- Nan Goldin: Fireleap
- Posted 44 months ago by Jack Lowe · Art & Design · 4959 Views
Legendary fine art photographer Nan Goldin recently opened her new show, entitled "Fireleap" at the Sprovieri Gallery in London's Mayfair. The exhibition features a series of landscapes as well as a number of images of children, taken between 1978 and today, revealing the artist's fascination with their freedom and natural innocence. All the images on display were previously unseen: "They have been my secret work metaphors for loneliness… (I was) trying to break the glass between the outside world and me. I had lived in a dark space for 15 years so the landscape was unfamiliar to me, a fascination with an unknown world outside".
The exhibition opened on 24 June and will be running through 6 August, 2011.
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- Video: MUCU Stationary
- 44 months ago · culture · 0 Comments · 3098 Views
- Contemporary online lifestyle store Vetted have just produced a video which showcases the latest range of MUCU stationary products. The tranquil video shows us how the elegant notebooks can be used in day-to-day life, showcasing their high quality to the fullest. MUCU, a Japanese...
- Duck Sauce - Big Bad Wolf
- 44 months ago · music · 4 Comments · 4072 Views
- Quickly rising to fame after the release of hit "Barbra Streisand", New York-based duo Duck Sauce have followed up with "Big Bad Wolf". Again, the track constantly repeats its only self-titled lyrics over an equally repetitive beat, which can induce a bit of a headache if you're...
- Foam Issue 27 Now Stocked
- 44 months ago · Art & Design · 0 Comments · 2195 Views
- The latest issue of the comprehensive Dutch photography magazine Foam is now available to buy from our online shop. Entitled the "Report" issue, the magazine takes a look at the world's latest news, zooming in on major events happening right now. Through eight photography portfolios...
- Fleet Ilya Leather Visors
- 44 months ago · culture · 0 Comments · 4703 Views
- Fleet Ilya are a relatively young label founded by Russian-born Ilya Fleet, who has a background in traditional saddle-making, and Resha Sharma, who studied graphic design at Central Saint Martins in London. Since starting out in a small bedroom in south London the label have grown...
- Gitman Bros & Opening Ceremony Collaboration
- 44 months ago · culture · 0 Comments · 2580 Views
- A new project between Gitman Bros, an American shirt-maker founded back in 1978, and Opening Ceremony, the hugely popular store set-up by Humberto Leon and Carol Lim, yields four shirts and four handsome pairs of patterned shorts....
- The Tree of Life
- 44 months ago · film · 12 Comments · 5435 Views
- Summary: An impressionistic story of a Midwestern family in the 1950s, the film follows the life journey of the eldest son Jack through the innocence of childhood to the disillusionment of adult life as he tries to reconcile a complicated relationship with his Father (Brad Pitt)…...
- Cy Twombly Dies Aged 83
- 44 months ago · Art & Design · 0 Comments · 3338 Views
- American artist Cy Twombly, known for his graffiti-style large scale paintings, has died in a hospital in Rome at the ripe-old-age of 83. Born Edwin Parker Twombly Jr, the artist first rose to fame on the New York art scene during the 50s, later becoming a key figure amongst a generation...
- Video: Buck 65 - Superstars Don't Love
- 44 months ago · music · 1 Comment · 2621 Views
- Filmmaker Travis Hopkins has created the beginnings of an unofficial music video for "Superstars Don't Love" by Buck 65. Even though the one-and-a-half minute long video only covers the track's first verse, it still features over sixty fictional movie title cards inspired by the...