Brad Feuerhelm of ASX interviews Simon Baker – On Conflict, Time, and Photography.
Artist Barbara Kruger, the 2014/15 Getty Artists Program invitee, is internationally renowned for her large-scale and immersive image, text, and video installations that address provocative social, cultural, and political issues.
To accompany Tate Modern’s major survey of Damien Hirst’s work, the artist’s iconic diamond-covered skull ‘For the Love of God’ (2007) was shown in the Turbine Hall.
Joel Meyerowitz became famous as central protagonist of New Color Photography in America during the 1960s and 1970s, next to William Eggleston and Stephen Shore. His extensive retrospective at the KUNST HAUS WIEN. Museum Hundertwasser in Vienna, Austria presents the photographer and the major, multi-faceted oeuvre he created over the course of 50 years.
Brad Feuerhelm talks to the controversial author about art, serial killers, social media and the book GONE published by Infinity Land Press. Dennis Cooper is an American writer, artist, and critic living in Paris. His writing often features dark sexual imagery and critical prose investigations on the topics of murder, death, and the inadequacy of […]
A trailer for “The Study on Post Pubescent Manhood” by Stacy Kranitz. I met Jerimy at a dystopian compound in Ohio and invited myself to his home in Tennessee. Over the course of several years we have built a relationship that forms the narrative of this feature length film. It reveals myself as a filmmaker […]
Video by Jim Goldberg and Brandon Tauszik Produced by Sprinkle Lab Courtesy of the artist and Pace/MacGill Gallery, New York Eric William Carroll: Chicken (Inspired by Jim Goldberg) “Choose a person, preferably a stranger, to make a portrait of. After securing their permission, begin photographing them. Ask them to try a few poses, move the […]
The photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto has visited to the Museum four times in the past four decades to shoot his “Dioramas” series, which focuses on habitat displays to explore the distinction between the real and the fictive. What initially surprised Sugimoto about the series was that his photos looked utterly real–as if he were photographing on […]