The video was shot using an obsolete television camera and processed with a video synthesizer and a reconfigured broadcast mixer to create a realm outside of this dimension...
For those of you who don't know, we find MF Doom to be incredible, and all the art direction and album covers around him to be some of the best in music. This video fits the bill.
Join an adorable six-year-old host on a journey to discover monumental public artworks throughout San Francisco.
Thomas Campbell directs a book trailer and mini-doc for Deanna Templeton's stunning new book, "The Swimming Pool."
If this video 1-minute video of Opium bombing doesn’t give you the adrenaline shot you need to go out and write on stuff, you might need to check your pulse aka you may be dead.
Throughout her visual work, though, a singular aesthetic pervades; Sarver works in colors that are bright, images that pop from where they seem to hang in space, and layers that play with dimensional
It is quite rare to see images of Sports Photography hanging on the wall in a gallery; however, the Brooklyn Museum is changing that.
"Sight Reading: Photography and the Legible Word" is currently on view at the George Eastman House in Rochester, NY until September 18, 2016.
Yancey Richardson Gallery is pleased to present LUX: The Radiant Sea, a group exhibition that investigates the role of light as the central subject of the photographic image.
Aperture, a not-for-profit organization with a focus on photography, recently opened its exhibit "Photography is Magic" at the Aperture Gallery. The exhibit is a collection of handpicked submissions
The Michael Hoppen Gallery in conjunction with REX SHUTTERSTOCK is delighted to present "PUNK," an exhibition of vintage press prints that document the rise of punk culture in 1970s Britain.
Currently on display at the Philadelphia Museum of Art is a collection of works by Akinbode Akinbiyi, Seydou Camara, and Ananias Léki Dago.
Capitalizing on the expansive possibilities of digital techniques, French photographer Thomas Devaux's series of work "Attrition," is a "double articulation between what is borrowed and that which is
Leah Bank captures the uncertain nature of youth in her series "As We Are." Having graduated from Drexel University with a Bachelor's in Photography, this Brooklyn-based artist uses a Hasselbad camer
As a variation of a 52 week project initiated by "Bemused Magazine," Russian photographer Dina Belenko has created a colossal panoramic still life
In Tokyo-based photographer Hal's "Flesh Love" series, couples are blanketed in a plastic sheet to create a vacuum-sealed pack of love.