Mark Flood

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“Jeanne, Fresno” is featured over at Flak Photo today - Andy Adams is doing so much for photography these days, I’m thrilled he chose this picture.

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November 7, 2013 Jennifer Mehigan

manpodcast: The Modern Art Notes Podcast has a brand-new website! It features all 160 of our episodes, lots of images and more. Check it out!

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PHOTO: TONI FRISSELLThe Story Behind the Unsung Woman Who Transformed Fashion PhotographyToni Frissell should be credited for making women in fashion look like real people

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#fashion, #photography, #toni_frissell, #womens_fashion

June 26, 2013

A Page from the Drawing Papers ArchiveThis page from Drawing Papers 9 features Drawing with lines (fragment from self-portrait as a building) drawn with pencil on paper by Mark Manders in 1998.For his 2000 exhibition, Mark Manders: Room with Several Night Drawings and One Reduced Night Scene, Manders created a new installation as part of his series Self-Portrait as a Building, a work in progress the artist had been developing since 1986 that explored a partially real and partially imaginary self...

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March 15, 2014 Daehyun Kim (tumblr)

“Still, finding the balance of content and scale that will make those encounters click is a tricky prospect, one that Jason Andrew, the co-founder of Norte Maar and the curator of the current Ways and Means: a new look at process and materials in art, has tackled with striking success twice before, with To Be a Lady: forty-five women in the arts in 2012 and last year’s between a place and candy, which explored pattern and repetition.Ways and Means at Norte Maar is no exception, a thoughtfully or...

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Philadelphia baseed painter/ mural artist Yis “NoseGo” Goodwin, who had the honor of showing here at FFDG during ourWinter Group Show, opens the solo show Colossal The Small at Philly's James Oliver Gallery this Saturday, the 30th (6-10pm). Below is a small taste Yis emailed over to us to share with you, the Fecal reader. Nosego is currently collaborating with Converse and the Cartoon Network series Adventure Time, as well as Nickelodeon; and Nosego will also be featured in Streetosp...

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November 22, 2013 fatj2112: Hikari Shimoda

Ai Weiwei. Grapes, 2008, Qing Dynasty (1644–1911) stools 36 ¼ x 67 11/16 x 60 ¼ in. (92 x 172 x 153 cm) Courtesy of the artist; Friedman Benda, New York, Photo: Bill Orcutt vía Against the Grain | MAD Museum

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Our next window vinyl is up! We reopen October 7 with Cecily Brown: Rehearsal | Olga Chernysheva: Vague Accent | Open Sessions 8: Planes and Corridors | Gary Simmons: Ghost Reels. #FallExhibitions (at The Drawing Center)

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vjeranski:ANNA BADUR»Drawn by Nature« fabrics have been awarded with the iF concept design award 2013 in the category “furniture / home textiles / fabrics”

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March 6, 2013 Jeff Rich
March 25, 2015 by danielpshea
March 16, 2016 August Macke, 1912

Paul Kopeikin, the director of Kopeikin Gallery (@kopeikingallery) in LA, will be curating the next Print Swap exhibition, taking place in April as part of the 10th Anniversary Edition of the Month of Photography Los Angeles (@monthofphotola). Since 2009, MOPLA, a festival presented by the Lucie Foundation, has enriched the photo community through gallery shows, discussions, projections, auctions, and other events. Submit images by tagging them #theprintswap on Instagram. Photos submitted to and...

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Photograph by Enrico Natali Today, Detroit is an exotic and extreme place whose grassy fields and acres upon acres of concrete ruins evoke horror and shame even from those who live there, writes Laura Berman of the Detroit News. But what Enrico Natali’s photographs from the late 60s on Lightbox capture is normality: a Detroit that’s neither urban outlier nor crucible of failure.

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#photography, #black_and_white, #detroit, #enrico_natali, #1960s, #portrait

Tony Smith was born on this day in 1912. Here’s his iconic work, Die, on view in America Is Hard to See. [Installation view of America Is Hard to See (Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, May 1–September 30, 2015). Photography by Ronald Amstutz]

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#tony_smith, #minimalism, #minimalist, #sculpture, #born_on_this_day, #outdoor_gallery, #flashback_friday, #american_is_hard_to_see, #see_your_city, #new_york_skyline, #wh