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.
New Photography, MoMA’s longstanding exhibition series of recent work in photography, returns this fall in an expanded, biannual format. On the occasion of its 30th anniversary, New Photography
Over the years, Ryan McGinley’s camera has become more a tool for invention than documentation, conjoining the corporeal, narrative aspects of photography and cinema with their more orphic qua
Laurence Miller Gallery presents RAY K. METZKER: The Poet of Light, featuring 36 black and white photographs made over five decades.
"I don´t know what I´m doing when I´m making photographs. What I do know is that it makes me feel alive to do so," says Susanne Otterberg.
Photographer Ari Marcopoulos' newest publication takes an in-depth look into the studio process of American artist and filmmaker Matthew Barney.
Esther Teichmann’s practice combines still and moving image, collage and painting to create alternate worlds, which blur autobiography and fiction.
For Jason Schmidt, shooting artists was a way to learn how to shoot photographs and after photographing well over 600, the prolific photographer knows exactly what he’s doing.
Bill Bernstein’s Disco published by Reel Art Press takes the viewer on an access-all-areas tour of late-'70s New York nightlife.
Guy Vinciguerra is a Perth-based photographer who has undertaken several long-term photographic projects including documenting the people and places encountered along the Silk Road in both China and
The devoted photographer reminisces and gives insight into how he got started shooting photos, which includes the obstacles and triumphs.
Bruce Gilden’s latest book Face published by Dewi Lewis is a departure from his usual black-and-white guerilla-style street photography but no less confrontational.
There is only a few more days to see the stunning black and white photographs by PaJaMa at Gitterman Gallery in New York.