Robert Bourdeau’s Unwitting Ode by Lorette C. Luzajic Station Point by Ann Thomas et al. Magenta Publishing for the Arts Canadians love their landscapes. Canadian photographer Robert Bourdeau earned recognition for his sprawling monochromatic pictures of natural terrain, transporting his audience into forest glens and parched gulleys, into the dazzling fractals of leaves and Ontario [...]
Film Review: Gerhard Richter Painting By Lorette C. Luzajic The film was boring, moving at a snail’s pace, and devoid of the kind of crazy scandals of excess or intrigue that make art documentaries interesting. Legendary artist Gerhard Richter, while gracious and polite enough, was a reluctant subject for scrutiny. There were no salient revelations [...]
Happened upon this epic piece of street art signed RRobots in Williamsburg, Brooklyn over the weekend. Completely enamoured, we took shots from every angle, plus a few close-ups.
Artist Mia Araujo will present her first solo exhibit at the Corey Helford Gallery, titled “Into the Woods” on May 13, 2012 in Los Angeles.
These vintage advertisements from the 1950′s and 60′s are pure Mad Men style. A bit sexist, strange, wordy, colorful and can never be called timeless. Take a trip down memory lane and see how consumer goods were marketed to the public. Samsonite 1960 via