It is the first publication of its kind to provide a comprehensive historical overview of the unique pairing of these two disciplines, placed in the context of artistic, social, and cultural movements and influences of the twentieth century. Liz Goldberg M. Michael Del Secolo B.
Mark Schimmel B. Johannes M. Knoops B. His piece, Venice Re-Mapped, was a three-dimensional re-mapping of Venice defined by the cartography depicted on Venetian business cards.
This year, the museum and Sabuda are celebrating 10 years of collaboration with an oversized commemorative pop-up featuring expertly die-cut figures that move and twirl in a winter wonderland. Bryan Collier B. Uptown Henry Holt and Co. Jean Shin B. Department of State; her work is on view at the U. Leah Bedrosian Peterson B. She was recently awarded the first place, best in show honor at the Park Art Fair International in Geneva, Switzerland, for her work Erasure , a collection of photographs and videos taken during her travels to Southeast Asia in summer During this two-month period, Peterson documented the villages and cities of Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam, capturing in her photographs the changes in local traditional culture and the landscape as these third-world nations begin to show the influence of Western culture.
Willy Bo Richardson M. Featured in the exhibition were more than 80 abstract and figurative works by artists who have embraced watercolor as their primary medium. Nelson Louis Olivo M. Kanyessa Heshiimu McMahon B. Kate Zidar M. In this capacity, Zidar coordinates how best to spend the flow of federal, state, and city money available to mitigate the pollution problems faced by Newtown Creek.
Emilie Baltz M. Baltz spent the last year photographing these culinary artists and designing this coffee-table worthy "art-cookbook" that is presently available only in French. David H. Reuss M. The paranormal romance, set in 19th-century Europe, is bound together by werewolves, witchcraft, and wine enhanced by six pieces of music from Nox Arcana. Perri Neri M. Titled New Paintings , the exhibition was on view this fall at Ceres Gallery.
I'm a Monster. So What , , oil on linen and magazine pages, 96 x 72 inches. Sara Ebert B. Toobalink is a construction toy that reuses paper towel and toilet tissue rolls as a building component to encourage children to build, learn, and play.
The Toobalink Starter Kit is now available through many online retailers as well as toy and design shops. Smrita Jain M. Jain exhibited her paintings at the Contemporary Art Fair at the Javits Center in October and sold one of her favorite works to an established and well-known interior designer. Melissa Zook M. Her cuff bracelets, edgy earrings, and braided, fringed, or ruffled necklaces are available through her website melissazook. Adam Pruden M. It took only a week to go from design to the final product being on sale.
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