Monthly Archives: February 2014

In Paris, 1957 — Twenty-one year old Yves Saint Laurent is catapulted to international stardom as the successor to Christian Dior who has recently died. At his first catwalk show he meets Pierre Bergé, who will become his lover and business partner, and begins a relationship that will change his life forever. Just a few years later however he’s subjected to the public humiliation of being fired. Refusing to succumb to his critics and self-doubt, he creates the Yves Saint Laurent fashion house and presents the first-ever ‘ready to wear’ collection, shocking the world of couture.

Yves Saint Laurent follows the designer as he attempts to democratise fashion against the backdrop of Sixties’ liberation, battling his personal demons to build an empire that would be renowned for liberating women all over the world.

Dan Regan Prison Cats West Coast Nothing Ever Change-Los Angeles Art Book Fair 2014 MOCA-IMG_4292

“Printed Matter’s LA Art Book Fair at the MoCA Geffen Contemporary, Thursday, January 30 through Sunday, February 2nd.

I’ll be showing and selling some new works, including a preview of a new ongoing curated publication titled ‘Nothing Ever Change’.

Nothing Ever Change, a journal of cultural studies through photography, is a collaborative effort between myself and fellow curator/editor, Adam Villacin. Issue #0 will feature a sampling of the incredible international lineup of talent we have gathered for upcoming issues. Adam and I will be located at table Y35 where he will also be showing his works new and old.

The opening is this Thursday, the 30th, at 6:00pm. I hope to see you this weekend.”