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Communication, Memory, And Heritage Are Central To The Work Of Iman Issa – Fine Art Photography Article

[ad_1] Communication, Memory, And Heritage Are Central To The Work Of Iman Issa Beginning as a student of political science and philosophy, the work of Issa takes multiple forms, often combining sculpture, text, photography, sound, and video. Whilst the mediums may be varied, one recurring characteristic is the cryptic, investigative nature of her works which typically encounter archaeology, ethnography, and history. In ‘Material’ (2012), Issa’s sculptural works explore the presence and function of ten historic public monuments, all known to…

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Zaina Al Hizami Biography | Destination KSA – Photobook Photography Article

[ad_1] Zaina Al Hizami Biography | Destination KSA Zaina Al Hizami is an international artist who has announced her first show in London later this year from 3-6 June 2020 at 15 Bateman Street Gallery in Soho. The exhibition, Behind Closed Doors, explores the ideas of gates, both in a physical and metaphorical sense. Zaina has trained across Europe and developed a unique style that is characterised with bright colours and highly textured with 3D elements. Her signature motifs which thread across all her…

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fenced – Monochromia – Black & White Photography Article

[ad_1] fenced – Monochromia Andre, Black And White Photography, Photography People along the coasts try to save the beaches from getting lost during storms. So, the try to break the water streams by putting wooden piles in the sand. More of my images can be seen on my own blog. Like this:Like Loading… Related January 24, 2020January 22, 2020 solaner Tagged Andre, Art, Autumn, Black And White Photography, Europe, Germany, Monochromia, Photography, Sea, solaner, waves, Winter 5 Comments [ad_2]This is only…

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“One Idea Is Not Enough”: In Conversation With Erwin Wurm – Fine Art Photography Article

[ad_1] “One Idea Is Not Enough”: In Conversation With Erwin Wurm “When I started out, I made drawings, 3D sculptures, and performative sculptures,” Wurm says of his varied oeuvre. “I didn’t want to restrict myself to one medium, so, depending on the mood, I focused on one aspect of my work more than the others. Sometimes the public was more interested in the ‘One Minute Sculptures’, other times more in the ‘Fat’ series, but it made no difference to my…

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Waves – Monochromia – Black & White Photography Article

[ad_1] Waves – Monochromia When standing on the beach and watching the waves rolling in you can every now and then find things. In the surf, you can find stones, shells, algae or other sea plants and even human waste. At the same time, the surf washes away footprints or any other mark in the sand. Heavier waves are able to form the beach and even the coastline anew. This happens usually during the winter storms. Two and a half…

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No Tears For The Creatures Of The Night Is Berger&Berger’s Atmospheric Installation – Fine Art Photography Article

[ad_1] No Tears For The Creatures Of The Night Is Berger&Berger’s Atmospheric Installation Laurent P. Berger and Cyrille Berger, respectively a visual artist and an architect, are known for their fusing of multiple art forms within their interactive works. With a consistent emphasis on balancing light and visuals, the pair’s works invite viewers to engage the senses while interacting with the spaces they create. In ‘No Tears for the Creatures of the Night’, an ostensibly straightforward maze of gray walls…

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Laura Hendricks Combines Multiple Landscapes In Her Inventive Series The Stay – Fine Art Photography Article

[ad_1] Laura Hendricks Combines Multiple Landscapes In Her Inventive Series The Stay Creating these architectural works allows Hendricks to merge multiple art mediums into single pieces; photography, graphic design, and painting. “I’m just making the visual worlds I want to see and be a part of,” she explains. “I want to see unique and creative buildings—man-made structures that borrow from the surrounding landscape’s color palettes and shapes. I want to marvel at that relationship.” The results depict otherworldly scenes mounted…

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A Portrait Of Anonymity: Salman Khoshroo Molds Emotive Faces From Smeared Paint – Fine Art Photography Article

[ad_1] A Portrait Of Anonymity: Salman Khoshroo Molds Emotive Faces From Smeared Paint In this recent series of portraits with the same title, the subject’s facial features are not defined: “Instead, the aim is to capture a human spark with minimal intervention,” Khoshroo explains to IGNANT. “These faces are the result of simply taking a chunk of paint and molding it,” he says. Painted with a single pigment, Khoshroo applies generously thick layers of paint, forming outlines of faces with…

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2019 Round-Up: Our 5 Most Read Art Stories – Fine Art Photography Article

[ad_1] 2019 Round-Up: Our 5 Most Read Art Stories Be it utilizing innovative technologies to create digital art, or creating a fortress of concrete buildings and abstract sculptures in the middle of a desert, the art we have listed here represents just a fracture of what we’ve witnessed in 2019. One artist took aluminum and fiber taken from a psychiatric facility to create five minimalist artworks, others created an installation of ocean waves that play on the viewer’s perception by…

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Mara’ina Exhibition at Ithra – The Design Souk – Photobook Photography Article

[ad_1] Mara’ina Exhibition at Ithra – The Design Souk Photographer: Sultan Bin Fahad, An archival image from the Aramco records of the King in a car inspecting oil fields in 1947. The original image was flipped to show the King sitting in the driver’s seat while a man (mirrored in the reflection of the car) inspects the oil fields. So I wasn’t really planning on writing another post before the end of the year, but I was so…

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Eat’sy – The Design Souk – Photobook Photography Article

[ad_1] Eat’sy – The Design Souk I truly admire people who can create spaces that have the ability to make you feel like you’re in a different place – it’s actually much harder to do than you think it is… So when I walked into Eat’sy, and felt like I entered a completely different world, I just knew I had to meet the visionary behind it, Chef Susy Massetti. Chef Susy is a powerhouse. She is an award-winning…

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Gift Vouchers Now Available – Fine Art Photography Article

[ad_1] Gift Vouchers Now Available Gift Voucher: £50Gift Voucher: £50 Introducing my new range of Gift Vouchers, available now! Do you know someone who would love a new print on their wall? Now you can treat them to a gift that will make their day! Or maybe you have your eye on a new piece of feature wall art for your own home, and would like some help from a friend. Vouchers are redeemable against any Fine Art Print, Canvas…

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Sigma Debuts 3 Full-Frame Mirrorless Lenses, Including Their First f/1.2 Lens – Photography Article

[ad_1] Overshadowed slightly by the release of the pocket-sized Sigma fp full-frame mirrorless camera, last night, Sigma also announced three lenses we knew were coming. The full-frame Sigma 14-24mm f/2.8, 35mm f/1.2, and 45mm f/2.8 DG DN lenses designed for the L-mount and Sony E-mount. Part of a “newly developed” selection of Art, Contemporary and Sport lenses for full-frame mirrorless cameras, the first three lenses add some compelling options to both the E and L-mounts, promising to deliver top-notch performance…

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Why Ego is Crucial for Photographers, and How it Can Get in Our Way – Photography Article

[ad_1] [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=djtL0hvOYg4] Photographer Sean Tucker‘s latest video is a departure from the gear or technique videos that typically make the rounds in the photo world. In fact, it’s not even specifically about or for photographers. It’s for all artists, and it’s about the importance of understanding (and balancing) your ego. The word “ego” has many negative connotations. It’s often used as a synonym for “arrogant” or “self-centered.” But Sean disagrees with this assertion. He posits that ego is, in…

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Time-Lapse Trends: the art of sculpture – Time.Lapse Photography Article

[ad_1] “Time-Lapse Trends” is a video blog series which draws attention to some of the many exciting trends in time-lapse production. We feature a new trend in each instalment, to demonstrate the scope of the medium and the various ways in which it is applied, ranging from the popular to the more obscure. The process of sculpture is an intricate one, requiring hours of careful implementation and patient work – an ideal subject for time-lapse capture. There can be various…

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The Future Favors Creativity. Debbie Millman Interviews Chase Jarvis on Design Matters – Photography Article

[ad_1] Today I’m sitting down with one of my favorite humans, but in a twist of fate, the tables are turned. I’m in the hot seat – being interviewed by my dear friend and design-industry legend, Debbie Millman. Debbie Millman is chair of the Masters in Branding Program at the School of Visual Arts in NYC…and she has an insane track record going back decades: she’s the author of 6 books including “How To Think Like A Great Graphic Designer,”…

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SUSIE of ARABIA: Winter at Tantora: A Magical Mystical Tour – Photobook Photography Article

[ad_1] SUSIE of ARABIA: Winter at Tantora: A Magical Mystical Tour Winter at Tantora is an incredible event like none other ever before here in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.  Amidst the stark picturesque beauty of the city of Al Ula, an official UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Winter at Tantora Festival started on December 20th and will run through February 9th.  Each weekend concert over the eight weeks features a different theme high quality entertainment spectacular followed by a…

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Love, Service, and Living Your Truth with Danielle LaPorte – Photography Article

[ad_1] Let’s face it. We all have our inner journeys and the compulsion to improve, yet how can we both be growing and improving without feeling less than or inadequate?  It’s a trap. ENTER: Danielle LaPorte – a best-selling author (White Hot Truth, The Fire Starter Sessions, and The Desire Map), poet, former think tank executive and business strategist – and she’s on the podcast today to help us, among other things, to reconcile these competing principles. As one of Oprah Winfrey’s “Super Soul…

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Happiness Through Gratitude with AJ Jacobs – Photography Article

[ad_1] AJ Jacobs is a multiple NYT bestselling author, a journalist, a lecturer as well as a warm and hilarious human soul.  He’s on this weeks podcast and is…SO GOOD. In this show we learn why AJ intentionally puts himself in the most extraordinary circumstances … like when he strove to be “the world’s healthiest man” going from Dad bod to ultimate health (Book = Drop Dead Healthy). Or when he lived according to the bible for a year, beard, goats and…

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You Are Your Habits with Julien Smith – Photography Article

[ad_1] Julien Smith is a long-time friend and familiar face on the podcast. I first brought him on in 2013 to talk about why not caring about what others think is a useful skill to have as a creator in any field (translation: he penned a LEGENDARY blog post called ‘the subtle art of not giving a f*$k’ – which went crazy viral and later inspired a best selling book by Mark Manson…). And now Julien is BAAACK…this time talking about both…

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Maximizing Creativity + Navigating the Messy Middle with Scott Belsky – Photography Article

[ad_1] Scott Belsky is an entrepreneur, author, and early investor in companies like Pinterest, Uber, and Periscope, and others. He also co-founded Behance in 2006, sold it to Adobe in 2012 and recently became Adobe’s Chief Product Officer.  But more than his list of accomplishments, Scott is a passionate advocate for creativity. He has that rare perspective of the world-class artist and entrepreneur with the ability to communicate VERY clearly about the ups, the downs of the messy middle. … And that just so happens…

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The Most Important Conversation About Life… Death with Michael Hebb – Photography Article

[ad_1] Michael Hebb is an artist, activist, restaurateur, long time friend of mine and probably the closest thing that comes to an expert on death. He is a hyphenated renegade, seemingly more comfortable swimming upstream and addressing taboo subjects than he is going with the crowd. He co-founded Portland’s unsanctioned underground food movement, was my co-conspirator for Songs for Eating and Drinking, and he recently wrote a powerful book about death that will change the way you view life. Let’s…

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Your Inner Critic Is A Big Jerk with Danielle Krysa – Photography Article

[ad_1] Danielle Krysa is the author of Your Inner Critic Is A Big Jerk, Creative Block, and Collage, all published by Chronicle Books. She is also the creator of the contemporary art blog The Jealous Curator. Danielle gave a talk at the CreativeLive studios on the Inner Critic, and shares a particular story that I think many of us can relate to. We all deal with the voice in our life that tells us what what we’re creating is not…

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Gregory Heisler on Embracing Your Own Uniqueness – Photography Article

[ad_1] You know Gregory Heisler, or at the very least, you’ve seen his work. Gregory is a prolific photographer best known for his 70 cover portraits for TIME Magazine and has graced the pages of Life, Esquire, Fortune, GQ, Sports Illustrated, ESPN, and The New York Times Magazine. We recently had the pleasure of hosting Gregory in our CreativeLive studios to present his talk on embracing one’s own uniqueness. Now, I attend a lot of keynotes, speeches, and presentations. Not…

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Blind Line Drawing for Inspiration – iPhone Photography Article

[ad_1] Blind Line Drawing for Inspiration Several years ago, I took one of the very few art classes I have taken in my life. It was with a talented artist and my friend, Arla Patch.  One exercise she had us practice as “a great basic tool to shift from left brain to right brain” is called blind line drawing.  It was the first time I had ever drawn anything that I actually liked! And the funny part is that a…

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Celebrating Summer Solstice | Nanette Faye Photography – iPhone Photography Article

[ad_1] Celebrating Summer Solstice | Nanette Faye Photography Summer Solstice art I’m a Summer sunshine girl. My housemate says its because I spend a good part of my day sitting in the dark editing images on my computer. 🙂  I think I’ve always been a Summer sunshine girl. Last night, while sitting on the front porch after dark, we decided to get up early this morning to greet the longest sunlight day of the year. Summer officially began this morning,…

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Nigel Barker: Be the Artist You Want to Work With – Photography Article

[ad_1] Nigel Barker is an internationally renowned photographer, model, entrepreneur, TV star and author. You’ve seen him as a judge and photographer for 18 seasons on America’s Next Top Model, starring alongside Naomi Campbell on The Face, and as the host of Top Photographer. His entrepreneurial pursuits include having his own furniture line with Art Van Furniture, being the Artistic Director of the menswear brand Flag & Anthem, and co-founding the NYC gym, The Dog Pound. Oh yeah, and he’s…

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Elle Luna: Your Story Is Your Power – Photography Article

[ad_1] Elle is an artist and author and just a genuinely amazing human. You’ve seen her design work on Medium, Uber, and many other recognizable brands as she came out the legendary design firm, IDEO. She was part of the 30 Days of Genius series on this podcast where we took a deep dive into finding our calling with the help of her breakthrough book, The Crossroads of Should And Must. I’ve personally found the idea of Should vs Must…

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Designing a Big Life /w Kevin Rose, Kelly Wearstler, and Tan France – Photography Article

[ad_1] This week, I feel lucky enough to bring you not one, not two, but three masters of inspiration into the hot seat. Join me in this LIVE conversation from the WeWork Creator Awards where I was joined on stage by serial entrepreneur and investor Kevin Rose, interior designer Kelly Wearstler, and star of Netflix’s ‘Queer Eye’ & fashion designer Tan France. All three of our panelists are built a life doing the things that they love, but like all…

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The Reveal | iPhone Photographer – iPhone Photography Article

[ad_1] The Reveal Posted by David Pasillas on May 4, 2017 Posted in: Nikon D7000. Tagged: art, big sur, blogging, california, coast, gold, heart, landscape, love, nature, photography, sunset. I wish I could tell you that I saw this while I was shooting in the field. I also wish I could tell you that I saw it when I got home and went through my images on my computer over 3 years ago. And I wish I could say that…

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