A Rebellion Against Realism and Art: How Cubism Influenced Modern Architecture

A Rebellion Against Realism and Art: How Cubism Influenced Modern Architecture share share Facebook twitter mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/985450/a-rebellion-against-realism-and-art-how-cubism-influenced-modern-architecture Historic art movements and their visual characteristics have considerably paved the way for modern day architecture. For years, architects have been borrowing techniques and stylistic approaches to create their own architectural compositions, merging both disciplines … Read more

Sunlit Apocalypse: The Imperiled World of Robert Adams

WASHINGTON — Robert Adams photographs the landscapes of the contemporary American West, no matter how degraded, with the loving attention that his artistic forebears, Timothy H. O’Sullivan and Carleton E. Watkins, bestowed on sublime vistas in the 19th century. To borrow the words of the Polish poet Adam Zagajewski, he tries “to praise the mutilated … Read more

Tides overtake sprawling sand sculpture mural near Tofino, exactly as artist planned – Tofino-Ucluelet Westerly News

Five days work etching a sprawling sand-sculpture mural into a sand bar on Tofino’s Chesterman Beach all washed away with the tides last weekend. Yet Jim Denevan was content. Usually, the internationally known land artist works alone. This time he wanted to try a casually collaborative process and see how many people would join him. … Read more

See ‘Shocking’ Works by Fashion Legend Elsa Schiaparelli and the Avant-Garde Artists Who Inspired Her, From Man Ray to Méret Oppenheim

The Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris just opened “Shocking! The Surreal World of Elsa Schiaparelli” (through January 22, 2023), dedicated to the life and work of the eccentric Italian-born couturiere. A mentee of Paul Poiret and an inspiration to Man Ray, for whom she modeled over the years, Schiaparelli presented her first designs in … Read more

Daniel Arsham on His New Chapter in Fashion

This summer, renowned artist Daniel Arsham made a serious foray into the fashion world with Objects IV Life. Shortly after its launch, we spoke to Arsham for this FRONTPAGE interview diving into the brand and its ethos. Daniel Arsham has made a career making works that reference leftovers from our nostalgic culture, like Pokémon, vintage … Read more

Issey Miyake 132 5 fuses ancient craft and innovation

Afternoon sun filters across a workshop in Kyoto as artisan Mamoru Nohara tugs on a roll of white linen thread before winding it around two cedar boards. The fluidity of his movements reflects the four decades he has spent perfecting the art of itajime, a traditional Japanese resist-dyeing technique that involves wood being fastened around … Read more

How Nigel Shafran ushered in an electric new era of fashion photography

The photographer’s impulsive images of teens mooching about in malls and elderly locals in obscure London enclaves mixing with the 90s’ biggest supermodels are chronicled in new book ‘The Well’ Nigel Shafran never really considered himself a fashion photographer – or so he admits in his latest book, The Well. Instead, he lands on the … Read more