Architectural Installations at 2022 Design Miami and Art Basel Include Works by Germane Barnes, Stefano Boeri and Daniel Arsham

Architectural Installations at 2022 Design Miami and Art Basel Include Works by Germane Barnes, Stefano Boeri and Daniel Arsham

Architectural Installations at 2022 Design Miami and Art Basel Include Works by Germane Barnes, Stefano Boeri and Daniel Arsham Rock | Roll by Germane Barnes. Image Courtesy of Miami Design District Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/993196/architectural-installations-at-2022-design-miami-and-art-basel-include-works-by-germane-barnes-stefano-boeri-and-daniel-arsham Distinguished for its quality, depth, and diversity, Design Miami 2022 has concluded, giving worldwide collectors … Read more

The Strange Surrealist Magic of Dora Maar | History

The Strange Surrealist Magic of Dora Maar | History

Elizabeth Djinis Correspondent Few artists boast a style and subject matter so singular that three separate specialists would use the same word to describe them: “strange.” Yet that’s exactly what happened when Smithsonian magazine asked a trio of scholars about Dora Maar, a 20th-century French photographer and painter whose oeuvre in many ways defies explanation. … Read more

‘Facing the world with courage’: Europe on the brink of war – in pictures | Art and design

‘Facing the world with courage’: Europe on the brink of war – in pictures | Art and design

Woman with Veil, Sarajevo, Yugoslavia In 2018, Charles Seton, a photo restoration specialist and family friend, digitised and restored the photographs. Scheuer’s sons and Seton began identifying locations, reconstructing the chronology of the trip, sequencing the rolls of film, and researching other questions that these photographs pose. Here, a woman smiles back at the photographer … Read more

Traditional china serving up the big issues of today – in pictures | Art and design

Traditional china serving up the big issues of today – in pictures | Art and design

Blue and white transferware plates were hugely popular in the 19th century for their bucolic pastoral scenes. Over the past 30 years, artist Paul Scott, who lives in Cumbria, has updated the medium to address some very modern issues: the climate emergency, the refugee crisis, tensions in the Middle East. ‘The original genre depicts a … Read more

Cars, bars and burger joints: William Eggleston’s iconic America – in pictures | Art and design

Cars, bars and burger joints: William Eggleston’s iconic America – in pictures | Art and design

Some images recall rural colourist landscapes from the 19th century, while others have an almost subdued yet ponderous visual quality reminiscent of the paintings of Edward Hopper. This photograph of a glass of iced tea resting on a table in a diner seems to almost self-consciously reference Eggleston’s now iconic image of a drink resting … Read more

‘He Was My Camera’: Artist Laurie Simmons Remembers the Pioneering Queer Photographer Jimmy DeSana, Whose Work Is Finally Being Recognized

‘He Was My Camera’: Artist Laurie Simmons Remembers the Pioneering Queer Photographer Jimmy DeSana, Whose Work Is Finally Being Recognized

Jimmy DeSana saw the world through his camera. His surreal staged photos captured the very real risk, liberation and subversion of queer subculture of 70s and 80s New York City. Yet for years, DeSana’s work was largely left out of conversations around LGBTQ photography and the Pictures Generation.  Now, the world has finally caught up. … Read more

In a Solo Show at the Munch Museum, Artist Camille Henrot Tackles the Traumas of Motherhood, Hoarding, and Fitting In

In a Solo Show at the Munch Museum, Artist Camille Henrot Tackles the Traumas of Motherhood, Hoarding, and Fitting In

“There is a very deep ambivalence in all relationships, but the more intimate and closer the relationship, the more ambivalent it will be,” said the French artist Camille Henrot at the opening of her exhibition, “Mouth to Mouth,” at the Munch museum in Oslo. Ambivalence might be an overarching theme in the exhibition, taking place … Read more

Back to the future: cutting-edge images at Paris Photo – in pictures | Art and design

Back to the future: cutting-edge images at Paris Photo – in pictures | Art and design

Gregory Crewdson: Untitled (Trouble with Harry’s), a NFT from the series Beneath the Roses 2003-2008 Made over the course of eight productions spanning five years, with a full feature-film crew, the pictures blur the distinctions between cinema and photography, reality and fantasy, what has happened, and what is to come. The display of digital APs … Read more

A Top Dealer Noticed Dhewadi Hadjab’s Arresting Portraits in a Paris Church. Now the Algerian-Born Artist Is Getting His Big Break

A Top Dealer Noticed Dhewadi Hadjab’s Arresting Portraits in a Paris Church. Now the Algerian-Born Artist Is Getting His Big Break

The Paris-based, Algerian-born Dhewadi Hadjab, paints dancers. We find them at the center of otherwise stark rooms, where layers of wallpaper are peeling off walls. They are often wearing Adidas sweatpants, their bodies twisted and suspended.  At the center of several compositions, feet pop up or hang, appearing relaxed, peaking over the back of a … Read more

Head On photo festival 2022: from camel woes to sperm smugglers – in pictures | Art and design

Head On photo festival 2022: from camel woes to sperm smugglers – in pictures | Art and design

Sydney’s Head On festival returns with exhibitions, workshops and panel discussions from more than 600 contributing artists at indoor and outdoor locations across the city. Here are just a few examples of the photos on show Main image: Camel Racing Club, Emirate of KuwaitA group of camels wait for the start of a race. The … Read more