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Art Rotterdam : A festive week of photography, art & design! – The Eye of Photography Magazine

An Introduction For some years now, Art Rotterdam has been presenting itself as the most important arts event in the Netherlands – who are we to doubt this? But one thing is certain: this week, one event follows another, and all the cultural and artistic organisations are present. The main initiative is the Art Rotterdam …

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Boogie Woogie : We Love Paris – The Eye of Photography Magazine

Boogie Woogie Photography presents We Love Paris, an associated project of the French May Arts Festival.This group exhibition is an invitation to discover Paris through the eyes of thirteen renowned photographers, including: Isabelle Boccon-Gibod •Henri Cartier-Bresson •Raymond Cauchetier •Stephanie Cheng •Thierry Cohen •Robert Doisneau •Léon Herschtritt •Stephen King •Bogdan Konopka •Jacques Henri Lartigue •Willy Ronis …

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The Dennis Hopper Photograph That Caught Los Angeles

The image is pure cacophony, a distillation of Los Angeles as riotous streetscape, the motorized city as information overload. At a multi-way intersection, traffic lights and directional signage jostle for attention. A billboard declares that “Smart women cook with Gas in Balanced Power Homes.” A pedestrian stands at a crosswalk while a ’61 Chevy Impala …

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Revisiting New York’s radical punk and no wave scene of the 70s and 80s

In fall 1975, André Leon Talley brought Bobby Grossman to the Factory to meet Andy Warhol. Then an illustration major at the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), Bobby presented his portfolio to Andy along with the Factory’s formidable power players, including Fred Hughes, Vincent Fremont, and Ronnie Cutrone. “Andy looked through my collages and drawings and …

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