Natan Dvir’s “Coming Soon” photography series captures the collision between aspirational commercial displays and the mundanity of everyday life.
The personal writings and sketches of the late artist are expressions of 1980s downtown New York, and, perhaps, of his truest vision.
In her series “The Unseen”, Lebanese photographer Lara Zankoul pushes the boundaries of photographic surrealism through her constructed life-size sets. Strictly through the use of her camera and with no digital manipulation, Zankoul creates dreamlike images where water is used to depict contrasting characteristics of the characters she photographs…
Skihopp “Ski jumpers in Norway start out when they’re three or four years old,” says British photographer and filmmaker David Ryle. “There are so many ski jumps – or hills as they’re called – it is so natural for them growing up.” His meditative film is centered on two young, dedicated jumpers in Oslo, Jonas Schøien Øvsegård and Jorgen Madsen, and the rules and routine they adhere to at the notorious Holmenkollen ski jump. “It’s all about religiously going through a certain process that they trust
A series of paintings by Leanne Shapton based on the book ‘The Nude: A Study in Ideal Form.’
The artist, whose redesign of the Water Theater at Versailles with the landscape architect Louis Benech opens this spring, has a new show in Boston called “Secret Flower Sculptures.”
Picture: courtesy of Val d'Is
Living between Vienna and New York provides Judith Eisler with a variety of cultural influences that she could reference, yet her focus remains clear: notice underrated moments in film, press pause, record the frozen image through a camera, and use the resultant photograph to create a painting.
According to Luke Top (vocals/bass), the stop motion imagery in the latest video from indie rock outfit Fool’s Gold represents “a na
Jim Harrison’s new book, The Big Seven (Grove) continues to toy with many of his primary concerns as a writer—mortality, masculinity, and the search for a spiritual existence chief among them—following a retired police officer as he assesses himself and his relationship with the seven deadly sins.