Category: Art & Design

  • Photographer Spends Four Years Drawing 1,000 35mm Film Box Designs | PetaPixel

    Photographer Spends Four Years Drawing 1,000 35mm Film Box DesignsIt’s a trip down memory lane.via PetaPixel: https://petapixel.com/2022/08/24/photographer-spends-four-years-drawing-1000-35mm-film-box-designs/Akil Alparslan recreated a staggering amount of film roll packaging for his own pleasure, including brands such as Polaroid, Agfa, and Kodak.

  • Step Into the Tender World of a Hollywood Cameraman

    Step Into the Tender World of a Hollywood Cameraman LOS ANGELES — Part time capsule, part love letter, the exhibition If We Can’t Fix It—It Ain’t Busted at Arcane Space is a tender reconstruction of the world of Hollywood cameraman Arthur Gerstle.

  • Juxtapoz Magazine – Sohei Nishino: Listening and Assembling

    https://www.juxtapoz.com/news/photography/sohei-nishino-listening-and-assembling/ Our memories are intimately tied to photographs. Whether a childhood portrait or sunset selfie, the photograph represents not just the captured moment, but how that moment is currently remembered. It’s nearly impossible to separate memory from the reality of experience. Walking down the street, we ignore one thing and gravitate towards another, while landmarks […]

  • The L_st Album – Photographs by Pariwat Anantachina | Essay by Cat Lachowskyj | LensCulture

    https://www.lensculture.com/articles/pariwat-anantachina-the-l_st-album Scouring markets for discarded photo albums, Pariwat Anantachina’s intricate collages patchwork old family snaps with instruction manuals, breathing new life into abandoned pictures.

  • Focus on Vernacular: Greg Sand: Chronicle – LENSCRATCH

    http://lenscratch.com/2021/06/greg-sand-chronicle/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+lenscratch%2FZAbG+%28L++E++N++S++C++R++A++T++C++H%29 Artist Greg Sand has a legacy of considering other people’s photographs, transforming the images in new ways to speak about memory, the passage of time, mortality, and the photograph’s role in shaping our experience of loss. We are thrilled to have Greg as our juror this month for the Vernacular Exhibition which will run […]

  • The Artist Intervenes: Kevin Hoth – LENSCRATCH

    http://lenscratch.com/2021/03/the-artist-intervenes-kevin-hoth/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+lenscratch%2FZAbG+%28L++E++N++S++C++R++A++T++C++H%29 In Immortal Chromatic, artist Kevin Hoth transforms the process of destruction into a cathartic act. Initially serving as a coping mechanism to a singular traumatic event, the project explores the inherent fragility and impermanence of life, and our inability to ever truly be prepared for what may come next. Hoth begins by photographing flowers […]

  • The Year in Illustration 2020 – The New York Times

    https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2021/01/14/multimedia/year-in-illustration.html The most memorable illustrations of 2020, chosen by the art directors of The New York Times.

  • The Constructed Self – Photographs by Karen Navarro | Interview by Liz Sales | LensCulture

    https://www.lensculture.com/articles/karen-navarro-the-constructed-self Karen Navarro constructs colorful, hand-crafted kinetic sculptures, creating photographic portraits which are as fluid as identity.

  • Frederick Weston, Outsider Artist Who Was Finally Let In, Dies at 73 – The New York Times

    For decades he made his art in dingy Manhattan hotel rooms, living hand-to-mouth, hoping for his big break. It finally arrived, just a few years before his death.

  • Clare Strand investigates communication and misinformation – British Journal of Photography

    https://www.bjp-online.com/2020/02/clare-strand-deutsche-borse-the-photographers-gallery/ In her Deutsche Börse-nominated project, Strand explores how photography might literally be transmitted into a painting, employing a method proposed by George H. Eckhardt’s 1936 publication — Electronic Television

  • Banksy Is a Control Freak. But He Can’t Control His Legacy. – The New York Times

    He’s a master of manipulating the news media and the art market. But will he be remembered as a significant artist?

  • Joe Rudko: Tiny Mirrors | LENSCRATCH

    [contentcards url=“http://lenscratch.com/2019/12/joe-rudko-tiny-mirrors/”] Joe Rudko: Tiny Mirrors | LENSCRATCH I recently curated an exhibition, Beyond the Surface,  that will open at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in January about artists who intervene with the surface of a photograph. In the process of considering work to include, gallerist Tarrah Von Lintel introduced me to amazing photomontages of […]

  • Juxtapoz Magazine – Kensuke Koike: Nothing Added, Nothing Removed

    [contentcards url=“https://www.juxtapoz.com/news/photography/kensuke-koike-nothing-added-nothing-removed/”] Juxtapoz Magazine – Kensuke Koike: Nothing Added, Nothing Removed Whether Kensuke Koike is tearing an image to pieces, or neatly shredding it into tiny ribbons, there is precision in his method. The mad scientist, a Dr. Frankenstein carefully dissecting and reassembling the bodies of the dead, he creates new life from neglected images. […]

  • Juxtapoz Magazine – Play the Wind: A New Exhibition and Film by Alex Prager

    [contentcards url=”https://www.juxtapoz.com/news/photography/play-the-wind-a-new-exhibition-and-film-by-alex-prager/”] Juxtapoz Magazine – Play the Wind: A New Exhibition and Film by Alex Prager Alex Prager opens an exhibition of new work, including a new film, Play the Wind at Lehmann Maupin this week. Well established for her genre-defying approach to image making that timelessly combines eras, cultural references, and personal experiences, the […]

  • Juxtapoz Magazine – The Art of Warez Documents the Lost ANSI Art Scene

    [contentcards url=”https://www.juxtapoz.com/news/film/the-art-of-warez-documents-the-lost-ansi-art-scene/”] Juxtapoz Magazine – The Art of Warez Documents the Lost ANSI Art Scene British artist-filmmaker Oliver Payne and American painter Kevin Bouton-Scott have joined forces to produce a new documentary that tells an almost forgotten story of the ANSI scene. The Art Of Warez covers the days before the Internet when early hackers […]

  • We spoke to one of the internet’s most famous Photoshop provocateurs – Feature Shoot

    [contentcards url=”https://www.featureshoot.com/2019/07/we-spoke-to-one-of-the-internets-most-famous-photoshop-provocateurs/”] We spoke to one of the internet’s most famous Photoshop provocateurs – Feature Shoot Since Feature Shoot’s inception back in 2008, we’ve managed to showcase some of the best photographers on the planet. But of all the talented people we’ve had the pleasure to interview, only one has been able to capture Kurt […]

  • The 25 Works of Art That Define the Contemporary Age – The New York Times

    [contentcards url=”https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/15/t-magazine/most-important-contemporary-art.html”] The 25 Works of Art That Define the Contemporary Age – The New York Times Three artists and a pair of curators came together at The New York Times to attempt to make a list of the era’s essential artworks. Here’s their conversation.

  • Dan Eldon and the power of creative activism

    [contentcards url=”https://www.huckmag.com/art-and-culture/photography-2/dan-eldon-and-the-power-of-creative-activism/”] Dan Eldon and the power of creative activism On July 12 1993, the photographer and artist was killed while covering the humanitarian crisis in Somalia. So what can we learn from his legacy?

  • Juxtapoz Magazine – Ugur Gallenkuş’ Sobering Collages of a Polarized World

    [contentcards url=”https://www.juxtapoz.com/news/collage/ugur-gallenkus-sobering-collages-of-a-polarized-world/”] Juxtapoz Magazine – Ugur Gallenkuş’ Sobering Collages of a Polarized World Uğur Gallenkuş is a Turkish visual artist whose sobering digital photo collages have recently been shared across social media as a reminder of the unjust state of the world. This project started as a spontaneous reaction to the disturbing image of the […]

  • Juxtapoz Magazine – Joan Cornellà Shows New Painfully Funny Paintings at London’s PUBLIC gallery

    [contentcards url=”https://www.juxtapoz.com/news/painting/joan-cornella-shows-new-painfully-funny-paintings-at-london-s-public-gallery/”] Juxtapoz Magazine – Joan Cornellà Shows New Painfully Funny Paintings at London’s PUBLIC gallery This Wednesday, London’s PUBLIC gallery is opening IM GOOD THANKS, a solo exhibition by the renowned Catalan artist Joan Cornellà. Through a series of new works, IM GOOD THANKS invites us to peer into Cornellàs dystopic vision of contemporary […]