Landscape portrait, clown convention, new species of monkey, endangered tiger and more in today’s daily brief.
Oct. 14 Photo Brief: Tiny toy soldier art, South Asians celebrate annual festivals and housing demand climbs in Myanmar
Tiny toy soldier art, South Asian celebrate annual festivals, housing demand climbs in Myanmar and more in today’s daily brief.
August 26 Photo Brief: Notting Hill Carnival takes to London streets, protests and unrest continue in Middle East and art mimics life in South Korea
Notting Hill Carnival takes to London streets, protests and unrest continue in Middle East, art mimics life in South Korea, and more in today’s daily photo brief.
July 25 Photo Brief: A view of the Sun’s surface, military training for puppies, train crash in Spain
A view of the Sun’s surface via NASA, military training for puppies in Belarus, train crash in Spain said to be one of Europe’s worst rail disasters and more in today’s daily brief. | Warning: Some photos may depict injury and/or death.
Argentine artist Leandro Erlich created a “house of mirrors,” or mirror, as part of the “Beyond Barbican” summer series of events in east London. A replica front of a late nineteenth-century Victorian terraced house, the interactive installation is built on the ground with a large mirror suspended above. The resulting effect is captured in the photos below.
Reactionary art inspired by violence continues to be a confrontational theme for many of today’s artists. The following works take aim at the illegal arms trade between U.S. and Mexico, domestic violence against women, recycling firearms into musical instruments, “Knitting for peace” and more.
The modern and contemporary art fair, Art Basel, opens for three days on June 13 bringing more than 60,000 collectors, dealers, artists, curators and art lovers to the exciting Swiss city. Take a sneak peek at 19 of the pieces on display this year.
May 17 Photo Brief: International Day Against Homophobia, books burned in Nepal, walking art in Hong Kong
Anti-discrimination parades and demonstrations take place marking the International Day Against Homophobia, caravans of camels walk through the sulphur and mineral salt formations near Dallol in the Danakil Depression, northern Ethiopia, a kitchen fire spreads to neighboring buildings, including a major book store, in Kathmandu, Nepal, people wearing a white cloth take part in “Divisor”, a performance art piece by Brazilian artist Lygia Pape in Hong Kong and more in today’s daily brief.
April 23 Photo Brief: China’s quake victims seek normalcy, WWI soldier’s funeral, Britain’s bionic man
China’s quake victims seek normalcy, WWI soldier’s funeral, Britain’s bionic man and more in today’s daily brief.