It started with a camera. By the age of 17, Jimmy Nelson had left his British boarding school and set out on a walking tour of Tibet, capturing shots of the landscape along his way. Eventually, this trek became fuel for his passion for discovery and thoughtful commemoration, specifically for indigenous cultures all over the globe. Today, the world-renowned photographer has a new exhibit highlighting the pinnacles of his decades-long career at Atelier des Lumières in Paris.
Filmmakers gain inspiration for their art from all kinds of sources, and Luca Spreafico is no exception. His latest fashion film, “Alex,” was inspired by EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) therapy.
Miami is well-known for its eclectic art scene. It will soon reach a new level of recognition, though, with the installation of ReefLine, Miami Beach’s first underwater public sculpture park and artificial reef.
Under the instruction of professor Tomer Hanuka, a group of third-year students at the School of Visual Arts in New York City were tasked with creating magazine covers that illustrate their predictions of what post-pandemic life will look like. These magazine covers were all drawn in the style of The New Yorker.
New York’s first gallery exhibition of “Doku: Digital Alaya” by Shanghai-based artist Lu Yang opened to visitors on May 7, 2021. The exhibit is taking place at the Jane Lombard Gallery.
On May 29, 2021, painter Jessica Libor will unveil a new collection of work in her solo art exhibition, titled “Wildlove.” Libor’s show will take place at the Era Contemporary Gallery in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Scott Jordan has spent nearly 50 years exploring the landfills, construction sites, and other forgotten or less-visited areas of New York City. During his explorations, he’s uncovered all kinds of forgotten artifacts. Some date back more than 300 years!
One of the latest creations from Japanese artist Chiharu Shiota delivers something everyone could use a little more of right now: Hope.
When most people picture pointe shoes, they imagine a pair of silky, pale pink shoes. These shoes are fine for white and light-skinned women. What about Black ballerinas like Kira Robinson, though? What are they supposed to wear?
Western lovers now have another reason to plan a trip to Marfa, Texas. Marfa was the filming location for several western films, including the beloved epic “Giant.” It’s now also home to a massive, stunning mural created by artist John Cerney.