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Art in the Attention Economy

Art in the Attention Economy

LOS ANGELES — There’s a disquieting moment in the middle of Objects of Desire: Photography and the Language of Advertising at LACMA. A series of black and white fashion photos feature supermodels with their supposed names: Dragica Končar, Ljubica Gerovac, Nera Šafarić. Look closer at the fine print, usually reserved for the disclaimers and details...

Open Calls, Residencies, and Grants for Artists — Colossal

Open Calls, Residencies, and Grants for Artists — Colossal

 Opportunities December 1, 2022 Colossal Image © Rebecca Louise Law Every month, Colossal shares a selection of opportunities for artists and designers, including open calls, grants, fellowships, and residencies. If you’d like to list an opportunity here, please get in touch at [email protected]. You can also join our monthly Opportunities Newsletter. World of WearableArt 2023...

John Fekner – Detective Show – Bio Editions Book Release – StreetArtNews

John Fekner – Detective Show – Bio Editions Book Release – StreetArtNews

The latest release from UK publishing house Bio Editions is a photography book from John Fekner, entitled ‘Detective Show’. Featuring a foreword by legendary art critic, Carlo McCormick, the title explores the formative steps of street-art-as-installation, transporting readers back to 1970s Queens, New York, and shining a light on an era of authentic, artistic freedom....

Industrial Materials Reconstruct Local History on a Monumental Scale in Public Sculptures by David Mach — Colossal

Industrial Materials Reconstruct Local History on a Monumental Scale in Public Sculptures by David Mach — Colossal

 Art Design History #bricks #David Mach #industrial #multiples #public art #sculpture November 30, 2022 Kate Mothes “Brick Train” (1997) in Darlington. All images © David Mach Known for sculptures and assemblages that utilize everyday objects like bricks, coat hangers, and matches, Scottish artist David Mach has embarked on numerous large-scale, public projects that draw...

Your Concise New York Art Guide for December 2022

Your Concise New York Art Guide for December 2022

The holiday season is a time of relaxation and retrospect. No matter your tradition, we at Hyperallergic hope you get some time to recharge and value what matters most. If you’re looking for something to see, New York is still thriving with activities at museums and galleries across the boroughs. Our highlights for December include...

Vital Impacts Launches a Winter Print Sale with Photos from Jane Goodall, David Doublet, and Beth Moon to Raise Money for Conservation — Colossal

Vital Impacts Launches a Winter Print Sale with Photos from Jane Goodall, David Doublet, and Beth Moon to Raise Money for Conservation — Colossal

 Photography #animals #climate crisis #conservation #nature November 29, 2022 Grace Ebert Konsta Punkka, “Intensity.” All images © the artists, courtesy of Vital Impacts, shared with permission Within its first year, the woman-led nonprofit Vital Impacts raised $1,500,000 for conservation and humanitarian efforts through print sales from dozens of lauded photographers. The organization, which is led by Ami...

Colossal’s Favorite Art Books of 2022 — Colossal

Colossal’s Favorite Art Books of 2022 — Colossal

 Art Craft Photography #books November 28, 2022 Colossal As we near the end of 2022, we’re taking a look back at the year, starting with the books we found most compelling, impressive, and inspirational. We’ve published dozens of articles on artist monographs and compendiums of broader topics across art and design and science and history...