Vanessa Kotovich is a fine art photographer. Her interests stem from a disorientation involving the irregularity, fragility, beauty, and decay of natural material.
From Epstein’s painting of Bill Clinton to an artist who makes works in his sleep, this is all you need to know about the ins and outs of the art world from this week.
From a delayed restoration on the Notre Dame to the Smithsonian acquiring a portrait of Beyoncé, this is all you need to know about the ins and outs of the art world from this week.
Dominique Wildermann continuously explores the photographic medium to satisfy her neverending curiosity. Almost forcing herself out of the creative solitude she usually works in, she found a new strength by combining multiple photographs in a single creation. The result is a wonderfully naive exploration of the naked body.
One thing just led to another. I started photography when I was very young, like at 15 or something. A friend told me she was doing a workshop every Wednesday afternoon, and she asked, "Do you want to do it with me?" So that's really how it started.
PhotoESPAÑA not only weaves itself with the world at large, but also firmly roots itself with the community of Madrid. We sat down with curator Susan Bright and photographer Javier Vallhonrat to get an inside look at this dynamic festival.
From a seesaw connecting Americans and Mexicans to a thrifted Egon Schiele drawing, this is all you need to know about the ins and outs of the art world from this week.
Did you know, before I met you, I had never once snuck out of my house? I would pair each sock with its match and brush my teeth before bed, hoping to dream about tiptoeing through the tulips.
Political photography has been overlooked as a subtle way of influencing public perception, but with the 24-hour news stream that’s all changing. Cue Nancy Pelosi’s slow clap.
I first started academy-style art training in junior high school. After graduating from the China Academy of Arts, I worked as an architectural photographer.
Photographs are universal communicators, bridging the gaps that words create…except when they don’t. The photographer captures one instant in an image with specific intent, so what happens when those intentions are misconstrued?
From capturing auras on film to Artificial Intelligence transforming the editing process, this is all you need to know about the ins and outs of the art world from this week.
In the corner of my eye, the light glints
off your lacquered nails, red for luck,
matching your pepper-red dress
From the “tear gas biennial” to a new exhibition teaching white privilege through an escape room, this is all you need to know about the ins and outs of the art world from this week.
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.