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[The Daily] Three Billboards Tops the BAFTAs

2018-02-19T12:05:34+00:00 February 19th, 2018|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

Martin McDonagh’s Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri has scored five EE British Academy Film Awards (BAFTAs). This year’s nominations were announced early last month, and you can scan that full list here. Below, a quick overview of all . . . Read More The Criterion Current Go to Source Author: Powered by WPeMatico

[The Daily] Haskell, Sci-Fi TV, and More

2018-02-19T12:05:28+00:00 February 19th, 2018|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

“Nymphetmania has a long and hoary pedigree in Hollywood, and flourished years before Nabokov gave us the Lolita syndrome,” writes Molly Haskell in the Guardian. “D. W. Griffith’s child-woman ingénues such as Lillian Gish and Mae Marsh were ‘ . . . Read More The Criterion Current Go to Source Author: Powered by WPeMatico

The East End in Colour: 1960-1980 portrays post-war streets of London

2018-02-19T12:05:11+00:00 February 19th, 2018|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

Photographer David Granick lived in the East End of London his whole life. Spanning a twenty-year period, he captured the post-war streets of Stepney, Whitechapel, Spitalfields and beyond in the warm hues of Kodachrome, at a time when black and white photography was the norm. On his death in 1980, his Kodachrome slides were deposited [...]

Anja Niemi’s She Could Have Been A Cowboy explores the concept of ‘self’

2018-02-19T12:04:54+00:00 February 19th, 2018|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

In her latest series, Anja Niemi continues her investigations of the self. This time she turns the lens to a life lived under the constraints of conformity. Every day her fictional character finds herself trapped in the same pink dress, but what she really wants is to be a cowboy, dressed in fringe and leather, [...]

Work of Chantal Joffe celebrated in major solo exhibition at The Lowry

2018-02-19T12:04:37+00:00 February 19th, 2018|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

The Lowry arts centre in Salford is preparing to open a major exhibition by the acclaimed figurative painter, Chantal Joffe, Royal Academician, this summer. Personal Feeling is the Main Thing will open on 19 May as part of The Lowry’s biennial Week 53 festival (17 – 28 May) and will run until 2 September. It [...]

Lifestyle: Frank Kunert’s incredible miniature worlds play with perception

2018-02-19T12:04:26+00:00 February 19th, 2018|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

A prison-cell-sized house, hemmed in beneath a freeway bridge; a discount funeral home that offers special rebates and a "happy ending"; the room decorated for Christmas, which is snowed in nearly to the ceiling – artist Frank Kunert’s sophisticated miniature worlds are like ironic chambers of curiosities reflecting our reality. The ensuing photographs of his [...]

We hosted our friends from the New York City Ballet for an…

2018-02-19T03:19:33+00:00 February 19th, 2018|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

We hosted our friends from the New York City Ballet for an edition of @jacobjonasthecompany’s #CamerasAndDancers. Check out the hashtag on Instagram to see more photos from the meet up.  [Photographs by @chrisozer] Go to Source Author: The Whitney in New York houses one of the world's foremost collections of modern and contemporary American art. Go to [...]

[The Daily] Berlinale Diary 2018 #2

2018-02-18T12:04:21+00:00 February 18th, 2018|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |

Christian Petzold seems to realize that viewers are going to feel as if they’ll need a few moments to get their bearings in the world of Transit. In one swift and brilliant stroke, he denies us the luxury. Georg (Franz Rogowski) enters a café . . . Read More The Criterion Current Go to Source [...]