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Mark Griffiths holding Gerard’s book in front of a blown up image of the alleged Shakespeare portrait (image via Twitter) “I know a bank where the wild thyme blows,” William Shakespeare wrote in a stanza from A Midsummer Night’s Dream, going on to name check several darlings of Elizabethan gardens — oxlips, violets, woodbine, musk-roses, and eglantine.
Detail from Futurefarmers (Amy Franceschini, Joe Riley and Audrey Snyder), “Flatbread Society: Provisioning” (2014), sculpture, documents, and printed material (all images courtesy Nadiah Fellah unless otherwise noted) What goes West must always return East because New York is still the center of the American art market.
The Icelandic Pavilion was housed inside the Chiesa della Misericordia (photo by the author for Hyperallergic) I’ve been hesitant to embrace Christoph Büchel’s project for the Icelandic Pavilion at the 2015 Venice Biennale from the beginning.
The 100,000 Lira bill, featuring Caravaggio (via Wikipedia) The Bank of England has announced that a visual artist will grace the new £20 bill.
Joe Caslin, “Yes Equality” (2015) (photo by David Sexton, via Joecaslin.com) (click to enlarge) Art Movements is a weekly collection of news, developments, and stirrings in the art world.
Here’s a photo shoot idea that you probably shouldn’t try yourself. Photographer Jake Harsh recently did a wild photo shoot with the electro-pop band Hand of Hearts that involved 18 pounds of fireworks exploding around the three band members.
Photographers at a FEMEN demonstration (photo by Yaroslav Debelyi, via FEMEN Women’s Movement/Flickr) Anecdotally, most people would probably agree that photography has changed more dramatically over the last 15 years than any other sector of visual art.
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By Mauricio_Candela Miami-based Photographer Mauricio Candela, just started a personal project, where his intention is to find the other side of Miami.Miami, a city well known for fashion, good looking people, party, architecture, beautiful beaches, money, mansions and much more, has obviously a side that a lot of people don’t see, it’s also a beautiful side of it, but is more real, more down to earth, less flashy and more human.
By Desmond Ignaz Japanese illustrator Maori Sakai creates cute illustrated GIFs out of everyday moments in life.
“All Our Suns” is a new project by NYC telecommunications grad student Michelle Chandra that visualizes the snapping of sunset and sunrise photos around the world using Instagram data.
Last month we announced we would be partnering with the Walker Art Center to create a Blog Mentorship Program for emerging writers at the upcoming Superscript conference.
If you thought the Selfie Arm was a strange idea, check this out: the SelfiePICTEE is a T-shirt that has a fold-down bounce reflector on the front that provides a quick fix for the harsh shadows on your face when snapping a selfie.
MyAlbum is a new service (currently in beta) that lets you transform a set of photographs into beautiful photo essays that you can share with a simple link.
Often one associates origami with sharp and precise folds, miniature works that have a crisp perfection.
In the age of digital photography, many of us turn to online cloud solutions to help us backup our precious moments.
Throckmorton Fine Art opened a major show of photographic art, “Mirror Mirror….Frida Kahlo Photographs” featuring more than thirty rare and vintage photographs of the Mexican artist by twenty of the most legendary photographers of the 20th century, from May 21 to September 12, 2015.
Korean artist Do Ho Suh (previously here and here) is interested in how we interact with public space. Directed, shot, and edited by Nils Clauss, “Perfect Home” brings together several exhibitions from 2002-2012 to examine the breadth of Do Ho Suh’s immersive works.
Last year we reported that Yongnuo is planning to expand its third party lens lineup to include Nikon lenses by the end of 2015.
Printed Matter (2010) Free and open to the public, Printed Matter‘s NY Art Book Fair is the world’s premier event for artists’ books, catalogues, monographs, periodicals, and zines.