Louise Nevelson was an extremely prominent figure and one of few women active in the mid-twentieth-century American art scene. She is known for her assemblages made up of found pieces of wood that were painted to form unified but varied blocks of color. Often, her assemblages are black, white or go
When Jacob A. Riis, a police reporter in New York, began his personal campaign to expose the misery of the underprivileged living in the crime-infested slums of the lower East side, he soon found that the printed word was not sufficiently convincing, and so he turned to photography by flashlight.
i would like to have a mantra that encompasses my philosophy and exhibits me well for this box, but i dont seem to. in lieu of something concise and thought provoking, ill just tell you that i take pictures and love talking about photos. im interested in the kinds of thoughts that others have in orde
Canadian filmmaker Guy Maddin's idiosyncratic, surreal, and often very funny works are often cited for their silent film sensibilities. Often compared to David Lynch's early works, Maddin's films are bizarre and post-modern, frequently including themes of unrequited love, murder, homoeroticism, inces