance me to the end of the future | This week, world news had two stories on the plate. One was about hate, winners and losers and the other about love, hope and humanity. The future suddenly looks like a bleak old place, but there's a Leonard Cohen song howling. Are you ready to dance? #play_hunter #playhunter #playlust #sweetbrutalist

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I'm with her smile. Don't we just all need a double-dose of the smiliest positive vibes right now? With many thanks to Swiss swimwear designer @detledealts for being a fantastic model #play_hunter #playhunter #playlust #sweetbrutalist

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