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New Work by Simon Prades Simon Prades was born in 1985 in southern Germany, in a Spanish/German family.
Filmmaker Chantal Akerman being interviewed in 2011 (gif Hrag Vartanian/Hyperallergic, source material via celluloidVideo’s YouTube channel) The film world received dreadful news this week when it was discovered that the famed Belgian filmmaker and pioneer of modern feminist cinema Chantal Akerman had died.
David Hammons’s “African American Flag” (1990) flies in the courtyard of MOMA PS1. (all photos by the author for Hyperallergic) Every five years the Museum of Modern Art and MoMA PS1 team up to take the pulse of New York City’s contemporary art scene, filling the latter institution with works made recently by artists based in the metropolitan area.
Hurricane Sandy forming in 2012, as visualized in NOAA’s SOS Explorer (all screenshots by the author for Hyperallergic) Two recently launched applications for mapping datasets examine our planet and humanity’s impact on it. The incredibly advanced Science on a Sphere (SOS) Explorer from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) is a 3D desktop Earth, over which night lights, carbon tracks, ocean temperatures, and even satellites and space debris floating far above the surface are visualized, while Many Cities, from MIT’s SENSEable City Lab, tracks mobile phone usage and concentration in major cities.
Tomorrow our Tsq Newsstand guest clerk will be artist, designer and founder of Only NY, Micah . He will be selling exclusive ONLY items from 4-7.
Anne Lemanski, “Blue Go-Go” at the Grand Rapids Art Museum (all photos by the author for Hyperallergic) GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.
Mark Dorf, “Emergent #16” (2014) (all photos courtesy Postmasters unless otherwise noted) Presenting vitas of sweeping landscapes paired with serene color gradients, Mark Dorf‘s photographs of the Rocky Mountains of Colorado ferry nature into fantasy.
Cathy Van Hoang (a.k.a. Petit Beast) is a Los Angeles-based designer and art director. Using sea urchin shells as planters, Hoang photographs the plants upside down to create what look like floating jellyfish (with the plant becoming the tentacles).
Aldo Tambellini, “H. Barnette Loans/For Rent” (1971-72) (courtesy the artist and Pierogi / The Boiler) Viewed from the window of his apartment at Atlantic and Flatbush avenues, filmmaker Aldo Tambellini captured the slow changes in Brooklyn street life from 1971 to 1972.
Aldo Tambellini, “Three Men On the Sidewalk” (1971-72) (image courtesy the artist) Viewed from the window of his apartment at Atlantic and Flatbush avenues, filmmaker Aldo Tambellini captured the slow changes in Brooklyn street life from 1971 to 1972.
One of legendary photographer Robert Capa’s most famous photos is The Falling Soldier, a 1936 picture from the Spanish Civil War that’s said to show a soldier at the moment he’s shot.
Pamela Alderman’s “Hometown Hero” in the lobby of the Amway Grand Plaza Hotel, at a quieter moment (all photos by the author for Hyperallergic) (click to enlarge) GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.
LA based artist and designer, Esai Ramirez, has created an imagined series of art inspired Crayola box sets.
Georges Remi aka Hergé, “Le Lotus Bleu” (1936) (© Hergé/Moulinsart 2015, courtesy Artcurial) Art Movements is a weekly collection of news, developments, and stirrings in the art world.
Want to shoot some abstract, eye-popping aerial footage? Just bring a camera drone to one of China’s busiest roadways when there’s a major traffic jam.
crossconnectmag: Biz Eyes, Designed and Assembled by Nasim Sehat Biz Eyes is design with an abstract notion of fashion.
In 1958, Disney released the documentary White Wilderness. You’ve probably never heard of it, but you likely have heard the myth that lemmings commit mass suicide.
Poet Edgar Allan Poe had glowing things to say about photography after it exploded onto the scene in the mid-1800s.
Artist David Oliveira (previously) works with wire in an unconventional way by cutting and twisting the material into sculptures that could be mistaken for 2D sketches.