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Flash Back: Giuseppe Licari's "Roots From Above"
A spacious gallery can make for the most dramatic installation. Rotterdam-based artist Giuseppe Licari created this fantastic installation, Humus 2012, at Tent Rotterdam, which features tree roots hanging from the ceiling. Licari invites the public to participate, share, experience and interact, creating a collective memory, making it the central point of his work.November 04, 2015
Andrew Moore's "Dirt Meridian"
On September 29th, Italian book publisher Damiani will release a new book featuring the work of Andrew Moore entitled Dirt Meridian. Photographer Andrew Moore brings this land to life in Dirt Meridian, interlacing its storied past to a vital but uncertain future. Having worked this line since 2005, Moore combines aerial and traditional large-format photography to depict the restrained, almost elusive, terrain, and the stories of families defiantly connected to the challenging landscape along the area west of the 100th Meridian in North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Colorado, Texas and New Mexico.September 22, 2015
Ella and Pitr's Street Art in Paris
French art duo, Ella and Pitr, together les Papiers Peintres, offer their illustrations to the streets of Paris. Their street art cuts across walls, but often bleeds out onto nearby horizontal spaces. They also create oversized paintings on large swaths of the ground, art best viewed from above. You can find more of their art on their tumblr, as well as on the adorable videos they create.August 20, 2015
Analogue by Zoe Leonard
Analogue is a landmark project comprising 412 photographs conceived over the course of a decade. Photographer Zoe Leonard documents the eclipsed texture of 20th century urban life as seen in vanishing mom-and-pop stores and the simultaneous emergence of the global rag trade. The artist took her own neighborhood, Manhattan’s Lower East Side, as a point of departure in the late 1990s.July 16, 2015
Zack Seckler’s Aerial Abstracts of Botswana Wildlife
Going beyond the typical wildlife photography we’ve all come to expect, American photographer Zack Seckler traveled to the Kalahari Basin in Botswana to create stunning aerial shots of the indigenous wildlife. Traveling in a lightweight plane at low levels, about 500 feet off the ground, Seckler captured the African landscape in an untraditional, abstract photographic style.April 13, 2015
Bettina Rheims "Just Like a Woman"
Renowned photographer Bettina Rheims had her first exhibition in 1981, featuring strip-tease artists and acrobats. She discovered her love of photography after working as a model, and later as a journalist and art dealer. For her series 'Just Like a Woman,' "Rheims shoots her models from above for the first time, placing them in a closer and more intimate relationship to herself. She captures the women waking up in the morning, still half-asleep in the throes of a beautiful agony between pleasure and suffering… What they feel in this fleeting moment can only be read in their eyes."January 05, 2015
Vienna Feature: Lisbeth Zwerger
Lizbeth Zwerger is an Austrian illustrator of children's books whose depictions of classic children's stories retain a gorgeously Viennese feel, deferring to the delicate linework and the richly gold-infused color palettes that have filtered down from Vienna's greats such as Gustav Klimt. It's amazingly refreshing to see the characters and scenes from our favorite fairytales re-imagined through the eyes of other artists, especially those who grew up on an entirely different diet of art history influences...September 04, 2014
Alex S. Maclean's aerial photographs
While most photographers take to the streets to find their subjects, Alex S. Maclean heads for the sky. Using a Cessna 182 carbon fiber airplane, Maclean, a licensed pilot, explores the world from above documenting the varying landscapes, architecture and creatures below.May 28, 2014
D.A.ST. Arteam's "Desert Breath" Land Art Project
Desert Breath is a Land Art project created by D.A.ST. Arteam consisting of Danae Stratou (installation artist), Alexandra Stratou (industrial designer & architect), Stella Konstantinidis (architect), for the purpose of creating this project. "In our mind’s eye the desert was a place where one experiences infinity...April 03, 2014