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  “What does it mean, to be famous, to be great? What is life, death, nothing? Those questions stay unanswered, famous or not.” Roger Raveel, January 5,
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  May 1967. Two floors of the Los Angeles County Museum Special Exhibitions Gallery, plus three outdoor plazas, were chock full of sculptures. In all, 166 pieces by 80 artists have been assembled by Modern Art Curator Maurice Tuchman for a mammoth exhibition: “American Sculpture of the Sixties.” Whatever space was left over was taken up
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  Red Desert/Il deserto rosso is a 1964 Italian film directed by Michelangelo Antonioni and starring Monica Vitti with Richard Harris.[1] Written by Antonioni and Tonino Guerra, the film is about a woman struggling to hide her mental illness from her husband while trying to survive in the modern world of cultural neurosis and existential
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    Given the opportunity and such inexplicably good weather that we’re enjoying, the coast is a necessary destination and in particular, the Belgian coast where the fourth edition of the Triennial of Contemporary Art (Beaufort04) is taking place.     Featured among the installations are the ongoing, very social artworks of Jeppe Hein who
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Born in Norwalk, California (1926) from Japanse parents, Ruth Asawa is an American artist, who is nationally recognized for her wire sculpture, public commissions, and her activism in education and the arts. In San Francisco, she has been called the “fountain lady” because so many of her fountains are on public view. In this website,
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    Captured in the heat of the moment, surrounded by their tools and work, these Italian sculptors were photographed by Gianfranco Moroldo and Duilio Pallotelli for L’Europeo 1960. In 2010 the magazine re-published these images as they are part of the Italian artistic heritage.     Source: Sighs and Whispers Post by Coco Pastis
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Last week the village of Hyères at the French Riviera hosted the 27th International Festival of Fashion & Photography. In the impressive decor of the Villa Noailles young artist pave their way to international succes. It’s a very avant garde festival, a bohemian home where trends are set, where open minds come together to look
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  LIFE magazine’s Gjon Mili, a technical prodigy and lighting innovator, visited Pablo Picasso in the South of France in 1949. The meeting of these two marvelous minds and sensibilities was bound to result in something extraordinary. Mili showed the artist some of his photographs of ice skaters with tiny lights affixed to their skates,
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  NY – Here’s a sneak peek of our upcoming Contemporary Art Day Sale – browse the digital catalogue for fresh and exciting works by Tauba Auerbach, Walead Beshty, Nate Lowman, Matthew Day Jackson and more!   Source : Phillips de Pury & Company   &nbsp
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Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde has created this installation where, by controlling the humidity and atmospheric pressure in a room, he can conjure up surreal clouds that float elegantly inside a room. An ephemeral beauty that lasts for just a brief moment, but is captured forever as a photograph, proving Daliesque scenes occurred with a little
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Belgium is a country of art collectors (in fact Belgians are even avid collectors in general), but it’s also houses some really talented young artists. One of those young art wolves is Antwerp native Andy Wauman.   His works speak about the possibility of freedom. They are messages with a romantic sense for anarchy and
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Over the weekend I poured over the new Spring/Summer issue of Apartamento magazine, reading nearly all 223 pages. For those unfamiliar, Apartamento describes itself as “a magazine interested in homes, living spaces and design solutions as opposed to houses, photo ops and design dictatorships. The magazine is a logical result of the post-materialist mind shift.
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“These images were produced by direct, large format, light projection. The projector, powered by a mobile generator, was moved from site to site. All of the pieces were photographed at night using long exposures. On moonless nights, the landscape was lit with searchlights. The landforms themselves are quite large, requiring the projector and camera to
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Frank Horvat with Helmut Newton: October 1986   Frank Horvat : I think that if I had to explain Helmut Newton to someone who had never heard of him, the first thing I would say would be : “He is the one who has turned the tables on the whole business”. You said it yourself,
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  Anyone who has yielded to the luxurious embrace of an Eames lounge chair is well acquainted with its sensual and aesthetic pleasures but Charles and Ray Eames, the husband and wife team behind the enduring classic furniture designs are less familiar.   Their partnership and multifaceted careers — they’re credited with both reinventing the
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