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Some of the most memorable images in the history of photography have come about through the creative tension between art and commerce - creating images that have been able to transcend the time in which they were made, and enabling them to represent that time in perpetuity.
Many of the artists featured in this edition are the hidden names behind the some of the world's biggest and most prestigious brands, like Bruce Weber the photographer who defines the semi erotic brand imagery behind Abercrombie & Fitch and Calvin Klein, or a name less well known Solve Sundsbo who crafts the provocative brand imagery for Tom Ford. London based but Argentinian Mario Testino is almost as famous as the subjects he shoots. Forever remembered for his Tom Ford era Gucci campaigns with styling by none other than Corinne Roitfeld, and who could forget the "rock with royalty" campaign Testino launched to launch the new Burberry image to stellar heights around the world.
Featuring the greats;
Mert and Marcus
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From a fur-trapping fort to a thriving metropolitan community, change has always been a part of Ogden�s history. Settled in 1850 by Mormon pioneers, Ogden was forever transformed by the arrival of the transcontinental railroad in 1869. As horse-drawn carriages gave way to motor cars, a busy downtown district grew up around Ogden�s Union Station and notorious Twenty-fifth Street. Landmark businesses, such as J.G. Read & Brothers Company and the Broom Hotel, became a part of the city�s unique identity. Also unique to the city were its celebrations and special events, like parades, musicals, and sporting competitions. While change has always come to Ogden, the memories remain.
New Magnitude: 8vo 8"-9" tall; Another fine contribution to the series published by the Whitechapel Gallery, Documents of Contemporary Art. Sterling condition softcover sample, with unfurled tips, tight binding, and clean internals, showing neither shelf-nor edge-wear. Brand-new, still in cower-wrap, neither shelf-nor edge-worn, neither sunned nor marked as a remainder. Glossy, illustrated gate-down wrappers. Volume contains scholarly apparatus in the form of, e.g, notes, index, and bibliography. From the publisher's notes, "The chance location or random event-whether as a strategy or as a subject of investigation-has been central to many artists practices across a multiplicity of forms, including expressionism, automatism, the skilful-made, collage, surrealist and conceptual photography, fluxus event scores, film, audio and video, performance, and participatory artworks. But why-a century after Dada and Surrealism s blue ribbon systematic enquiries-does chance remain a key strategy in artists investigations into the contemporary world? The writings in this anthology examine the gap between purpose and outcome, showing it to be crucial to the meaning of chance in art. The book provides a new critical context for chance procedures in art since 1900 and aims to meet such questions as why artists deliberately set up such a gap in their practice; what new possibilities this suggests; and why the viewer finds the art so engaging. Artists surveyed include Vito Acconci, Bas Jan Ader, Francis Alys, William Anastasi, John Baldessari, Walead Beshty, See Boyle, George Brecht, Marcel Broodthaers, John Cage, Sophie Calle, Tacita Dean, Stan Douglas, Marcel Duchamp, Brian Eno, Fischli Weiss, Ceal Floyer, Huang Yong Ping, Douglas Huebler, Allan Kaprow, Alison Knowles, Jiri Kovanda, Jorge Macchi, Christian Marclay, Cildo Meireles, Robert Morris, Bruce Nauman, Yoko Ono, Gabriel Orozco, Cornelia Parker, Robert Rauschenberg, Gerhard Richter, Daniel Spoerri, Wolfgang Tillmans, Keith Tyson,...
The Madison Drilling Foundation (MEF) has awarded 38 new educational enrichment grants totaling approximately $90,000 for their Fall 2016 and Winter 2017 admit cycles. Madison High School will use an MEF grant to purchase two pottery wheels and the materials needed to build two proper exertion stations. The work stations will be built by woodshop/home tech students, and plans are set to gear ceramics projects to rare regions of the world in conjunction with the World Language Department. Additional MEF grants will transform teaching and learning for students in the increasingly predominating TV & video production and photography classes. New MacPro computers and MacBook Air laptops will enrich video and photography curriculums and help students succeed in professional level editing of their projects. Additional grants will help build a language arts digital audiobook store in the MJS library, support an immersion into Latin American culture that culminates with a field trip to the Hispanic Flamenco Ballet, and blend a high-tech and... CENTER GROVE SCHOOL. Center Grove third grade parents were invited to see all of the projects created by Center Grove students in a remarkable Lenape Museum showcasing their study of the Lenape Indians. Students created everything from model wigwams to dreamcatchers to representation bows and arrows. Students in grades Kindergarten through second grade also visited the museum, which was located in the third echelon classrooms. On May 3, students at Jefferson Township High School cleaned up the middle and high school campuses. The Environmental Organization sponsored the event and were joined by the track, softball, and girl’s lacrosse team along with other students and faculty to total over 100 volunteers. By holding the cleanup the order became eligible to receive a grant of $500 from the Morris County Municipal Utilities Authority through their “Slam Dunk the Scrap” program. The money is to be used to buy recycling containers for the high school. The Roxbury Township Public Schools was recently added to Google for Course of study’s Reference Districts. Google for Education Reference Districts are districts that demonstrate excellence and thought leadership through the innovative use of technology, including G Convoy for Education (formerly known as Google Apps for Education) and Chromebooks, to... The district received a badge from Google to be recognized by peers as a conductor in educational transformation. On April 27, the second and third grade students at Tulsa Trail Elementary School raised more than $1,500 from people and friends for Autism New Jersey. The students walked 2 miles - eight laps around the high school track - to fulfill their end of the bestowal pledge. This was the second annual walk-a-thon held to raise more for Autism New Jersey. Research has consistently shown that children in today's everybody are under unprecedented levels of stress, but that practicing mindfulness can help reduce stress, and/or manage how we react to stressors. Each morning, students begin their day with a pre-recorded objective for the day from "musical yogini" Kira Willey, in which students are asked to "Think about how you would like the rest of your day to go. Throughout the week, students are... Bucolic Breathing (guided breathing exercises, teaching breathing techniques to use during times of emphasis, anger, frustration, etc. ROXBURY HIGH SCHOOL. The visual arts department is currently doing a residency with New York artist Lala Abaddon, which will culminate in a Anniversary of the Arts on May 17 from 6 to 8 p. m. at Roxbury High School. At the festival all of the works the students made with Lala will be on display alongside a stout scale installation. The festival will also have displays of artwork from all high school art students, artwork from elementary schools, performances by the Eisenhower Midst School and the high school Broadway Musical. Source: www.dailyrecord.com
MADISON. The Madison Schooling Foundation (MEF) has awarded 38 new educational enrichment grants totaling approximately $90,000 for their Fall 2016 and Winter 2017 concede cycles. Madison High School will use an MEF grant to purchase two pottery
Artists' Gallery Sunriver: Featuring the works of 30 townsman artists; 57100 Beaver Drive, Building 19, Sunriver; artistsgallerysunriver.com or 541-593-4382. The Art of Alfred Dolezal: Featuring oil paintings by the Austrian artist; Eagle Top Resort
Gipping Valley: John Airfield (LD) 1,030*, John Whitehead (C) 1,000, Julie Cininghame (L) 249, David Bosworth (UKIP) 203, David Penny (G) 85. Maj: 30. T/out: 34.2%. LD put off. Great Cornard: Peter Beer (C) 902*, Sarah Page (L) 522, Aidan Powlesland (UKIP)
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In 1892, artistic photographer Ard G. Emery established a studio and gallery profession in a bustling East Tawas community overlooking Lake Huron on the sunrise side of Iosco County, Michigan. For 12 years, Emery captured the suavity and history of the area through his camera lens. His collodion glass negatives celebrated personal triumphs, honored the intrepidity of the working man, and saluted the candidness of the young. Emery used the most modern techniques and finest materials, but he was fascinated by the standard. Emery often journeyed with his travelling studio to the countryside to photograph the everyday life of normal people. Zealous about his artfulness, Emery not only preserved days gone by, but he also preserved his own spirit--one that will be forever remembered in Iosco County.
Some of the most eventful images in the history of photography have come about through the creative tension between art and commerce - creating images that have been able to transcend the time in which they were made, and enabling them to characterize as that time in perpetuity. Many of the artists featured in this edition are the hidden names behind the some of the world's biggest and most notable brands, like Bruce Weber the photographer who defines the semi erotic brand imagery behind Abercrombie & Fitch and Calvin Klein, or a rating less well known Solve Sundsbo who crafts the provocative brand imagery for Tom Ford. London based but Peruvian Mario Testino is about as famous as the subjects he shoots. forever remembered for his Tom Ford era Gucci campaigns with styling by none other...
AG: What is your star? L: My artist name is Lex and my full name is a secret! AG: Where are you from? L: I'm from Germany, I have been living here since I was born.
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