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A Natural-Born Artist
HE WAS MOPPING FLOORS 2 YEARS AGO. NOW, AT AGE 75, THIS SELF-TAUGHT PAINTER IS MAKING HIS DEBUT IN THE NEW YORK ART WORLD
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A Camera Built for the Instagram Age
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- Nov 28 20162 minutes
TO CRAFT A LIST OF THE 100 MOST INFLUENTIAL photographs in the history of the medium, TIME conducted thousands of interviews and consulted an international team of curators, historians and editors. Now, in essays and short films, we delve into the st
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A Fab Collection Of Prefab Structures
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Remaking England's Homes—And The Art World
A year after winning the Turner Prize, is Britain's controversial architecture and design collective still making a difference?
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Why Physicists Make Up Stories in the Dark: In unseen worlds, science invariably crosses paths with fantasy.
For centuries, scientists studied light to comprehend the visible world. Why are things colored? What is a rainbow? How do our eyes work? And what is light itself? These are questions that preoccupied scientists and philosophers since the time of Ari
- Jun 19 20146 minutes
Why I Traveled the World Hunting for Mutant Bugs: A researcher who works through painting tells her story.
When Chernobyl happened, I knew it was time for me to act. Nineteen years earlier, I had first drawn malformed and mutated flies while working in the zoological department at the University of Zurich as a scientific illustrator. Zoologists had fed po
- Jan 23 20171 minute
Innovation | Pocket Dslr
Michael Belfiore Form and function The Light L16 aggregates images from multiple phone-camera-size sensors to create pictures with a resolution as high as 52 megapixels, a little higher than the best digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) camera on the
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Why Estate Jewelry is Sparkling
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The Artist Otherwise Known as an Entrepreneur
'Learn the rules like a pro so you can break them like an artist.' – Pablo Picasso
- Dec 5 20162 minutes
Helen Marten’s Intricate Sculptures Win The Turner Prize
The 31-year-old artist’s installations create order from the detritus of modern life.
- Jun 1 20162 minutes
Hidden in Plain Sight
THE SELFIE GETS LITTLE RESPECT AS AN ART FORM. Snapping an image of one’s face with a phone held at arm’s length and sharing it with the world certainly seems hollow and narcissistic. But I view the selfie differently. In the age of the War on Terror
- May 1 20142 minutes
The Idiot's Guide to Making a Video for Your Business
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- Oct 2 20164 minutes
The Art-History Straitjacket
An exhibition at the New Museum shows just how narrow our idea of art has become.
- Oct 28 20162 minutes
The Shchukin Collection Comes To Paris
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- Nov 27 20163 minutes
Pain Is Good
WHERE DOES THIS LEAVE ART? That’s like asking “Where does this leave love?” While we sometimes break faith with it, art never breaks faith with us. It’s always there. Especially when we need it. The election left many feeling alienated, alone, in sha
- Aug 1 20162 minutes
Snapshots of a Disappearing World
MY FATHER, WHO SERVED in the Army in World War II and Korea, once told me that if you don’t have a few pictures of the places you’ve been, no one will ever know that you were really there. They are life’s ballast. They help us to remember the stories
- Nov 13 20161 minute
A photographer who is, and isn’t, in every frame she takes.
- Jul 4 20162 minutes
New Survey Brings Women Into the Action of Abstract Expressionism
IN THE LATE 1940S AND early ’50s, when Abstract Expressionism first erupted, life wasn’t easy for those who adopted it as their practice. Red-baiting Congress members denounced it as a communist plot. Wary museums refused to show it. And just about n
- Nov 14 20161 minute
Telling the Lovings’ Story in 1966
LILY ROTHMAN THE HEADLINE IN THE MARCH 18, 1966, issue of LIFE magazine described it simply as “The Crime of Being Married.” Under those words, two photos: Mildred Loving, then 26, eyes downcast, and her husband Richard, 32, lips pressed tightly tog
- Sep 4 20161 minute
Our Art Critic’s 5 Most Anticipated
RASHID JOHNSON SEPT. 8, HAUSER & WIRTH Johnson brings a beautiful brutality to materials; a hatchet man’s sense of cutting to the core of what he’s after. Paintings, performance, drawing, and sculpture will be featured in this gigantic show. If Joh
- May 1 20152 minutes
How Nature's Beauty Led This L.A. Art House to Blossom
Natural Curiosities creates wall art, furniture and other pieces sold to major retailers and the interior design trade.
- Oct 17 20161 minute
CHARLOTTE ALTER In a media landscape of tweets, Snaps and Facebook Lives, Molly Crabapple uses pen and ink—and markers and paint and sketchbooks. That’s because Crabapple, 33, is an artist-journalist, sketching from the front lines of conflicts in t
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Meet the Innovative Entrepreneurs Who Won Our Top Awards for 2013
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Tara John Janne Saario says his life rarely veers from skateboarding. The breezy 33-year-old Finn has turned skating into a calling. He’s become one of the few landscape architects in the world with a practice focused on creating tasteful and well-d