Julia Petrova, via booooooom.
Adam Phillips in the Paris Review via Austin Kleon (emphasis his). “[I]f you live in a culture which is fascinated by the myth of the artist, and the idea that the vocational artistic life is one of the best lives available, then there’s always going to be a temptation for people who are suffering to believe thatContinue reading “FOUR HUNDRED AND TWENTY EIGHT”
I love these clever illustrations by Gudim Anton (via Instagram).
From Stuart Holland via booooooom.
This is such a beautiful, artistically nourishing talk by Zach Lieberman at the 2017 AIGA Conference in Minneapolis.
Ugo Rondinone, the sun at 4pm via Gladstone Gallery and stilphase on Instagram.
A nice piece on Germany’s Center for Political Beauty and “Aggressive Humanism,“ by David Kretz. The Center has risen to new national prominence during the recent refugee crisis. In May 2014 the German Ministry for Family Affairs, headed by center-left secretary Manuela Schwesig, announced on a new website that it would offer asylum to fifty-five thousand SyrianContinue reading “FOUR HUNDRED AND FIFTEEN”
Everyone declined to comment, Austin Kleon.
From a set of data visualizations by W.E.B. Du Bois for the Paris World’s Fair.
From Todd McLellan‘s Things Come Apart (via fubiz — but I like the organized ones best). ).
Two cartoons from this LARB interview with Grant Snider.
Ákos Major (from Prospect) via This Is Paper. I feel like I can spend hours getting lost in every one of his photographs.
Alexander Mourant (from Aurelian) via Aint-Bad.
Ryan Gander’s solo exhibition (These wings aren’t for flying) is stunning. I was really taken by this installation (Ftt, Ft, Ftt, Ftt, Ffttt, Ftt, or somewhere between a modern representation of how a contemporary gesture came into being, an illustration of the physicality of an argument, 2010). In searching for it online afterwards, I noticedContinue reading “THREE HUNDRED AND NINETY”
Kim Dorland, Border at Papier Montreal.