Instead of blaming Trump’s wall, freshman Republican Congressman, Tim Burchett, is trying to push “No Art in Embassies Act” because he thinks it’s a misallocation of taxpayers money. Why are we pretending that a rich Republican from Tennessee even pays taxes?
Karine Laval: I was already fascinated with photography as a child. My grandparents lived near Paris that had the first Museum of Photography. It had this huge collection of old cameras. The first pictures I took with a camera were pictures of surveillance. I was snooping on my grandparents' neighbors from the roof of their building.
Akshit Bhardwaj was born in New Delhi, the capital of India. Growing up in the midst of urban chaos, hot pot of different cultures and politics has given him a unique perspective on human psychology.
From mankind’s first photograph of a black hole to the winners of the World Press Photo, this is all you need to know on the ins and outs of the art world this week.
Minimalistic yet chic, elegant yet bold, meticulously planned yet so fun—that is the dynamic that Erik Madigan Heck employs in his compelling images.
Nicholas Kristof: I did it once before that I can remember; in 2003 during a terrible food crisis in Ethiopia, I used a photo I took of the back of a starving child who was all bones and it was the same kind of thing.
Throughout history, it was never the people that stayed home that created change, it was those that jumped on the back of the unbridled ideas who made an impact. The uniqueness and creativity that those people instigated, simply by living a little wild, made a lasting legacy on the world. This is a wake-up call to your unruly and daring side to come into the open air!
The Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD) held the 39th edition of The Photography Show April 4-7, 2019, again at Pier 94. Nearly 100 of the world’s leading fine art photography galleries presented a range of museum-quality work
Julian: Science always attracted me because of its ability to address different scales and systems within one discourse but it is often expressed in a way that only the scientific community is able to make sense of.
Nestled in Brooklyn, the House of Yes is a wild paradise, that celebrates joie de vivre and unbounded creativity, freed from the restraints of societal judgment.
From Jim Carrey’s political cartoons to the winners of the 35th ICP Infinity Awards, catch up with the ins and outs of the art world in this week’s news.
Nona Faustine: I’ve definitely grown as an artist and as a photographer. The theme of my relationship to the history of this country as a New Yorker and as an African American remains the same.