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Editors' Blog Returning to the New York charity circuit less than a week after the New York collections have ended can feel a bit like returning to school’s varsity sport after just barely surviving pre-season training. Are you ready for your first match? The New Yorkers for Children fall gala Tuesday night was the first in many games to be played this season and a large roster showed up at Cipriani 42nd Street for the event, sponsored by CIRCA and St. John. Within minutes of the start time, a bottleneck of servers and long trained dresses clogged the entrance (as if we hadn’t already endured the General Assembly traffic outside). “Waiters trays and handbags!”

Sweet Station Josh Bronaugh Joshua Bronaugh is an artist that is originally from many places – he spent some years in Germany, before skipping through American mountains, forests, and salt flats, landing eventually in the south. His paintings, often large in scale, focus the obsessions of memory and emotion, almost always pushing the human figure to the edges of representation and, in some instances, far into abstraction. ( via LeQuire Gallery ) Wall to Watch Random Articles Popular Articles Wall to WatchShowcasing human creativity since 2011. New articles every day. Various ways to subscribe here.

SIGGRAPH SIGGRAPH (short for Special Interest Group on GRAPHics and Interactive Techniques) is the name of the annual conference on computer graphics (CG) convened by the ACM SIGGRAPH organization. The first SIGGRAPH conference was in 1974. The conference is attended by tens of thousands of computer professionals. Past SIGGRAPH conferences have been held in Los Angeles, Dallas, New Orleans, Boston, Vancouver, and elsewhere across the United States. 2008 February 18 « Ground Glass The blogosphere is full of ‘best of’ lists and rankings. The blog is a perfect venue for this type of information. So I thought it would be nice to create a women in the history of photography list. I rarely read an interview where a photographer, male or female, cites a woman as an influence. The exceptions is perhaps Diane Arbus.

Show &amp Tell Gallery Cooper Cole Vanessa Maltese April 10 - May 10, 2014 Participating artists include: Vanessa Maltese colectiva A wait for ever We truly hope you can find a place in your heart for forgiveness as we feel quite bad that we haven’t posted anything during the last days, and we’d like to apologize. Unfortunately we’ve been dealing with hosting problems, lack of time, stress, and preparation for a couple of kick-ass activities of which we’ll be writing about during the next couple weeks. Meanwhile, enjoy this animated gif by Rene Abythe conveniently titled A Wait for Ever. via: computers club

Sweet Station Zemer Peled Peled was born and raised in a Kibbutz in the northern part of Israel. After completing a BA (Hons) at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Jerusalem she graduated with an MA (Hons) from the Royal College of Art. ==cubik== Web design Torre Agbar web design enero 9, 2014 View more → Yayoi Kusama Yayoi Kusama Museum Boijmans van Beuningen, Rotterdam, Netherlands Yayoi Kusama, Infinity Mirror Room - Phalli's Field (Floor Show) (1965) For nearly half a century now, Yayoi Kusama’s personal history has preceded her: the artist arrived in New York from Japan in the late 1950s, and soon became the city’s avant-It Girl, receiving praise from and exhibitions with the likes of Donald Judd, Frank Stella and Yves Klein. Though she preferred the somewhat antiquated ‘avant-garde’ label to Abstract Expressionism, Minimalism or Fluxus, hers was nonetheless the perfect art practice for the wild 1960s.

CREEPN’CRAWL’S ARTIST MATT FRENCH Matt French is a mad prolific artist, dedicated to the skateboard art. He’s a real skateboarder too. He has lived his childhood in the 80′s so we have the same skate graphic inspirations and references. For me it’s a kinda fresh Jim Phillips with a creepy twist! He has done tons of graphics (Pocket Pistols, Volcom, LibTech..), always manually with pen, ink and paint, full of crazy details and smart ideas. He has the capacity of turning animal forms into funny monsters blending two species…like he has done on the EEERNK! The League of Imaginary Scientists February 15th, 2011 Enjoy this set of images from The League’s second Engagement Party event The Automatoggler. Photos by Mark Woodworth.

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