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Tino Sehgal, “The Kiss” at the Martin-Gropius-Bau (photo by @gert_pauly/Instagram) BERLIN — As I entered the atrium of the Martin-Gropius-Bau, I spotted two people at the room’s center engaged in a slow, intricate dance of embraces.
The curatorial team visiting one of the three exhibition venues (all photos courtesy Chim↑Pom) It’s an art exhibition you can’t visit.
Want to see how Nikon SLR cameras were made two decades ago? Back in 1998, the Japanese TV show “The Making” — an international predecessor of How It’s Made — aired this 15-minute-long segment showing how Nikon manufactured its F70 film SLR (known as the N70 in the US), which was first introduced in 1994.
Tour de Fork is a creative duo made up of photographer and food stylist Claudia Castaldi and product designer Stefano Citi.
Where do children play? A glimpse into the global environments in which kids play. It is interesting to see the stark differences among countries with wealth and those without.
Dan Pauly builds guest cottages, playhouses, garden sheds, and saunas all appearing to be perfectly suited for an enchanted forest.
Depict the world around you in fascinating detail using a relaxed, methodical approach. With artist and instructor Steven Reddy as your guide, capture highly detailed scenes as you learn techniques for creating contour drawings, grisaille underpaintings, beautiful watercolors, and more.
Sony and Zeiss are two brand names that appear together on many of Sony’s cameras and lenses. For the past two decades, the Japanese and German companies (respectively) have had a fruitful partnership in designing and manufacturing gear.
On September 25 and 26, the historic district of Taos, New Mexico, will be transformed with 31 works by over 70 artists.
An anonymous father and son over in China are making headlines in that country and across the Internet after their special photos tradition came to light recently.
Members of G.U.L.F. occupying the second floor of the Israeli pavilion at the 2015 Venice Biennale (all photos courtesy G.U.L.F.
By Flynn Matthews Who said that coffee stains are always bad? German artist Stefan Kuhnigk has been drawing monstrous characters out of coffee stains since 2011.
Volo, an oversized rocking chair. The brainchild of Jules and Jason Henry, two brothers growing up in the wild and eclectic Big Sur community, Volo reminds us that life is in motion and miraculously, in balance.
Artist Frank Gonzales refers to his process as a cross-pollination of elements, a mixture of realism and artificiality expressed through acrylic paintings of birds perched atop plants and crystaline formations.
Photographer Trevor Mahlmann has a knack for capturing light trails showing the International Space Station zipping across the sky.
Sony has announced two new Android smartphones: the Xperia C5 and Xperia M5. Both devices come equipped with large Full HD displays and fast Octa-core processors, but most interesting (to us at least) are the integrated cameras powered by Sony Exmor RS sensors.
We are proud to kick off the Fall season with a cover story on San Francisco-based fine artist Richard Colman.
Instagram Finds Exploring the instagram of the talented and creative Giulia Bernadelli.
Lens Rentals Canada is calling it quits after years of being one of the prominent gear rental services serving photographers in Canada.
Penny Byrne is a Melbourne-based artist who creates porcelain figurines laden with bold—and often grim—political messages.