Empty New York City Timelapse

As Hurricane Sandy gathers strength and emergency preparation plans are put into action, the Smithsonian in Washington, DC and New York, the MoMA and the Met have shut down. Good luck to everybody out there in the eye of the storm. Got enough food and… Read More

Georges Méliès’s Robinson Crusoé film resurfaces in Pordenone

“It’s a very important piece of cinema history, which was not known until Saturday night,” says David Robinson, director of the Giornate del Cinema Muto, the annual silent film festival in Pordenone, north Italy. He’s talking about a film that is just 12 and a… Read More

The Starving Artist at MoMA’s Doors

It is hard to make a trip to the Museum of Modern Art without noticing, just outside the entrance on West 53rd Street, the lean, fresh-faced young man with paint-caked clothes standing next to his paint-caked table,” writes The New York Times. “This is Mark… Read More

Hello sun!

Hello sun!

September 17th, 2012 | Uncategorized

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Digital Scavenger Hunt at the Getty

For his project Digital Scavenger Hunt, artist John Divola devised a challenge in which participants used cameras to capture particular subjects in the Museum’s collection and around the Getty Center, and the resulting images were stitched together to form large-scale grids. Follow a group of… Read More

Hello world!

Hello world!

September 1st, 2012 | Uncategorized

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“The Perfect Moment” – Mapplethorpe Show returns to the U.S.

Two decades after it was denounced by Jesse Helms in Congress and almost sent Dennis Barrie to jail, the X Portfolio is finally coming out. “When the ill-fated Robert Mapplethorpe survey called “The Perfect Moment” opened at Cincinnati’s Contemporary Arts Center in April 1990, some… Read More

THE WATER TANK PROJECT

THE WATER TANK PROJECT, a landmark public art initiative focused on raising attention to Water as a precious resource. For twelve weeks in the Spring of 2013, rooftop tanks in New York City will be transformed into works of art by established and emerging figures… Read More

Scott Wade – The Dirty Car Artist

We’ve all seen smileys and “WASH ME!” on the dusty windows of cars that need a good cleaning. Artist Scott Wade takes that a step further, and draws beautiful, intricate art on dirty rear windows, including replicas of Vermeer, Michelangelo, and dogs playing poker. Lots… Read More

Watch “Chelsea Girls” by Andy Warhol & Paul Morrissey (1966)

You might want to watch the entire 3-hour film now because it might not be on Youtube forever… Chelsea Girls is a 1966 experimental underground film directed by Andy Warhol and Paul Morrissey. The film was Warhol’s first major commercial success after a long line… Read More

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