Posts Tagged ‘Photography

Bela Borsodi’s photography redefines the medium as Picasso’s redefined painting. In some of his editorial work, sex appeal is exuded without being overt, he breathes life into inanimate objects and makes them seem almost human and fluid and basically knows how to elevate anything he photographs to the next level of perception. His clients include [...]

Coming in August 2010 from Taschen Books is Kate Moss by Mario Testino, a 230 page hard cover coffee table book of Mario Testino’s personal choice of his photographs of Kate Moss. It comes in acrylic box and should come with it’s own coffee table considering it’s price tag of $500. However it is limited to only [...]

OHWOW presents its first collaborative project with Brooklyn based artist Luis Gispert. Gispert is a filmmaker, photographer, and sculptor, addressing a variety of topics in his work such as the infiltration of subcultures on the mainstream and the fragmented American experience. My Favorite Kind Of American Series Poster features two iconic Gispert images.  The front [...]

Gorgeous and colorful eye-popping photography from Matthias Heiderich. They have a 1960′s Poloroid quality.

James Franco‘s solo art show titled “The Dangerous Book Four Boys” incorporates sculpture, photography, drawing, film and video all of which centers on ideas of boyhood and the sexual awakening of the early teenage years. The exhibit is at the Clocktower Gallery in New York (the PS1-affiliated space) and has been described by the Wall Street Journal as “sort [...]

Fresh Hybrid, by Sandy Skoglund, is an installation and photograph that explores the shifting boundaries between life and lifelike by fabricating an artificial landscape. Replacing blades of grass with pipe cleaners and bark with wool fibers, the materials strive to transform nature into a cornucopia of human pleasure with ubiquitous soft and fluffy surfaces. As [...]

ANTONY GORMLEY AT WHITE CUBE LONDON An exhibition of new works by Antony Gormley is currently on view at the White Cube, Mason’s Yard in London. The artist has created a new-site specific installation and a new series of cast-iron block work sculptures. The works aim to depict how time engages with objects and how [...]

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