“Haven” by Photographer Sem Langendijk

“Haven” by Photographer Sem Langendijk

Amsterdam-based photographer Sem Langendijk explores the impacts of gentrification on marginalized communities in his recent photobook, “Haven.” Tracing his own experience growing up in the harbor area on the outskirts of a large city, Langendijk is drawn to scenes that evoke his memories of home. The images in “Haven” weave a fictional narrative, bringing together…

Spectacular Winning Images of The 2022 BirdLife Australia Photography Awards » Design You Trust

Spectacular Winning Images of The 2022 BirdLife Australia Photography Awards » Design You Trust

A shy albatross, a skydiving kestrel and a curious galah are among the shortlisted and winning photos in this year’s bird photography prize, chosen from more than 5,600 images. Funds raised by the competition support bird conservation programs. What’s Mine is Yours – Bird behaviour finalistTwo fairy terns share a sardine. Photograph: Rebecca Harrison More:…

Paris Gallerists Get Prison Time for Peddling Purloined Picassos

Paris Gallerists Get Prison Time for Peddling Purloined Picassos

Husband-and-wife gallerists Anne and Herbert Pfeffer on November 18 were sentenced to two and one years in jail, respectively, for selling stolen Picassos through their gallery Belle and Belle. The court suspended the sentences but additionally dissolved the gallery and ordered the pair to pay roughly €400,000 ($412,000) in fines and indemnities. As well, the…

Juxtapoz Magazine – The Legion Artist Pad Collection is Here

Juxtapoz Magazine – The Legion Artist Pad Collection is Here

No one is harder to shop for than an artist. Only they know what they want and that’s why your shopping list for them is often just a blank piece of paper. At Legion Paper, they think that’s a great start. The Legion Artist Pad Collection is the quintessential gift for any artist. Consisting of a set of thirteen 9″…

Eight Utah Art Spaces You Probably Didn’t Know About

Eight Utah Art Spaces You Probably Didn’t Know About

The Mountain West state of Utah is known for many things, including world-class outdoor adventures, phenomenal vistas, and the Mormon community’s cultural influence. But Utah is also home to a thriving art scene, replete with artist-run spaces, imaginative dual-purpose venues, and established galleries that support artists at every stage of their careers, attracting attention from…

Salt Extraction Sites Turn Landscapes into Vivid Tapestries in Tom Hegen’s Aerial Photos — Colossal

Salt Extraction Sites Turn Landscapes into Vivid Tapestries in Tom Hegen’s Aerial Photos — Colossal

 Photography #aerial #books #landscapes #salt #Tom Hegen November 22, 2022 Grace Ebert All images © Tom Hegen, shared with permission Since 2018, German photographer Tom Hegen (previously) has been soaring above regions from western Australia and Senegal to France and Spain as he documents the vivid landscapes of salt production. His mesmerizing aerial images peer down…

The Witcher 3 Fan Makes Spectacular Kaer Morhen Replica Out of LEGO » Design You Trust

The Witcher 3 Fan Makes Spectacular Kaer Morhen Replica Out of LEGO » Design You Trust

A creative fan of The Witcher crafts a detailed version of stronghold Kaer Morhen with LEGO, which including a few humorous additions. The creator used about 80,000 parts of the constructor, due to which the weight of the castle reached 45 kg. The estimated price of such a Caer Morhen is $8000 (about 486 thousand…

Anthony Coleman at Marvin Gardens

Anthony Coleman at Marvin Gardens

Looking at an Anthony Coleman is like hearing a familiar riff in a new song—it takes a moment to recognize the sampled source in a fresh context. In his solo exhibition here, the self-taught, Philadelphia-based artist presents ebullient reworkings of beloved pop-cultural characters across eleven drawings—made with graphite and colored pencil on paper—that were produced…

Juxtapoz Magazine – Flex, Rot, and Sp(l)it: New Paintings by Heidi Hahn

Juxtapoz Magazine – Flex, Rot, and Sp(l)it: New Paintings by Heidi Hahn

“I feel my body has been used against me. Misrepresented and emptied of input. I want it to have some other meaning, different from what the physical presents – or simply get out of the way. I do not subscribe to the expectations imposed on my body. Therefore, what can supersede the representation of the…

Your Go-To Guide to LA Museum Restaurants

Your Go-To Guide to LA Museum Restaurants

Michael Heizer’s “Levitated Mass” at LACMA reimagined as a tasty sundae (edit Valentina Di Liscia/Hyperallergic) After a couple hours of trekking through the halls of a museum, fatigue can set in, even for the most seasoned art aficionados. Los Angeles’s museums offer a wide range of culinary options for run-down aesthetes to recharge before they…