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“As a scholar of art and media, I have always focused on practices in which the poles of art and science come together around aesthetic form, modes of knowledge, or visions of the future”...
There’s something about Jesse Mockrin’s paintings that transport the viewer back to the 18th century.
Though they worked on just five films together, the last way back in 1983, the association between Chantal Akerman and French cinematographer Babette Mangolte remains strong, largely thanks to t
What interested me in film was the image-making aspect of it. So, I went to school in cinematography. I was really convinced that image was what I wanted to do...
The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) is celebrating the induction of four outstanding artists into the NYFA Hall of Fame during its annual benefit on Tuesday, April 12, 2016...NYFA is pro
Jorge Narvaez talks to [LA TV] about what it's like to be a father. He documents his fatherhood experiences on YouTube. Video feature at you tube:
[Jean-Luc Godard] accompanied, of course, by Jean-Pierre Gorin, the young comrade with whom he would collaborate for the entirety of his Dziga Vertov period.
"This is a comedy of juxtaposition of the coolest guy on the planet and the Nixon administration, which is working on a very different register," says Johnson.
Clark said one of her goals for the series is to create more intimate, less pretentious connections between people, the park and its museums. Read more at:
The London Plane tree was removed because it had died of natural causes, but Turner Prize nominated artist Anya Gallaccio was struck by its absence and felt it was the perfect subject for a scul