Wednesday, October 18, 2017

I Am Feeling This



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A Conflict of Interests



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Too rude for Paris?


Domestikator, a 12-metre-high, 30-tonne rust-red work by the Dutch sculptor Joep van Lieshout, has just been installed in Paris’s prime spot for modern sculpture: the esplanade of the Pompidou Centre modern art museum. But it was only given refuge there after being rejected by the more genteel Louvre museum as too sexual in the city’s latest sculpture spat.
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Virtual Yoga


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4 ways to deal with body shaming!!


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Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Ralph Gibson’s 1960s


On the occasion of the exhibition Ralph Gibson: The Trilogy, 1970–1974, The Eye of Photography presents a special edition featuring a brief overview of Ralph Gibson’s career.
You will find here a selection of his most beautiful images from the 1960s, which mark his entry into art photography.

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Mumbling Love Songs to Strangers



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Express Yourself


British photographer Tim Flach sees animals in a completely different way.

  These images offer great photo series ideas with examples of “big picture thinkers” finding their own, unique way to express themselves.

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American Crocodile



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Jan van Hooff visits chimpanzee "Mama", 59 yrs old and very sick.

This is Mama, a 59 year-old chimpanzee who was matriarch of the colony at the Royal Burgers Zoo in Arnhem, the Netherlands. Back in April 2016 she was coming to the end of her life, sick and unable to eat. On hearing the news, co-founder of the colony and professor of behavioral biology Jan van Hooff came back to visit Mama and pay his last respects.


Watch the video to see the amazing bond that can be forged between animals and humans, and don’t forget the Kleenex.
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Tiny Hedgehog Goes Camping




See the best moments from Azuki’s camping days here.

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Monday, October 16, 2017

Life is Beautiful



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  The original downtown area of Las Vegas was recently adorned with vibrant street art from 12 artists around the world.

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Knock loud, I’m home.

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Love That Will Be Ready

"Someone can be madly in love with you and still not be ready. They can love you in a way you have never been loved and still not join you on the bridge. And whatever their reasons you must leave. Because you never ever have to inspire anyone to meet you on the bridge. You never ever have to convince someone to do the work to be ready. There is more extraordinary love, more love that you have never seen, out here in this wide and wild universe. And there is the love that will be ready.”
 ― Nayyirah Waheed
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Near Stranger



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Sunday, October 15, 2017

Accidental staring




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»Tomorrow is the Question« by Rirkrit Tiravanija

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Sarah's Scribbles

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Saturday, October 14, 2017

Toothpaste For Dinner

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Peace by Jim Marshall


Marshall saw himself as an anthropologist and a journalist, visually recording the changing times and explosion of creativity and celebrity in the 1960s. He loved street photography, and in between official assignments, started documenting the CND peace symbol and peace rallies as a personal project. He tabled these images on an index card in his archives scrawled with a peace sign, where they have remained until now.

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Documenting the Rohingya refugee crisis



More than half a million Rohingya refugees have flooded into Bangladesh to flee an offensive by Myanmar’s military which the United Nations has called ‘a textbook example of ethnic cleansing’. Photographer Kevin Frayer is in Bangladesh to document the crisis.

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Dealing with monsters

Kids’ books offer ways to make sense of a world that is suddenly spinning so quickly we’re permanently dizzy; it’s one of the few formats that helps you do everything at once in the way the internet landscape demands; escape, understand and take action. But as much as we need them more than ever, we’re still making the mistake of thinking that kids’ books are transient; that they only serve to get through a bedtime, or prep a child for the responsibilities of being a grown-up.
There’s two things wrong with this.
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Hell on Earth


Photograph by Dylan Taylor

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Ring of Fire


Photograph by Callie Chee.

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