Tuesday, May 24, 2022

Arts

2022 MILKY WAY PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR

Travel photography blog Capture the Atlas has published the 5th edition of their annual Milky Way Photographer of the Year, a collection featuring the best 25 photos...

VANS CELEBRATES FEMALE ARTISTS AND CREATORS THROUGH CAUSE AND COMMUNITY WITH “THESE PROJECTS ARE ADS FOR CREATIVITY”

Vans, the global icon of creative expression and exploration, is proud to enable a family of artists, creators, and originators to share their unique...

Felting with Wooliza

"Felting with friends since 2007." Liza Hamilton also known as "Wooliza" is the artist behind these adorable felted creatures. Check out the artist gallery at...

Doris Salcedo: The Art of War

By Noah Toledo Doris Salcedo is a visual artist from Bogota, Colombia whose work is largely influenced by the socio-political issues in her home country.  Much of her work is deeply personal, as her own family has been...

Tracey Emin: Making Her Own Bed

By Noah Toledo Tracey Emin is a multimedia British artist, living and working in London, whose work takes on an intensely autobiographical bent.  Born in 1963, she was called an “enfant terrible” by critics of the art world during her...

Anish Kapoor: Sculpting with New Materials

Known by many for his controversial exclusive deal to work with the “blackest black” color—Vantablack—Anish Kapoor’s name is certainly not one free from controversy. However his...

Bruce Munro: Emerging into the Light

If there is one feature that resides fundamentally within all visual arts, it is light. The British-Australian artist Bruce Munro knows this too well,...

Rachel Whiteread’s Positively Controversial Sculptures

By Noah Toledo  Rachel Whiteread is a British artist, best known for her sculpture work, made primarily of casts, and for the use of negative space in...

El Lissitzky: From Influenced to Influencer

Although many histories cast El Lissitzky in a supporting role to his mentor Kazimir Malevich’s introduction of Suprematist, it’s hard to understate the role he had in creating the...

Ant Farm: Redefining Iconography

“We wanted to be an architecture group that was more like a rock band.” – Doug Michels.  Formed in 1968 by Chip Lord and Doug Michels, the...

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