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// Mary Ellen Mark, "Laurie Anderson with Lou Reed and their Dog," Manhattan, New York 2001
Richard Billingham: "Ray's a Laugh" (2000)
By Doug Rickard, ASX, July 2010 A long time ago, far, far away, in a rainy king-and-queen-filled land, in a colorful little-knick-knack, jigsaw-puzzle, cat-hair-filled, grease-streaked, filthy tiny fishbowl, baby Richie was born. Little Richie came into this lovely rainy little world born to prou
Phillips is synonymous with contemporary culture. As the most forward-looking of the international auction houses, we have set ourselves apart through our focus on the defining aesthetic movements of the 20th century as well as today's most cutting-edge art. Headquartered in New York and London, with offices throughout the world, Phillips conducts sales in a select number of categories: Contemporary Art, Photographs, Editions, Design and Jewelry. Additionally, our core art business includes…
Intriguing Family Portraits Feature Treasured Objects
Grandma Ilva, Mario's wife Generally when a person hears the phrase 'family portrait,' images of happy, smiling faces come to mind. However, when
Hungry Planet pictures what we eat around the world
Whenever I shop for groceries, I'm reminded of our collective obsession with processed and packaged foods. As someone who makes an reasonable effort to make decisions that are good for both my health and that of the planet, my shopping cart is largely filled with whole foods. I'm certainly no saint — tubs of yoghurt, cans of legumes, ...
Weekly Food Consumption Around the World by Peter Menzel
In order to better understand the human diet, photographer Peter Menzel and author-journalist Faith D'Alusio, decided to explore what culturally diverse families eat every week. This inspiring idea turned into an eye opening book, which contains a comparative photo-chronicle of their visits to 30 families in 24 countries for 600 meals. The book is called Hungry Planet: What the World Eats
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