Check out the work of the husband and wife duo wearetherhoads. The Rhoads produce work with a cinematic feel, driven by moments of tension. Their work was selected to be featured in the 2014 PDN 30’s list of emerging photographers and have produced work for the likes of Motorola, Converse, Timex and Sony.
Manhattan Multivision: Photography: Florian Mueller
Robert A.M. Stern‘s 520 Park Avenue has already been called “the next 15 Central Park West,” and like its Stern predecessor, 520 is an ultra-luxury development with a stately façade wrapped in stone. Set to be completed in 2016, it will rise 51 stories high, but contain just 31 units, one of which is the $130 million penthouse, the city’s most expensive apartment. And though most of the attention has been on “the greatest apartment on the Upper East Side,” the fanfare has now shifted to the first batch of interior renderings for the building.
520 Park’s full website is now live, and not surprisingly, the residences have classic layouts, impressive Central Park views, and a host of high-end amenities.
Cristóbal Pérez Garcia: Urban landscapes -Traffic
Here at Livegreenblog, we’ve got a bit of a thing about the visual culture and city spaces, which are exactly what Cristóbal Pérez Garcia combines in his cityscapes.
Spanish artist “Toval”, whose real name is Cristóbal Pérez Garcia graduated in Fine Arts from the university of Granada, majoring in painting and sculpture. His education and his in-depth knowledge of painting techniques, in addition to his interest for cities are behind his “Urban Landscapes”.
We at HOUSE; all being former SVA students, are happy to promote the work of other alumnus. Please check out this Panel Discussion tomorrow Thursday, Feb 12, 2015 at 6:30PM
A panel discussion featuring Jeff Chien-Hsing Liao (MFA 2005 Photography, Video and Related Media), Vera Lutter (MFA 1995 Photography, Video and Related Media), MFA Photography, Video and Related Media faculty member Andrew Moore and Matthew Pillsbury (MFA 2004 Photography, Video and Related Media). Panelists discuss why they have chosen to photograph New York, what special challenges it presents, and their inspirations among the city’s iconic photographers and rich traditions of visual storytelling. Moderated by Bonnie Yochelson, MFA Photography, Video and Related Media faculty member and curator of prints and photographs at the Museum of the City of New York. Presented by MFA Photography, Video and Related Media in partnership with Aperture Foundation, International Center for Photography, Museum of the City of New York and the Taipei Cultural Center.
Work By: Mathew Pillsbury
Work By: Jeff Liao
Work By: Vera Lutter
Work By Andrew Moore
The #BikeNYC project is an ongoing series of portraits and profiles of New Yorkers who use a bicycle to get around. Taken together, these images and stories begin to form a portrait of New York as an emerging cycling city. The project was started in February 2010 by Brooklyn photographer Dmitry Gudkov. The #BikeNYC name is in reference to the Twitter hashtag, which allows disparate people to share and discuss everything related to cycling in New York.
BRUTALLY AWESOME ARCHITECTURE
Orange County Government Center, NY
Architect: Paul Rudolph
Check out Dario Catellani on Models.com! His portraits of Kirsten Owen are up on the front page!
If any model defined the ‘90s scene, it was Kirsten Owen. The statuesque English blonde was a favorite of seminal '90s designers like Helmut Lang, Ann Demulemeester, Jil Sander, and Miuccia Prada.
Few Photos from the Opening Reception for Artist Sculptor Joel Perlman.
Check out his show if you find yourself in Chelsea.
Gallery info here: http://www.lorettahoward.com/content/joel-perlman-new-sculpture-0