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Sebastião Salgado: my adventures at the ends of the Earth

by Jonathan Jones He has spent his life taking epic, mind-swarming photographs of gold mines, oil fields and genocide. But now Sebastião Salgado is turning his lens on the planet’s last undamaged places Hundreds of people are swarming up ladders, scaling the cliff-like sides of a...
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19 Daily Habits Of Artists That Can Help Unlock Your Creativity

By Katherine Brooks Behold, 19 daily habits of artists that can help unlock your creativity: 1. Let go of your idea of “perfect.” “I do have to step back, take a breather, and realize that it is just a project and not the end of the world if it’s not...
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David Hockney unveils new works on perspective created in Los Angeles

‘Artists don’t retire,’ says 77-year-old at opening of London exhibition showcasing lifelong interest in perspective “I just go on and I’m going to go on until I fall over,” said an indefatigable David Hockney as he opened a show of new work in London on Thursday. “I’ve always...
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Interview: Sally Mann, Author Of ‘Hold Still: A Memoir With Photographs’ : NPR

Photographer Sally Mann is fascinated by bodies. In the early 1990s, she became famous — or notorious — for her book Immediate Family, which featured photographs of her young children naked. Critics claimed Mann’s work eroticized the children, but Mann says the photos were...
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“The Poet of Silence”: Sotheby’s to sell one of Vilhelm Hammershøi’s most beguiling interiors: ‘Interior, Strandgade 30’

LONDON.- This spring Sotheby’s will bring to the market a striking interior by Vilhelm Hammershøi, remarkable for its introspective and beguiling qualities. Interior, Strandgade 30, painted circa 1905, was acquired directly from the artist and has remained in the collection...
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J. M. W. Turner: Painting Set Free | de Young

J. M. W. Turner: Painting Set Free June 20, 2015 – September 20, 2015 Herbst Exhibition Galleries Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775–1851) was one of the greatest British artists of the nineteenth century. His paintings are revered for their spectacular effects of light and...
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The June issue – celebrating the photobook | British Journal of Photography

Our new magazine is dedicated to a dynamic new renaissance in photography – the contemporary photobook The latest issue of British Journal of Photography is a celebration of the contemporary photobook, the primary art form for contemporary photographers. We believe...
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An Artist Who Prefers Empty Spaces

For her show at Manhattan’s Sean Kelly Gallery opening May 8, German photographer Candida Höfer will exhibit about 15 photographs shot recently in Düsseldorf to demonstrate how her photographic style has split in two. By Mary M. Lane May 3, 2015 9:29 p.m. ET COLOGNE, Germany—...
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Idris Khan: blurred lines | Art and design | The Guardian

Idris Khan’s studios are full of light, cluttered in an enviable and rather chic fashion, everything the successful young artist could aspire to, with assistants working away, a lovely kitchen, a palpable feeling of success and energy – and C-types up on the wall. I must confess...
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The Photographers' Gallery in London. Photo London will bring together 60 galleries. Photograph: View Pictures/REX

Photo London ‘to utterly transform the photography audience’ | Art and design | The Guardian

Plans to create the photographic equivalent of the Frieze contemporary art fair were announced on Thursday, with a new annual event hoping to tap into an explosion of interest. Photo London will bring together 60 galleries for five days at London’s Somerset House with the aim of...
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