...more recent posts
just saw an ad for the architectural digest home design show, march 9 -12
rip kiely jenkins
(read carlo mc's post at artnet and see a great selection of pieces.)
"How the Museum of Modern Art Sold its Soul"
cover story of The New Republic, article by Jed Perl.
It's often hard to convince people that Olivo Barbieri's aerial photographs are real. They look uncannily like hyperdetailed models, absent the imperfections of reality. Streets are strangely clean, trees look plastic, and odd distortions of scale create the opposite effect of what we expect from aerial photography--a complete overview, like military surveillance