For Harry Gruyaert, photography is a physical experience. Greatly influenced by the American tradition, epitomized by Saul Leiter, William Eggleston and Stephen Shore, and by cinema, he created a highly personal palette. His work defined a new territory for color photography: an emotive, non-narrative, and boldly graphic way of perceiving the world.
Issue 2 of Bare on press
A global journal of fashion and Culture
Bare Journal issue 1
A global Journal of Fashion and Culture
Yves Peintures is an artist's book by the French artist Yves Klein, originally published in Madrid, 1954. This publication was Klein’s first public gesture as an artist.
Meet Jean Tinguely, who may be an artist or an inventor or a philosopher, depending on how you look at his masterpieces. They are sort of abstract industrialism. Weird and wonderful machines that work superbly but serve absolutely no useful purpose. Their only function is to have no function.
An amazing photographer Tomo has recently signed with ARM management in London.
Claudio Bravo's series of beautiful trompe l'oeil paintings of wrapped or wrinkled paper. A Chilean hyperrealist painter who was greatly influenced by Renaissance and Baroque artists, as well as Surrealist painters such as Salvador Dalí.
White and Yellow Package.
RYAN'S work needs no introduction. Youth, liberation and the joy of losing yourself in the moment are elements that feature throughout Ryan McGinley’s work.
Artist Gene Davis putting finishing touches on his 414-ft-long painting. “Franklin’s Footpath,” painted on the street in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art in 1972. Photo by Henry Groskinsky.