Looking at contemporary photography within a larger historical legacy.
In Mark McKnight’s photographs, the material of the terrestrial world merges with a celestial aspect. Dark bodies, asphalt, oily birds, decomposing stone, and dimpled flesh all radiate from a field of tarry shadow.
A unique approach to environmental art.
Considering contemporary ceramics.
Using film and embroidery to tell new stories.
“Choose a place where you won’t do harm - yes, choose a place where you won’t do very much harm, and stand in it for all you are worth, facing the sunshine.”
― E.M. Forster, A Room with a View
BOMB’s ongoing list of online tools, workshops, and livestreams to keep you company and engaged in the time of COVID-19.
Merging image and object.
A list of vital resources for artists, writers, musicians, and performers.
Since the ’70s, the filmmaker, video artist, and pioneer of “media dance” has recorded exceptional bodies in motion—dancers, drag queens, and punk musicians.
Documenting a cross-cultural politics and aesthetics.
The post-punk-turned-food-critic on New York City’s varied cuisine.
Acknowledging the past in order to construct a better future.
Installations that explore their larger contexts.
Photographs addressing gender, sexuality, and popular culture.
The poet offers a series of keywords—performance, psychedelia, melting—to the painter, framing the complex play between text and image in Pearson’s intricate panels.
A selection of daguerreotypes, micro-photographs, and film stills by two artists.