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Treating Sports Photographers as the Artists They Are

They compete in crowded stadiums and on hazardous terrain, using hands and eyes, tools and experience, and sometimes their elbows, too. We' re not talking about athletes but rather the photographers who get up close and click away. Now, an exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum invites visitors to reconsider work that has long been seen as ephemeral. Read the full New York Time article here.


This Famous Art Was Hidden in a Shed for 16 Years

In a yard full of police tow trucks in North Philadelphia, a massive green sculpture of copper pipe and welded bronze sits outside a vehicle workshop, its extravagant curves forming a startling contrast to the gritty surroundings. The sculpture is “Free Interpretation of Plant Forms,” completed by the artist and furniture designer Harry Bertoia in 1967 for a prominent position outside the Philadelphia Civic Center. Since 2000, however, it has been hidden from public view in a shed outside the police workshop. Read the full New York Times article here.


Real Estate for the 1% with Art for the Masses
New York’s high-end developers are spending money on public works by artists like Yayoi Kusama and Anish Kapoor. read the full New York Times article here. READ MORE

Bill Cunningham, Iconic 'New York Times' Photographer, Dies At 87
Cunningham worked at the Times for almost 40 years, capturing the fashion trends of the day with a timeless eye. Read the full NPR article here. READ MORE

The Photographer Who Captured America’s Dark Side
By documenting the little things, Robert Frank changed an entire nation’s image of itself. Read the full article here. READ MORE

Senate Bill Would Help Recover Art Stolen by Nazis
The legislation would allow victims or their families to make claims within six years of when the looted art was found and prove their right to it. Read the full New York Times article here. READ MORE

Van Gogh's "Starry Night" Was Re-created with Bacteria-- and It's as Cool as It Sounds

What do the Chicago skyline, a cat, a subway map, a Van Gogh and a skull all have in common? They've all been re-created into beautiful masterpieces using... bacteria. Read the full article here.


Survey Finds Average US Wedding Price Rose Last Year, More Couples Hiring Pro Photographers
It’s easy to find wedding photographers preaching doom and gloom, and there’s even some evidence to back it up, but according to a recent survey by venerable purveyors of Pinterest wedding fodder, The Knot, things are looking up across the board for the wedding industry in the USA, and that includes wedding photographers. Read the full Popular Photography article here. READ MORE

Review: ‘Mapplethorpe: Look at the Pictures’ on HBO Gives Context to Controversy
The HBO documentary puts Robert Mapplethorpe’s photographs in the framework of a life and artistic vision. Read the full New York Times review here. READ MORE

Renowned Iraqi-British Architect Zaha Hadid Dies At 65
Architect Zaha Hadid died on Thursday at age 65. She was the first woman to win the Pritzker Prize, architecture's highest honor. Read the full NPR article here. READ MORE

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