• The Cemetery of Reason, Ed Templeton
  • Posted 46 months ago by Jonnie Craig · Art & Design · 4542 Views
  • If you missed Ed Templeton's latest exhibition, The Cemetery of Reason at S.M.A.K. in Ghent, Belgium, you have a second chance to see the vast retrospective at the Mucsarnok Kunsthalle in Budapest. The show will run from January 22nd until March 20th.

    www.mucsarnok.hu

  • Art and Text
  • 45 months ago · Art & Design · 2 Comments · 19673 Views
  • Art and Text, as the name might suggest, takes an in-depth look at the use of text in modern and contemporary fine art - "one of the most defining developments in visual art of the twentieth century" - and examines the way in which text has introduced a new mode of thought to artistic...
  • Vivian Maier
  • 46 months ago · Art & Design · 10 Comments · 11082 Views
  • Previously unknown Vivian Maier is a street photographer who is a street photographer who is causing waves in the photographic world after the discovery of her vast archive containing 100,000 negatives. During the late 1950s, Maier began shooting photographs in and around New York...
  • Jason Nocito & Ara Dymond
  • 46 months ago · Art & Design · 0 Comments · 2290 Views
  • If you are at a loose end in New York tonight, head over to the Taxter and Spengemann Gallery from 6pm to take a look at their latest exhibition; a collaborative photo show between Jason Nocito and Ara Dymond. Click the title for more info.
  • Jason Nocito
  • 46 months ago · Art & Design · 8 Comments · 12892 Views
  • Jason Nocito is a photographer living and working from New York. Since the release of his recent book Loads - one fifth of a curatorial collaboration between Tim Barber and Aperture Books - his presence in the art world has shot to new heights. Jason is in the midst of preparing...
  • Taschen Basquiat Book
  • 46 months ago · Art & Design · 0 Comments · 3527 Views
  • Having previously published "Jean-Michel Basquiat" with Taschen, author Leonhard Emmerling has followed up with a new book titled "Basquiat", which takes a look at the infamous artist's short but prolific career.