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Art Apr 8, 2011

JR x Les Rencontres d’Arles 2007

ViaComIT looks back at JR’s 2007 installation at Les Rencontres d’Arles. “Each year, a city in southern France receives visitors from the entire world for its international festival of photography. By offering a lineup of novel… Read more
Design Apr 1, 2010

Greta Magnusson Grossman Retrospective

Running until May 16, 2010, at Arkitekturmuseet, the Greta Magnusson Grossman Retrospective highlights the career of a Swedish furniture and architect. Though not as famous as some of her contemporaries (Eames, for example), Grossman played… Read more
Art Dec 22, 2009

Martin Parr at Rocket Gallery

Surrey-born Martin Parr took to photography as a young boy. He then studied the subject at Manchester Polytechnic, and has since become a Professor of Photography at The University of Wales, Newport campus. Parr’s personal work takes a… Read more
Design Dec 18, 2009

VIA Design 3.0

Nearing 30 years old, French institution VIA is mounting a celebratory retrospective at Centre Pompidou. VIA, primarily, acts as a platform for young and emerging design talent and established professionals. The exhibition features… Read more
Art Nov 19, 2009

Images | Laszlo Moholy-Nagy Retrospective

Moholy-Nagy is one of the key names of the Bauhaus, having taught both in Dessau from 1923 to 1928 and founding the New Bauhaus in Chicago in 1937. In the Midwest, Moholy-Nagy was able to bring Walter Gropius’ curriculum to … Read more
Uncategorized Oct 30, 2009

Steve Madsen: A World In Wood

Running, through December 19, 2009, at Philadelphia’s Wood Turning Center is Steve Madsen: A World in Wood. Madsen fell for wood carving in 7th grade, and by the 9th he decided to get serious. This retrospective exhibition is organized by… Read more
Art Sep 30, 2009

Tim Rollins and K.O.S.: A History

Hosted by the ICA Philadelphia, Tim Rollins and K.O.S.: A History is the first major museum retrospective of the artist, activist, and teacher. K.O.S. (kids of survival) was made up of a group of Rollins’ students from Intermediate School… Read more
Art Sep 28, 2009

Ari Macroupolis: Within Arms Reach

Born in Amsterdam, Ari Marcroupolis moved to New York in 1979. He was twenty two, and quickly became part of the downtown art scene printing black and white photographs for Andy Warhol. Living in New York during the early days … Read more
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