Surreal Black And White Autoportraits
Brasilian photographer Luciana Urtiga does black and white selfportraits by associating surrealistic symbols such as split personality, substitution, extension
picture of the silent protest organized by Occupy Boise, part of the Occupy Wall Street gatherings. Today they are taping $1 over their mouths to symbolize how the 1% have silenced the other 99% in the USA. They also say the $1 is one dollar more than the Bank of America has paid in taxes
The World's Best Ever:design, fashion, art, music, photography, lifestyle, kate moss, muses
The worlds best design, art, architecture, photography, fashion, kate moss, music, community and culture. Information on travel, models, muses, artist, gadgets, cellphones, and lifestyle,video,picture,pictures,pict
Holocaust Memorials Around The World
This year’s UK Holocaust Memorial Day is also the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp. We take a look at a selection of Holocaust memorials from arou
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Barbara Kruger, Untitled (Your Body is a Battleground), 1989. “Barbara Kruger was born in Newark, New Jersey, in 1945. After attending Syracuse University, the School of Visual Arts, and studying art...
‘Behold the Buffoon’: Dada, Nietzsche’s Ecce Homo and the Sublime – Tate Papers | Tate
The connections between buffoonery, the Hanswurst tradition in Germany, Nietzsche’s Ecce Homo, and the anti-sublime in Dada explored
Amazing Street Art - Mr Pilgrim Graffiti Art / Urban Art
Collection of amazing street art, graffiti art & urban art on Mr Pilgrim online. See more including original street art for sale from UK artist.
Peter Kennard - hypocritedesign
As a young artist he was a painter, much influenced by the “intense and merciless” etchings of Goya. Dissatisfied with painting’s lack of immediacy, he took up photomontage for its ability to show the “unrevealed truth” behind the image. His two major subjects quickly emerged: armaments and poverty. This was the early eighties with 3 Continue Reading
Activists protesting against oil spills, oil drilling and climate change can make a bold statement by using their bodies as a canvas, covered in fake oil, to remind people just how dirty crude oil really is. These were protests against Cairn Energy drilling in the Gulf of Valencia, BP funding of Tate Museum, and Canadian tar sands oil in Europe.
Shepard Fairey on Capitalism, Freedom, Selling Out, and What Makes Great Art
“I believe in capitalism with some checks to chill out the evil greedy element. Capitalism is a way for hard work to yield rewards.”