An exhibition at Hauser & Wirth uses the theme of seriality to drag photography out of isolation and into the larger framework of art making. The post Incorporating Photography into Art History, Starting with August Sander appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Rock musician Bob Dylan performs at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles in May 2004. Photo by Rob Galbraith/Reuters Ever since the Swedish Academy awarded the Nobel literature prize to Bob Dylan in October, it’s been a will-he-or-won’t-he...Show More Summary
Be One With the Machine Named after the Japanese word for “immersed”, the Mazda Shinshi concept aims to do just that! A stark contrast to the current autonomous movement, it’s designed...
As planetarium astronomer, my job includes fielding astronomy related questions from the public. A couple of weeks ago, I received in the mail several perceptive questions from Madison, a third grader in Lawrence, Kansas. After answering them, I realized that the answers, and the questions that elicited them, might benefit many of our BEYONDbones readers. […]
This is what happens when you read every Stephen King short story in one month. Column by Max Booth III If I don’t die young from the weight of a thousand projects crushing my chest, then I will consider myself a failure. Which is why...Show More Summary
What You'll Be Creating In today’s tutorial, we’re going o put on our mechanic’s hat and take a look at the process of creating a car repair shop illustration, using the most basic of tools that Illustrator has to offer. That being said, ake...Show More Summary
Christo had the most-visited art event. And in New York, "the Whitney Museum of American Art, which moved to its new Renzo Piano-designed home in downtown Manhattan in 2015, has put an end to the city’s traditional duopoly of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The Whitney hosted five […]
Aidan Koch’s minimalist storytelling is as soft as it is powerful. The post A Menagerie of Delicate Fabrications and Intimate Drawings Enliven an Apartment Gallery appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Director Hayley Morris creates awe-inspiring graphics out of cut-paper sculptures.
Today, postcards are seen as a rather old-fashioned form of communication, sent to friends while on holiday as an entertaining novelty. But in the past, the pictures were inventive and original, used to share wicked jokes and sly observations...Show More Summary
Using multiple polls as their source data, FiveThirtyEight is tracking approval and disapproval ratings for Donald Trump. The page leads with overall estimates with a couple of bands of uncertainty… Tags: FiveThirtyEight, government
September 1918. Dinard, France. "Calestenic Exercises before their swim. Little refugee boys from Nancy at their American Red Cross home at Saint Lunaire. Facilities for refugee children from the devastated regions can accommodate over 500." 5x7 glass negative by Guerin & Chamberlain. View full size.
Elizabeth Wolfson recounts the early controversy surrounding Maya Lin's Vietnam Veterans Memorial, and the delicate balance that must be achieved when memorializing war's heroes and victims.
If you enjoy Cirque du Soleil acrobats but believe they'd be even better with dirty jokes, then "Absinthe" is the spinoff you've been waiting for. Playing downtown in a tent at L.A. Live, "Absinthe" is a touring version of the politically incorrect, gymnastically impressive spectacle by the production...
As a product designer creating digital experiences, it’s equally important to obsess over the physical ones too. Design... The post Designing workshops that work: getting better at brainstorming appeared first on Inside Intercom.
Rob Weinert-Kendt talks to Green about how he got into criticism (sideways and reluctantly), all the things he did before, and how even he had hoped the Times wouldn't hire another white guy.
Interviews are abounding! Next on our radar is Anselm Berrigan talking to Gabe Dozal for Sonora Review. They move from De Kooning to Joanne Kyger (“[s]he just made the wire be part of the room”); to poetic statements, intentions, and rectangle poems; to imitations of Jim Brodey; the NBA; and much more. An excerpt: GD: […]
We need your thoughts: who owns the better gimp mask? @nashersculpture or @DallasMuseumArt ?https://t.co/s5qjeb32SE pic.twitter.com/2gQwyqx0Op — Glasstire (@Glasstire) March 28, 2017 Not to ruin a funny tweet, but we will remind people...Show More Summary
Ghiblifest: 'My Neighbor Totoro,' 'Castle in the Sky,' and more classics will return to the silver screen soon.
Super Realistic Pencil Drawings by Arinze Stanley GisMullr Mar 29, 2017 If you like super realistic drawings you have come to the right place. Take your time to admire the exquisite work of Nigerian artist Arinze Stanley. Arinze has some impressive hyperreal pencil drawings in his portfolio. Show More Summary