Japanese Textiles Patched, Used, and Treasured for Generations

Boro textiles are early examples of sustainability in fashion because of their innovative approach to recycling, and they embody the fundamental principles of wabi-sabi, the Japanese aesthetic that centers on the imperfection of objects. Silvia BenedettiApril 29, 2020 During the 19th century, in response to extreme cold weather, peasants in the Tohuku region of northeast… More Japanese Textiles Patched, Used, and Treasured for Generations

NEWS #FreeOurMamas: Art Sale Benefits Bail Funds for Black Mothers

Formerly incarcerated women and artists across the US are collaborating on prints and other works to help free jailed moms and caregivers by Mother’s Day. Valentina Di LisciaApril 29, 2020 The coronavirus has disproportionately ravaged African American, Latinx, and Native American communities, revealing the inequalities in wealth, access to healthcare, and quality of life that have… More NEWS #FreeOurMamas: Art Sale Benefits Bail Funds for Black Mothers

Spreadsheet Highlights Major Income Disparities at Cultural Institutions

According to a document by the group Indebted Cultural Workers, MoMA director Glenn Lowry takes home about 48 times the salary of an education assistant at the museum. BisharaApril 29, 2020 With an annual salary of about $1.5 million (and about $720,000 in partial benefits), the Metropolitan Opera’s general manager Peter Gelb earns more than… More Spreadsheet Highlights Major Income Disparities at Cultural Institutions

“I Think We All Want to Know What the New Normal Looks Like…” Director and DP Rachel Morrison on Pausing Her Feature Directorial Debut

by Daniel Eaganin Filmmakingon Apr 29, 2020 Over the past three years, cinematographer Rachel Morrison shot three features — Mudbound, Black Panther, and Seberg — along with commercials and shorts. She also directed the pilot and second episode of Hightown, a television series set in Cape Cod that premieres May 17 on Starz. This year Morrison started directing her first feature, Flint Strong, a biopic about… More “I Think We All Want to Know What the New Normal Looks Like…” Director and DP Rachel Morrison on Pausing Her Feature Directorial Debut

“I’m Going For, ‘Capture It Now, Use It Later’”: DP Danna Kinsky on Shooting Drone Stock Footage in a Pandemic

by Daniel Eaganin Cinematographers, Cinematography, Filmmaking, Interviewson Apr 29, 2020 ased in Los Angeles, Danna Kinsky has worked in a wide range of genres and formats, from independent features and documentaries to music videos, concerts, commercials and aerial cinematography. She is affiliated with several groups: The International Female Collective of Cinematographers (ICFC), The American Society of Cinematographers’ Motion Imagine Technology… More “I’m Going For, ‘Capture It Now, Use It Later’”: DP Danna Kinsky on Shooting Drone Stock Footage in a Pandemic

Reflections from Quarantine: Six Cinematographers on Their Lives During Lockdown

Over the last several weeks, since the middle of March, Daniel Eagan reached out to a number of cinematographers all over the world to check in on their personal responses to the novel coronavirus pandemic and the resulting quarantine. From Los Angeles to Hong Kong, Copenhagen to a Poland lakeside, they respond with reactions encompassing… More Reflections from Quarantine: Six Cinematographers on Their Lives During Lockdown

TWENTY-EIGHT ARTISTS RECEIVE CHICAGO ARTISTS COALITION GRANTS

April 29, 2020 at 2:30pm Yesenia BelloIreashia BennettPeregrine BermasLadipo FamoduCarlos FloresLional FreemanStephanie GrahamJuarez HawkinsMalika JacksonDominique JamesA.J. McClenonJuan Molina HernándezAllen MooreGabriel MorenoEliza MyrieZachary NicolJose Santiago PerezAida RamirezDavid RichardsRoderick SawyerJennifer SenecalMonica TrinidadVicente UgartecheaMarvin Young MAKER Selva AparicioSilvia González Coney Family Fund Award Brittney Leeanne Williams

JUTTA KOETHER’S PAINTINGS ARE CLEVER AND ACHINGLY COOL—BUT CAN THEY DO MORE?

By Jackson Arn April 29, 2020 2:30pm The paintings in Jutta Koether’s recent exhibition at Lévy Gorvy were cooler than you, quicker than you, smarter than you, better read than you, and not afraid to let you know. They moved between enough winking homages to keep professors busy for years: Fauvism, graffiti, Dürer, Ernst, Poussin, Stettheimer, Hartley.… More JUTTA KOETHER’S PAINTINGS ARE CLEVER AND ACHINGLY COOL—BUT CAN THEY DO MORE?

home artnews artists Hieronymus Bosch: A Mysterious Master’s Early Life and Major Works

BY CLAIRE SELVIN April 29, 2020 2:57pm The life and work of the Netherlandish artist Hieronymus Bosch, to whom 20 paintings have been definitively attributed, have long captivated audiences around the world. Considered one of the greatest artists of the Northern Renaissance, Bosch is known for creating restlessly imaginative works rich in religious symbolism, allegory, and fantastical… More home artnews artists Hieronymus Bosch: A Mysterious Master’s Early Life and Major Works

The Essence of Being

30 Years of Women, curated by gallery founder Jane Jackson and current owner Anna Walker Skillman, draws from Jackson Fine Art’s 30-year history of showing the most distinguished voices in 20th and 21st century photography. Whilst the gallery is closed, Gallery Director, Walker Skillman discusses the curation by the show and the intimacy between photographer and gallerist. A: The exhibition draws from a… More The Essence of Being

Magazine Shop Awards Directory Advertise About Art Prizes to Enter: Spring 2020

Art offers new ways of understanding the world. Now is the time to innovate and create. Aesthetica selects five prizes currently open for entries. The list includes awards for students, digital artists and practitioners from across the globe. Aesthetica Art Prize Aesthetica is looking for artists redefining the parameters of contemporary art. The Prize is open to multiple… More Magazine Shop Awards Directory Advertise About Art Prizes to Enter: Spring 2020

«Changes Now Bowie», el cantante y el superhombre

Los seguidores del Duque Blanco están de enhorabuena: se rescata el vídeo inédito de «Repetition» y en junio verá la luz un disco con nueve de sus canciones hasta ahora no publicadas en este formato Álvaro Alonso Actualizado:30/04/2020 01:00h El legado de David Bowie sigue siendo disfrutado y estudiado a partes iguales cuando ya han pasado cuatro años… More «Changes Now Bowie», el cantante y el superhombre