miércoles, 30 de noviembre de 2011

Preservation Is Life by Bryan McCormack

Starting at the facade of Paris' Center Pompidou and continuing up the six-floor escalator, Bryan McCormack's installation creates a monumental tunnel of colored light bulbs for a mesmerizing effect. The hue changes on every floor to create a dynamic rainbow of cylindrical bulbs, which are covered in glass-like plastic condoms. A grand total of 80,000 bulbs comprise the condom tapestry of the Pompidou's moving staircase, taking the rubbers from typically intimate settings to a public neo-pop display. Their multiplication on such a massive scale changes the way we see them, and the installation, called "Preservation Is Life", provides a beautifully thoughtful message as part of the arts center's annual AIDS fundraising campaign.









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Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance







Trophies For The History


Che Guevara (1967)


Leon Trotsky (1940)


Benito Mussolini y Clara Petacci (1945)


Bonnie and Clyde (1934)


Nicolae Ceausescu (1989)


Saddam Hussein (2006)

martes, 29 de noviembre de 2011

Send me Dead Flowers

Death of The Cassette

The Seventh Seal



Starkly existential, boldly poetic, slow and grim, Ingmar Bergman’s great classic The Seventh Seal has haunted film aficionados, baffled and bored college students, inspired innumerable parodists, and challenged both believers and unbelievers for nearly half a century. Long considered one of the greatest films of all time, Bergman’s medieval drama of the soul can be difficult to watch but is impossible to forget.






© George Hoyningen- Huené / Condé Nast USA


lunes, 28 de noviembre de 2011

Helmut Newton Polaroids



The Helmut Newton Foundation in Berlin has been presenting the exhibition ‘Helmut Newton Polaroids’ which has been visited by more than 50,000 enthused spectators. Due to this fact, the exhibition has been extended and will now be on view until May 20th, 2012.
For the first time ever, over 300 works based on the original Polaroids offer a comprehensive overview of this aspect of Newton’s oeuvre.