Tag Archive for New York

Minimal Art in Japanese Moonlight (8 pics)

Japanese artist Takashi Kanazawa was recently part of an exhibition in New York city, hels by Seizan’s gallery with six other painters. Called Nihonga, Contemporary Art of Japan, this exhibition aimed at shedding the light on the balance between Japanese tradition and a more contemporary aesthetic, that these artist are searching for.

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Minimal Art in Japanese Moonlight (8 pics)

Crazy Cameras by Pauline Bastard (5 pics)

Winner of the Audi Talent Awards , Pauline Bastard created a completely crazy artistic project called “untitled”, realized between 2011 and 2013. The idea was to travel from Bogota to Saint Ouen, Bratislava, New York and Bruxelles, looking for old objects and detritus to create artisanal photo-cameras, each one representing the city.

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Crazy Cameras by Pauline Bastard (5 pics)

Fantastic Dance Photography by Lois Greenfield (11 pics)

With more than 40 years of experience, renowned New York photographer Lois Greenfield makes stunning and aerial dance photographs. Although she began her career as a photojournalist, the artist was quickly drawn to the aesthetic and poetic potential of moving bodies.

She has collaborated with various international clients such as Rolex and Disney, and her work has been exhibited around the world.

The series presented here is entitled «Moving Still» and was published in a book in 2015 by Thames and Hudson.

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Fantastic Dance Photography by Lois Greenfield (11 pics)

Colourful Chinatown in New York City (7 pics)

Far from the skylines and famous pictures of New York City, French photographer Ludwig Favre who often stays in the so-called Big Apple has this time been interested in a more intimate and eclectic side of the city, the Chinatown district.

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Colourful Chinatown in New York City (7 pics)

Furniture Line Inspired by Space Stations (12 pics)

Multi-disciplinary artist Harold Sangouard aka HAROW presents his furniture creations, the Orbital Sofa and Orbital Armchair. Inspired by the space stations that orbit the earth, the Orbital line uses steel, aluminum and nickel alloy paired with leather to produce visually-striking furniture pieces of iconic designs that are simultaneously nostalgic and avant-garde.

The Orbital line has been exhibited by Wexler Gallery at the Salon Art+Design in New York.

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Furniture Line Inspired by Space Stations (12 pics)

Delicate and Poetic Illustrations by Mugluck (19 pics)

Mugluck is a French illustrator based in Montreal whose drawings are full of bright colors and soft details. The artist admits to being attached to her favorite medium of gouache, and works essentially with the primary colors: blue, yellow and red, for a graceful and vivid result, full of tender poetry.

She has produced illustrations for various international publications including Slate.fr, Telerama, The Walrus and The New York Times, and companies like Air France.

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Delicate and Poetic Illustrations by Mugluck (19 pics)

Larger Than Life Fashion (10 pics)

Natan Dvir , an Israeli photographer, focuses on social, political and cultural issues, through the world. In his series “Coming Soon”, he proposes a study of giant fashion billboards and posted everywhere in New York.

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Larger Than Life Fashion (10 pics)