Today Musee joined thousands of protestors who marched from Foley Square to Battery Park to confront the climate disaster which threatens civilization as we know it.
A new poem by Federica Belli
Fascinated by the profound effect that color can have on perception and emotions, Bill Armstrong produces lush, semi-abstract, semi-figurative photographs. In his series, he makes his photographs by taking intentionally blurred photographs of other photographs.
Maurizio Cattelan’s America being stolen from Blenheim Palace to the new iPhone 11’s camera feature, this is all you need to know about the ins and outs of the art world from this week.
In the end, it’s really about the work. It’s not about trying to fill quotas and be politically correct. It’s about the art.
A new poem by Paloma Broussal-Lanusse
As Queen and Slim become a symbol of the pain experienced throughout America whether they asked to be or not, they forge a bond that wouldn’t have come out of their casual diner date.
Iconic Swiss photographer Robert Frank died at the age of 94 on September 9, 2019.
After the dust settled, grey soot lined the streets, and there were mangled pieces of steel beams and silvery ash in the place where the Towers once stood.
Michael Jang spent nearly forty years working as a commercial portrait photographer capturing iconic figures. Unbeknown to the world, he was also infiltrating and documenting a number of subcultures from all strata of society.
William Klein is an American-born French photographer and filmmaker known for his unusual photographic techniques in the context of photojournalism and fashion photography.