To your left,
no defined shape in sight.
Ripples playing with the sun,
Messing with your memories.
The eyelids slowly closing,
You see shadows behind you.
Federica Belli interviews the renowned fashion photographer Guy Le Baube at the opening of his exhibition “Behind the scenes” at Avant Gallery.
From the murals honoring Maya Angelou to the conclusion of Madonna’s personal property lawsuit, this is all you need to know about the ins and outs of the art world from this week.
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She couldn’t believe it was time to leave already. That was her place. She raised her gaze. There it was. That tree. Still standing there, a hero becoming aware that the war has been lost but trying to fight that last battle anyway. Memories rushed before her eyes, too fast to focus on anything specific.
There is beauty in diversity, in difference, and in the merging of disparate identities. In the world of art, this beauty is realized through collage.
After battling with a hard-hitting Netherland defense in the first half, team captian Megan Rapinoe and Rose Lavelle scored one goal each. Now, the team arrives in NYC to kick off the celebrations.
From more lawsuit scandals to the death of the man behind the “Pictures Generation,” this is all you need to know about the ins and outs of the art world from this week.
Harlan: This flag…so this flag mean that I’m asexual, so it means that I don’t experience sexual attraction for people.
Light enables all vision, sometimes the visions of photographic masterminds. Whether soft or harsh, natural or artificial, diffused or dramatic, the lighting of a photograph can be what makes it.
Ron Haviv: Seven months later, when the United States invaded Panama, the president spoke about the photograph as one of the reasons for the invasion.
From Nan Goldin’s protest at the Louvre to Hasselblad’s new camera, this is all you need to know about the ins and outs of the artworld from this week.