September 20, 2021

Paula Burleigh on Lynn Hershman Leeson

A WOMAN NAMED ROBERTA BREITMORE steps off a Greyhound bus and checks into San Francisco’s Dante Hotel. The year is 1973. Single with no friends in the city, Roberta nervously contemplates her next

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Provincials on the terrace

In this complex and ambiguous picture, I conveyed the states of play and contradictions. People hidden behind masks seem to be deprived of their own individuality and begin to live with the essence that the image of the mask imposes on them. The picture is devoid of materiality, and the images are overflowing with transcendental

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Sophie Barber

All is full of love, as Björk once sang (on a track she once likened to “birds coming out after a thunderstorm”). At Alison Jacques, Sophie Barber has populated the gallery with lovebirds, both literal

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Composition (triptych)

Elements of sacred arab geometry are used. 3 cotton stretched canvas, each size is 38*55cm, total size is 114*55cm, 2018. Oil painting. The artwork is accompanied with a certificate of authenticity. The canvas is stretched on a wooden frame. Framing is not required. The work is covered with a protective varnish layer.

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Finally Stabilized After a Catastrophic Fire, Notre Dame Cathedral Is Ready to Be Rebuilt—Maybe in Time for the 2024 Summer Olympics

After more than two years of cleaning and stabilization work, France’s Notre Dame Cathedral is now ready to be rebuilt.  The news was confirmed this weekend by Rebâtir Notre-Dame de Paris, the task force charged with restoring the 850-year-old Gothic structure, in a statement on Facebook. The group says it’s on track to finish the

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Amazing Black and White Winning Images of The WildArt POTY Monochrome Competition

Here are the winners and highly commended photographs from WildArt POTY MONOCHROME Competition 2021. WildArt Photographer of the Year is a new wildlife photography competition with a difference. Designed by wildlife photographers, for wildlife photographers and judged solely by wildlife photographers, it features 10 themed category contests run over the first 10 months of 2021.

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A Virtual Installation Immerses Viewers in a Reactive Environment of Shape-Shifting Architecture

“Medusa.” All images courtesy of London Design Festival, shared with permission A landmark collaboration between Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto (previously) and Tin Drum, a production studio and technology developer, brings an undulating, reactive installation to the 2021 London Design Festival, but the immersive artwork is only viewable through a headset. Falling at the intersection of

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Winning Photos Of TDM Street Photography Awards 2021

First Place: Paul Kessel, United States of America Here are the winners and finalists of The Decisive Moments Magazine (TDM) Awards 2021. The competition was judged by Vineet Vohra and F. Dilek Uyar. The winning images will get global exposure and $3500 cash prize. There are many unseen stories in the streets that are revealed

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