The Whitney is moving… and the question of what will happen to it’s current buildings is strong in the minds of architecture and art lovers. One suggestion that we strongly support comes from NY Mag and Robert A.M. Stern – a for real architecture museum, done RIGHT. In the words of the author of the [...]
Revelatory digi-collage-paintings by Alex Fischer. So lush… | via Triangulation
Bruce Davidson is one of the most renowned photographers of our time. A box set of a large collection of his work was published this summer by Steidl, if you hurry quick they still have a few first edition copies left! Of course, our favorite series of his will be always be Brooklyn Gang <3
David Horvitz is a Brooklyn-based artist whom I admire and respect very much. In his new project 58 Cents, he aims to pay off the entirety of his student loan debt by asking total strangers to send payments to Sallie Mae, one 58-cent-check at a time. Wish I’d thought of this first… Funny, smart, practical.
Brooklyn-based artist Nate Hill, who has ridden several animal-personas to moderate internet fame, is back at it. His latest creation, Punch Me Panda, is currently on a mission to bring catharsis to the Brooklyn masses. | via the Wall Street Journal
Artist Josef Kristofoletti was recently commissioned to paint a mural on the structure containing the ATLAS particle accelerator near Geneva, Switzerland. What did he paint? The THING ITSELF. I don’t get it, but hey — it’s science, and I LIKE IT!
These fashionable paintings by Guim Tió of Barcelona make me smile. | via The Fox is Black
Yochai Matos, probably best known for his fluorescent light sculptures, has also been hitting the streets of Tel Aviv for years, using glitter, glue, and graffiti (and ceramic tiles?) to show us the stuff he
Jenny Holzer is one of my favorite artists for a few reasons: She uses large scale public displays to reach as many people as possible She’s a successful female artist with an amazing collection of art by other awesome female artists (Louise Bourgeois and Kiki Smith to name a few) Since the mid-90s she’s been [...]
Canadian artist An Te Liu has been working with architecture and the theme of “place” for quite some time. This piece, Title Deed (2009), addresses the current housing crisis in a clever way. | via The Daily Mail
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