2016 La source photographique dans la pratique de l'historien de l'architecture Pierre Farret Nikolaus Pevsner: using photography in the service of a typological approach of the history of architecture Nikolaus Pevsner: Die Fotografie im Dienste einer typologischen Herangehensweise der Architekturgeschichte Benjamin Chavardes Critical photography used as operative critics in Paolo Portoghesi’s work Die kritische Fotografie im Dienste einer Verfahrenskritik im Werk von Paolo Portoghesi Amandine Diener The use of photography as an instrument for teaching construction work at the École des beaux-arts. The approach of François Vitale Die Fotografie als Instrument der Konstruktionslehre an der École des Beaux-Arts.
The MediaLab The MediaLab is a small team within the Creative Development Group in the Digital Media Department. Our job, broadly speaking, is to explore the impact that technology can have on the museum experience. More specifically, we do this by working with New York's creative technology community, to develop prototypes and proofs-of-concept that we share with Met staff to get feedback and fuel conversation. We run an ambitious internship program, bring in volunteers, collaborate with local schools, and partner with startups that see a benefit in working with our amazing collection, incredible staff, and vast space. Our projects are low-budget, open-source, and rapidly iterated.
documenta Archiv for the Art of the 20th and 21th Centuries - Home documenta Archiv will be closed from 18. to 21. of April. Due to unforeseen circumstances the media archive of documenta archive cannot work in the usual way, therefore it will take more time to prepare the high resolution scans of images for our customers we can only deliver these high resolution scans of images that you will find in our database mediencluster-documenta (documenta I-V)
<i><b>Metropolitan Museum Initiative Provides Free Access to 400,000 Digital Images</i></b> New Web Program Allows Free Image Download for Non-Commercial Use (New York, May 16, 2014)—Thomas P. Campbell, Director and CEO of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, announced today that more than 400,000 high-resolution digital images of public domain works in the Museum’s world-renowned collection may be downloaded directly from the Museum’s website for non-commercial use—including in scholarly publications in any media—without permission from the Museum and without a fee.
Clark, Lygia: Baba antropofágica Lygia Clark «Baba antropofágica» In collective works like «Túnel» or «Objetos relacionais,» Lygia Clark initiates psychic processes of exchange which transform the dichotomy of subject and object. Connections Connections The Metropolitan Museum of Art Share Share Facebook Twitter StumbleUpon Email Chic Eight Free Photo Sites That Require No Attribution I'm a strong proponent of respecting copyright. I think artists deserve to be paid for the work that they do. I'm also a fan of using Creative Commons photography in my blog, on my visual writing ideas, and in my presentations.
Rencontres Arles Photographie Online Shop -All Exhibitions Pass For the concessions, you will have to collect your pass on ticketing upon presentation of proof less than three months old and an ID. ONLINE: €36 – Concessions: €28 ON SITE: €40 – Concessions: €32 If you can benefit from a free admission*, click here. *Arles’ citizens, minors, RSA & ASS and disabled persons. Chaos to perfection We are sorry, but it appears that your browser does not support WebGL. Please download Google Chrome and try launching this site again. If you are unable to install a new web browser, you can try downloading the Google Chrome Frame plugin instead. archivethequickandthedead Jason Dodge, Four Carat Black Tourmaline and Half Carat Ruby Inside an Owl, During the process of embalmment, precious gems have been placed inside of an owl, 2007, unique 2 x 7 x 5", Courtesy of the artist and Casey Kaplan, New York. Francis Alÿs, Paradox of Praxis 1, 1997, Stills from video; 5 min., Courtesy David Zwirner, New York, © Francis Alÿs. Adrian Piper, What Will Become of Me, 1985-ongoing, Hair, fingernails, skin, jars, shelf and typed text on paper 16 x 69-1/2 x 6", installed, Collections of Peter Norton and Eileen Harris Norton.