After a flight cancellation at Philadelphia International Airport last week, I found myself with time to kill; time to explore the airport at my leisure.
Butterflies for a long time have served as a quintessential form of beautiful simplicity; however this is a beauty many of us take for granted. We spend our time staring at our mobile devices or with our head to the ground avoiding personal contact in our concrete jungles. Artist Paul Villinski revels in the sweet … Continue reading Paul Villinski – Butterflies, Soda Cans & Art
From E. L. Kirchner to Max Beckmann, artists associated with German Expressionism in the early decades of the twentieth century took up printmaking with a collective dedication and fervor virtually unparalleled in the history of art.
Wet dreams now has a new meaning as two photographers and fiveartists set their sights on exploring the liquid landscape that covers the majority of the planet we live on.
For humans water has a timeless fascination. Covering 2/3 the surface of our planet, water nourishes, cools, cleans, entertains, and inspires us. And no wonder, as is commonly known, 96% of our bodies is comprised of water, we are literally made of the stuff. In our embryonic state we develop while floating in a sort of inland sea, sporting the gills that suggest our own distant evolution from the enveloping oceans.
Somewhere between found art, Picasso, and industrial design is where Object Factory’s newest US based installation takes place.
Since the past several fashion photography exhibitions at The ICP, fashion seems to have spread…
There are two design events opening at the Javits Center in New York City, but will you get in?