When it comes to artists who delve into the realm of light and space, James Turrell is perhaps the most influential of our time.
On the spectrum of animals-online, polar opposite of cuteoverload.com and LOLCats would probably be Thomas Wilder‘s new Animals Loose in NYC series. Not that these images are any less to look at—they’re just infinitely more informative. The concept of which Thomas
By now you should know that we have a weakness for Photorealistic painters, and when we find a new one, we feel oblige to introduce it to you (especially when he paints our favorite city). Here is the amazing work British painter Nathan Walsh. His style is
A tad bit dizzying, but dazzling nonetheless, the always-creative photographer Richard Silver puts a spin on our usual view of panoramic pictures. Instead of shooting a landscape of pews and aisles, his NY Churches: A Unique Perspective series is a long shot of the church ceiling, with assortments of art, grids, and balconies. “Each photo [...]
November 9, 2012–January 13, 2013 Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1071 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10128 Gabriel Orozco’s ‘Asterisms’ is a is a two-part sculptural and photographic installation comprising thousands of items of detritus the artist has gathered at two sites—a playing field near his home in New York and a protected coastal biosphere in [...]
I always enjoy looking at different photographers’ views of the Big Apple. New York is a city that inspires everyone of us and that’s why we love it so much. Here is some of my favorite shots from fine art photographer Andrew Moore and his view, his light and his perspective of the city between [...]