Guinea-Bissau, October 1990, I don't remember which day. But I remember how it was that morning when I woke up. Hot, very hot, the way it is in the tropics, damp and cloying, with a low sky of dark clouds,
On Sunday morning, September 21, 2014, artists Nora Ligorano and Marshall Reese installed a large-scale ice sculpture of the words The Future. This beautifully impermanent public art/climate change monument heralded the United Nations Climate Summit on Sept 23rd in New York City.
Twenty-thousand illuminated stems are not enough, nor are flipped or hidden mirrors, even less the LEDs, invisible threads, suspended stones and sticks! Every human intervention, through his own art, his ingenious mind, creates a temporary and illusory attempt of embellishment.
Interview with Jung Sung-Gil: photo collector of 70.000 documentary pictures. Jung Sung-Gil’s collection covers 100 years of Korean modern history from 1876, the last period of the Joseon Dynasty, to 1970s Korea.He has been collecting pictures from 1978 until now. He