Posts Tagged ‘Photography

SALLY MANN: THE FLESH AND THE SPIRIT EXHIBITION AT VIRGINIA MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS This will be the first exhibition VMFA has ever presented of one of Virginia’s most celebrated contemporary artists, Sally Mann. The exhibition which opens November 13, 2010 and runs through January 23, 2011, focuses on the theme of the body and emphasizes [...]

Beginning in the late 1930s, Norman Rockwell adopted photography as a tool to bring his illustration ideas to life. Working as a director, Rockwell staged his photographs, orchestrating every detail. Norman Rockwell: Behind the Camera at the Brooklyn Museum presents these photographs alongside his paintings, drawings, and related tear sheets to offer a look at the [...]

Photographer Carl Warner’s unique images utilize a very unique item. Upon first quick glance it’s not apparent, but wait, is that…a cabbage? Indeed it is. Warner uses foods from potatoes, cabbages, asparagus, fruits, to cheese to design these photographic foodscapes.

MIYAKO YOSHINAGA art prospects is pleased to present Æther, an exhibition of a new photographic series by Chicago-based artist Mayumi Lake. The exhibition will open Thursday October 14 and runs through Saturday November 13. The opening reception will be held on Thursday, October 14, from 6 to 8 PM. This is Lake’s fourth solo exhibition with MIYAKO YOSHINAGA art [...]

Who is Lagoi and Lace and what is Love Land Invaders? Think photography meets graphic design, meets fashion. Ralph Lagoi and Kate Lace are the dynamic duo behind Lagoi and Lace, who put together a surreal, pop art, fashion photographic experience called Love Land Invaders. They scouted for the most outrageous love hotel rooms across [...]

“Reflection New York” directed by Paul Mignot, is one of four movies shot for “Mood Collection”. Born with the wish to film New York differently, it is a quest of pictures and portraits, a photographic research, of the night disappearing for a new day…a new beginning. What a beautiful way to look at New York City. Credits: [...]

Taxi Driver has long been regarded as a cinematic milestone, and Robert DeNiro’s portrait of a near-psychotic loner gunman is widely believed to be one of the greatest performances ever filmed. Time magazine includes the film in its list of 100 Greatest Movies, saying: ”The power of Scorsese’s filmmaking grows ever more punishing with the passage of [...]

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