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This edition of Butlin’s photographs, collated by Martin Parr, coincides with Butlin’s 75th anniversary. In the late 1960s and early 1970s, postcard entrepreneur John Hinde produced a series of images of Butlin’s popular holiday camps throughout the British Isles. With his trademark use of bright colors and elaborate staging, each photograph featured a large cast of
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French photographer Léo Caillard created the “Miami Houses” series, reminding of the works by german photographers Bernd and Hilla Becher. The only thing missing are Miami Vice’s Sonny and Rico rolling up their pastel-colored blazers walking along the beach.   Caillard’s clients include: Equinox, PMU, Eurostar, Playstation, Orange, Caudalie, Outfitters Chevrolet, Tabuba, Azzaro, MAC, Y3.
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    The Cloud House is an addition and renovation to a double-fronted Edwardian house in Fitzroy North. Over the course of close to a century, this house has received several additions and modifications.   McBride Charles Ryans work for the house is designed in three parts. This allows for a sequence of distinct and
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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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    The “WM series” (wood/metal) by New Zealand-based designer Tim Webber  can be described as a clean, stripped back aesthetic, with the simplicity of the forms and mixture of materials creating bold, striking items. The works are an exploration of the relationship between some of the two most common materials used in furniture design – wood
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    German Industrial Designer Rams’s ideological approach to design, best summed up with his 1994 decree, ‘Less but better,’ is applied to everything that surrounds him, from the house that he designed and lives in, to much of the furniture, shelving systems and electronic devices that fill it. His greatest legacy is his work
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In a brilliant career spanning more than four decades, Yves Saint Laurent has always been driven by the need to invent and change. At the tender age of 21 the shy, bespectacled designer had already established himself as the new creative force behind the grand couture house of Christian Dior. A few years later, with
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A set of Motel postcards from the 1950′s and 60′s, back in the days when a motel was a sophisticated place for mysterious encounters.   Daring color schemes contrast warm wood paneling with cool blue; a homey, modern sitting area transforms a motel room into a living room; and simple wall-mounted lighting is a tasteful
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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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    Let us introduce you to an extremely talented photographer from Antwerp, Mieke Verbijlen. With an eye for all things beautiful, she takes us for a visit in the living spaces of some of her closest friends. The photo’s she takes are visual poetry, she knows how to play with light and capture sentiment.
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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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  in the late 1960s, Jack Nicholson was just Jack Nicholson: a guy with some interesting, supporting roles under his belt and, one suspected, a slew of starring roles in his future. In September 1969, not long after Nicholson had charmed moviegoers and critics alike with his deceptively easygoing performance as a sweet-natured, booze-sodden, small-town
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Villa Nellcôte in the south of France was the exotic location where the Rolling Stones recorded Exile On Main Street.   Commissioned in 1854 by a businessman named Eugene Thomas, in 1971 Villa Nellcôte, in Villefranche-sur-Mer on the Côte D’Azur was the temporary residence of Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards, his partner Anita Pallenberg and
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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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