Posts Tagged: aarh

AARH Magazine – issue 2

As the weekend approached, so did our brand new second issue of AARH Magazine. Read it now or save it for your hangover.

A special thank you to Wang Wei, Jānis Vēliņš, Cecilia Riis, Andreas Krautwald, Trine Kobborg, Oscar Luis Levcovich, and Dag Knudsen.

Elliott Erwitt

Elliott Erwitt likes children and dogs.

Elliott answers questions from online media:

Elliot Erwitt in “Visions and Images” hosted by Barbaralee Diamonstein-Spielvogel

New York pictures and a tour of his apartment

Elliott Erwitt interviewed by Ken Light

Elliott Erwitt Interview by Ken Light from Jim Goldstein on Vimeo.

Print is not dead – wet plate collodion process

Todd Hido – artist talk

Outposts: Donovan Wylie

Outposts: Donovan Wylie from National Media Museum on Vimeo.

Building upon his previous projects – Maze and British Watchtowers – Wylie’s new work continues to interrogate the architecture of conflict, and derives from the idea of vision and power. Wylie was recently embedded with Canadian troops in Afghanistan’s Kandahar province. From here he surveyed the military outposts which commanded multiple lines of sight, with dominance over vast swathes of land.

Donovan Wylie for Ways of Looking photography festival from National Media Museum on Vimeo.

Outposts as Military Structures: Discussing the work of Donovan Wylie from National Media Museum on Vimeo.

Andrew Moore presents Robert Adler – Burlesque

On Garry Winogrand

Philosopher and Georgia Tech professor Ian Bogost talks about Garry Winogrand.

Bonus info: The image that appears at 3:21 is shot in Copenhagen.

Seeing Things – OOOIII from Ian Bogost on Vimeo.

Via Petapixel

Anthony Suau