Video: Chef Edward Lee compares graffiti to cooking

Graffiti // Monday, September 08, 2014
In this animated online exclusive, chef Edward Lee recalls being a teenager in Brooklyn, being a lookout for a local graffiti writer and catching his first tag. Lee speaks about how your tag is your one signature mark that is never the same because of the human elements involved and how it relates to making the same recipe every night, but everyday it will be a little different. 

The Adventures of Guille and Belinda and the Enigmatic Meaning of their Dreams

Photography // Monday, September 08, 2014
In her series “The Adventures of Guille and Belinda”, photographer Alessandra Sanguinetti documented the bond between cousins Guille and Belinda since they were ten and nine-years-old in 1999. The images show the vivid imaginations that fueled the girls’ playtime in the countryside on the outskirts of Buenos Aires and their journey through adolescence together. Sanguinetti not only captured the fun, carefree playtimes that the girls enjoyed, but also the tender moments they shared in between.

Nuart 2014: The Installations

Juxtapoz // Monday, September 08, 2014
We learned a lot from this year's Nuart festival, and the many questions and conversations we had with artists and organziers alike, was that by the time the installations opened on Saturday to kick of the Nuart exhibition, it was clear that Europe has a group of street and conceptual artists making provocative and challenging works just at a time that the battle between street art and curated muralism has reached a critical mass.

Inspiring Short Film About Zaria Forman

Juxtapoz // Monday, September 08, 2014
Zaria Forman’s climate paintings are inspiring and epic and we are so glad to see this short film about her work.

In the Magazine: Cleon Peterson

Juxtapoz // Monday, September 08, 2014
Cleon Peterson is not a painting. You are probably thinking to yourself, “No shit.” But you and I both know that the type of work Cleon Peterson produces brings up many questions about self and authorship. Let’s get that point out of the way immediately because we live in a time of extreme self-exposure and explanation, and I just want to make sure you’re with me...

"Artistect" By Federico Babina

Design // Monday, September 08, 2014
A new series is always a pleasure from Italian illustrator Federico Babina. Here he has spliced 25 world-famous paintings, from artists including Picasso, Mondrian and Dalí, with buildings by the 20th century's most prolific architects.

Embroidery by David R Harper

Juxtapoz // Monday, September 08, 2014
David R. Harper embroiders of taxidermied animals and on prints of 18th century paintings. The embroidered portraits of people on animal skins plays on one of the "traiditional roles of portraiture which was to immortalize and elevate the subject through artistic representation – just as the trophy from a hunting excursion might be a bear skin rug or a rack of antlers. These images of anonymous, Victorian-era men and women imply an emotional distance that allows the artist to poke at the slippery slope where nature and culture meet."

A Video about Polaroid Film and the Impossible Project

Photography // Monday, September 08, 2014
Despite the deep and complex chemistry of analog instant film, with new meaning, it has returned to our lives. Turning light into images, if not ingenious, is then the simple joy of watching magic develop.

Martin Eder: In the Flesh

Erotica // Monday, September 08, 2014
The recent work of Martin Eder is noted to be 'large-scale gray-greenish worn-out bodies, with the complexion of the underbelly of dead fish,' as the artist says himself. 'A rainbow coloured butt presents itself as a slimy, shimmering counterdraft to media role models, and lost diet competitions and neverending castings...

Leo RubinFien's "The Reasons for WInogrand" @ Pratt Institute, Brooklyn

Photography // Sunday, September 07, 2014
The Pratt Photography Lectures inaugurates its 2014-2015 season with an evening focusing on the life and work of photographer Garry Winogrand. Curator John Szarkowski famously called Winogrand "the central photographer of his generation." The event at Pratt Institute coincides with a major retrospective, Garry Winogrand, on view at the Metropolitan Museum of Art through September 21.

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