Tonight at 76 Grand. Photographs this time around for Kehinde Wiley. Bling Bling.
September 03, 2009 — September 26, 2009
76 Grand Street, New York
Deitch Projects is pleased to present Black Light, an exhibition of photographs by Kehinde Wiley that thrusts the black male image, captured by means of light manipulation and digital technology, into focus. This shuffle of Wiley’s artistic process reveals an integral component of his studio practice rarely seen while remaining, uniquely, Kehinde Wiley portraiture.
Yes, this is for real. (If somebody pays for me, I’ll go.)
That’s exactly what AVO is.
“AVO is a new travel guide that helps you to discover the world through local Street Markets.”
(photo of some dead fish in Mercat Boqueria by my sister)
If you’re over in London, make sure you stop by Stolen Space to view Sylvia Ji‘s new exhibition, Nectar. Her work is so damn beautiful.
These look freaking delicious. Ice cream wrapped in cookie dough? I could probably eat 15 of these in a row.
See how to make them here.
The Plus bike was designed by Fabio Bortolani and Ermanno Righi from Dovetusai. A really cool detail is the front and rear light built into the frame.
Another photo after the jump
Andy Hixon is a Manchester-based mixed media and digital artist. Interesting work for sure.
View more at his site and read a small interview with him here
The Giant Armadillo
“Although it is difficult to tell its size from this photo, the giant armadillo deserves its name and can weigh up to about 32 kilograms (71 pounds) in the wild! With its impressive weight and enormous elongated front claws, it digs out and eats termite and ant colonies. Unfortunately, this animal has been extirpated from many parts of its range due to over-hunting and is now rare in most areas.
National Zoo scientists set up camera traps in a remote section of the Amazon rain forest to gather data about the variety of species that inhabit it. Learn more about the project here: nationalzoo.si.edu/ConservationAndScience/MAB/research/ar…”