South African artist Anthony Dart’s project Supermodified is a personal exploration into sound and image. Dart explains “I used photography and computer generated imagery to portray how profoundly man impacts his environment. This modification manifests itself in an absurd and abstract ambiguity to create a feeling of familiarity and unease, the results of which can [...]
French photographer Denis Darzacq’s suspended animation photography with subjects floating weightless, trapped in time, disconnected from their environment, yet fully immersed within it, juxtaposed against familiar objects and locations, causes one to pause and reflect. The subjects themselves become obscure and it is their flow, their gesture of movement within their space, that becomes the focal [...]
Photographer Philippe Vogelenzang studied art history for two years Art history, then applied for the photography department of The Royal Academy of Art in The Hague. After one year he decided to develop himself further as an autodidact. Having several teachers along the way, from that point, Philippe started to develop a fresh, real, esthetic, and [...]
OHWOW (Miami) presents a solo exhibition of works chronicling New York’s fledgling skateboard scene from the early 90s by legendary photographer Ari Marcopoulos. Ari Marcopoulos has cemented himself as one of the most influential cultural anthropologists of the last three decades. His body of work focused on marginal pockets of American life and chronicled the early [...]
On a recent trip to Washington, DC, we made it a point to visit the Arlington National Cemetery (America’s most revered burial ground) and would like to share with you the journey, through photos and videos we took, showing the Changing of the Guard at the Tomb of the Unknowns, also known as the Tomb [...]
A dose of eye candy to highlight artworks we find for your viewing pleasure and inspiration. This edition of Daily Inspiration we highlight Abstract Photography. by Madazulu
The drkrm/gallery/west exhibition of Marilyn Monroe photographs by Ed Feingersh and Gary Winogrand will be opening August 7, 2010.