A provocateur par excellence, Joseph Beuys never ceased to emphasize the act of art or to conceive of art itself as an action. His entire oeuvre aims at dissolving the distinction between art and life, at recognizing creativity in every milieu, whether it be in the way an artist paints a canvas or a
"Have mercy on me," said Henry Kissinger as he was about to be photographed by Richard Avedon. Avedon was known for his ability to lay bare the souls of his subjects, often photographing them against totally white or otherwise stark backgrounds.
At one time, Avedon was the highest paid fashion an
Molly Dilworth uses a variety of methods and materials - from discarded paint to Google Earth - to interrogate what it means to be alive today. From miniature rules-based paintings to rooftop-scale poured paintings Dilworth encourages viewers to think twice about the everyday.