- Tim Barber, "Burning Bridges"
- Posted 49 months ago by staff · Art & Design · 11415 Views
In collaboration with Nike Sportswear, New York photographer Tim Barber has opened his latest show, "Burning Bridges" - an exhibition of black and white photographs featuring 'NYC BridgeRunners'. ?The NYC Bridge Runners are a like-minded group of runners, and were a perfect fit to represent this collection" said Barber when speaking to W Magazine. The group, which is predominantly made up of young creatives, come together twice weekly to run the Brooklyn, Manhattan and Williamsburg Bridges.
?I decided to shoot it all black and white to accentuate that gritty energy of the streets of New York? I was shooting real runners in their natural environments so I wanted the images to reflect and translate that realness? It was a really exciting challenge, working with a group out in the elements. I grew up skateboarding, and I wanted to approach photographing the runners the same way I would approach photographing skaters. I've always loved the relationship skateboarding has with the city environment, and I wanted to show that same relationship with the runners.?
The exhibition will be open to the public through December at Nike STADIUM, 276 Bowery, New York, NY 10012.
- Larry Clark "Kiss The Past Hello"
- 49 months ago · Art & Design · 5 Comments · 8766 Views
- On 8 October, 2010, Larry Clark opened his show "Kiss The Past Hello" at Paris' Musée d'Art Moderne but, since the mayor declared the show unsuitable for children, under-18s have been banned from viewing the retrospective. Click the title for images.
- Inventory Edits
- 49 months ago · Art & Design · 0 Comments · 1968 Views
- Inventory Edits is an annual large format newspaper publication from the Inventory initiative which showcases the images that didn't make the magazine's final cut, providing us with a closer look at the people who were featured in the first two issues.
- Damien Hirst Sketches Up For Auction
- 49 months ago · Art & Design · 0 Comments · 3992 Views
- On 21 October, 2010, Bloomsbury Auctions' Urban Contemporary sale in London will be offering people the chance to buy original doodles from the world-famous artist Damien Hirst. The move takes place after a drawing Hirst did as a tip for a taxi driver reached an unexpected ?12,000...