This short documentary follows Edouard Martinet's patient and extraordinary process as he creates sculptures that are utterly beautiful, distinctly creepy and somehow completely true to nature.
Encyclopedia Pictura's amazing new short film about a "mountain man (that) seeks enlightenment through extreme yoga but gets more than he bargained for."
Thursday, May 19th saw the launch of a project that will enrich both Berlin’s diverse cultural landscape and the international art scene: the start of building work on the world’s first street ar
In this 1974 video, legendary movie director, screenwriter, animator, and Monty Python member, Terry Gilliam shows us how to create stop-motion animations.
Los Angeles-based rock ‘n roll band Tiger Army recently released their much-anticipated album, V •••–
Michael Salerno’s book “Childhood,” released in 2015, is a raw, bona-fide representation of childhood.
In part of the ongoing Pratt Photography Lectures series, photographer Jeff Whetstone and Assistant Professor Anna Shteynshleyger.will be having a conversation open free to the public on February 24,
Japanese-born Tomoya Fuji began shooting after graduating from Osaka University of Arts, shortly after which he moved to Amsterdam to further his photographical skill set.
Kind of destroyed and a little restricted-- Those are the words that come to mind when looking at Arseni Khamzin’s series of 35mm photographs called “JMZ.”
Jennifer McClure’s photo series “Laws of Silence” takes us through her own struggle to find her existential role in the 21st century — a struggle many of us grapple with.
Last year, Alex Nicholson visited northern Vietnam, spending time photographing in Hanoi as well as the north-east region of the country near the Chinese border. The resulting photogra
When looking at the accumulated work of Jo Metson Scott, it’s not hard to tell that she stills believes in the beauty of mankind.
The first book in the series End Or: Absolutely Empty is a muse book devoted to his wife, Megan.
Nádia Maria is a Brazilian photographer based in Bauru, São Paulo, who started to photograph as a child by taking photographs of her dolls.
Katherine Squier’s portfolio takes a confessional route — journalistic in style yet professional in composition.
In her series “Lost Boys”, Liz Calvi photographs boys of Generation Y.
The enigma of Susu Laroche’s images is almost as mysterious as the woman behind the lens.