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Insanely detailed & mouth watering hamburger paintings For the past three weeks I have been practicing semi-vegetarianism, eating meat only on Saturdays.
A detail of the infamous footage of Officer Michael Slager poised to shoot Walter S. Scott. (via YouTube) When the New York Times reported yesterday that a representative for Feidin Santana, the man who filmed the Walter L.
ISIS destroying the ancient Assyrian archeological site of Nimrud (screenshot by the author for Hyperallergic via YouTube) Last week’s stunning video of the destruction of the ancient Assyrian city of Nimrud by the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is likely to renew calls for drastic action to save Iraq’s antiquities before they are lost forever.
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Members of OccupyUAL (via Facebook) Art Movements is a weekly collection of news, developments, and stirrings in the art world.
PopPhoto recently paid a visit to the New York portrait studio of photographer Peter Hurley, who shared some advice on how to shoot better portraits of people by making them feel comfortable and confident in front of the camera.
By fraufaya Some people believe that couples who “sweat together, stay together.” If that’s actually the case, these two should be inseparable even in the afterlife.
The Museum Fridericianum in Kassel, the main venue for Documenta (photo by Martin aka Maha/Flickr) Documenta 14 director Adam Szymczyk wants to show the collection of late art hoarder Cornelius Gurlitt as part of the quinquennial exhibition’s next edition in 2017.
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By fraufaya The London-based art director Fernando Perottoni brought us this collection of the most famous bald heads of movies and TV shows.
Martin Wong, “Untitled” (c. 1968–71), salt-fired stoneware (courtesy Collection of Bob Schultze and Sonja Schultze-Huff, Eureka, California) (all images courtesy CCA Wattis Institute of Contemporary Arts) SAN FRANCISCO — Curated by students of the Curatorial Studies program at the California College of the Arts, this compact, well-considered gathering of work across many media by Martin Wong is a marvel of what the small-scale and seemingly ephemeral can communicate.
John Rogers was once one of the high flying entrepreneurs in the photo world. After coming up with the brilliant idea of scanning old photos for newspapers and splitting the rights to the digital images, Rogers was on his way to amassing one of the largest photo libraries in the world and was earning a whopping $120,000 per week selling his images on eBay.
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Screen shot of “Freedom” (2010) by Joseph DeLappe and Eva and Franco Mattes (screenshot taken by the author for Hyperallergic) “I’m interested in using games as a way to engage in and critique the fine art world, especially the economics of that world,” said Grayson Earle, an Integrated Media Arts adjunct faculty member at Hunter College and SUNY Baruch, and member of The Illuminator.
There’s a stealthy startup in Silicon Valley that’s working to revolutionize photography. It’s called Light, and one of its goals is putting 52-megapixel cameras in smartphones by next year.
WikiLeaks has just published a massive collection of emails and documents that were leaked through the 2014 Sony hack.
No regrets in Life is a series of human-sized pencil and charcoal portraits of individuals artist Joel Daniel Phillips sees everyday on his street corner in the mission neighborhood of San Francisco.
EllaSnap is a photo canvas and book making service that offers an interesting app for helping you design a photo arrangement for your walls.
From highbrow to lowbrow (and everything in between), this is what we found of interest in photo-land this week.