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Always one to be on the cutting edge of art, New Image Art Gallery opened their “14 Artists” show last Friday night.��� The group show was a result of studio visits and correspondence with, you guessed it, 14 different artists.��� It featured works on all different mediums, from Judith Supine’s...
Recently. AM had a chance to catch Shepard Fairey and his crew hard at work in the middle of Times Square for the launch of a special collaboration with Levi’s. In usual bold Obey fashion, the boys set up shop at the heart of the city to build a mural anchored by Shepard’s classic icon [...]
When we brought you a first���look (here)���at the A-list “Pop Life” exhibition at the Tate Modern yesterday, we neglected to mention that the short film “Akihabara Majokko Princess” from Murakami was included. Created in collaboration with one of Hollywood’s hottest directors, McG (Charlies Angels...
There were so many wonderful things at this year's NY Art Book Fair that I'm kind of glad they didn't take credit cards. My favorite purchase was an envelope of Michael Schmelling prints he mailed to J & L Books just for the event. I finally opened the envelope today and found these little gems...
Amy Stein's Photography Blog: posted over 4 years ago
2009 Awards Winners at the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival:
Anne Dellinger Grand Jury Award - "Burma VJ - Reporting from a Closed Country" directed by Anders Østergaard
Special Jury Award - "Unmistaken Child" directed by Nati Baratz
Full Frame Jury Award for Best Short - "12 Notes Down" directed by Andreas Koefoed
Honorable Mention - "La Chirola" directed by Diego Mondaca
Honorable Mention - "The Flying Shepherd" directed by Catalin Musat
FFW WorldPulse Festival Newswire - Documentary - Television: posted over 4 years ago
Ordering Art: How Commissions Complicate Art Ownership I recently read an online opinions article published in the December 2008 issue of The Art Newspaper titled “Who owns museum-commissioned works?”��� The writer, Brett Littman, poses and discusses a stimulating question: “Should museums [that commission works from artists] recoup their production costs by taking a position that they [...]
Art Production: posted over 5 years ago
We stopped by Weller Court in Little Tokyo (LA) last month at the beginning of a road trip and were surprised to see work from digital artist Heisuke Kitazawa aka PCP blown up into giant murals.��� Seeing his Japanese artist’s psychedelic-style and dream-like work in large scale was really an...
Arrested Motion: posted over 5 years ago
We Love Typography: posted over 5 years ago
“Men of a Certain Age” is a believable, sharply observed portrait of ordinary men.
NYT > Arts: posted over 4 years ago