Happy Saturday. Keep your pajamas on and enjoy.
By far one of the best ways I’ve ever seen someone look at the world. I love this.
“100 and one faces.
Playing off the theme of a recent video contest, « Transformation : Live and React », Julien Lassort and Matthieu Burlot (France) explored the human face, the most exposed and personal part of the human body. Their dynamic portrayal of 1000 and one faces is a mosaic of portraits and emotions that plays off of the power of faces seen close up. Julien Fargo composed the melody that encapsulates the film.”
In his weekly opinion piece, “60 Minutes” contributor Andy Rooney blasts the world of modern art, which he envisions as pretentious especially when displayed in large, public places.
You tell ’em Andy Rooney!
Ninjasonik – “Art School Girls”
From their upcoming full length LP on Chief Records
Scantily dressed woman sells Betelnuts in New York City as part of an art installation. (NYPost.com)
A three minute excerpt from ART/new york program number 58, “CINDY SHERMAN: Transformations (c) 2002” by Paul Tschinkel.
A three minute excerpt from ART/new york program number 30A, “JEAN-MICHEL BASQUIAT – An Interview (c) 1989” by Paul Tschinkel.
A virtual tour of the MoMA.
What if the Google homepage had been designed by Dolce & Gabbana? Or Philippe Starck? Or the Beastie Boys? Get a behind the scenes look at our iGoogle Artist Themes launch event held in New York City’s Meatpacking District. May, 2008.