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Arts

Road Trip by Megan Baker Kurv Magazine.
I was born on June 30th, 1991. I often say I wasn’t born into a familyof artists because I didn’t want people to think I was influenced at anearly age by my parents to become one, because I wasn’t. My mother is(now) a musical therapist for people with developmental disabilities. Myfather owns a floral shop that his father owned, and he often walks towork. Growing up, I was an outdoor kid. I flourished in the small townenvironment. I lived on the alley and down that alley was where mybest friend Sam lived. She has been my best friend since I was three.Sam and I didn’t play house, we didn’t play hop-scotch or jumprope. It was almost as if we were too good for that... We had planets,and alternate dimensions. I began photography by documenting thoseplaces, mainly, Beanie Baby Planet.Eight or so years later, at 15, we were driving along a countyroad, on one of our summer photo excursions. I miss the hell out of .....I miss the petty arguments over the map. Being lost somewhere in central Illinois, we were surrounded by corn – we are always surrounded by corn. My mother was driving on a crazy gravel road. She was worried that the tyres were going to pop. Samantha was sitting in the back behind my mum clutching her cell phone, telling us that the children of the corn were coming to get her and that she was going to call the police. My mom told me later that she kept hearing some kind of odd whimpering coming from the back seat.....

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Kurv feature Archibald Prize 2008.

A Picture Of Me And The Kids.

A tribute to motherhood. A celebration of love. You Are What Is Most Beautiful About Me, the self-portrait of Del Kathryn Barton and her children is the winner of this years Archibald prize for portraiture: although it is not without controversy.
While there is always much ado regarding the winning entry what is arguably Australia’s most celebrated art award, recent events have conspired to make this the most contentious yet, as Barton’s bright, illustrative piece narrowly edged out Vincent Fantuzzo’s lifelike painting of the late Heath Ledger for top honours.
Image supplied by the Art Gallery of NSW.

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Bernd and Hilla Becher, Kurv magazine.

WATERTOWERS by Bernd and Hilla Becher. 

Guggenheim Museum tells "..Since 1957 the Bechers have traveled throughout Europe and North America taking black-and-white photographs of industrial architecture: water towers, coal silos, blast furnaces, lime kilns, grain elevators, preparation plants, pithead gears, oil refineries, and the like. They organize their photographs into series based exclusively on functional typologies and arrange them into grids or rows. This serves both..."

Watertowers is available through MIT Press.

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Francesco Scavullo.

The late great, Francesco Scavullo 'Hollywood Women'

Herakleidon, Experience in Visual Arts had this to say;  "..As famous as the people he photographed, for over 50 years Francesco Scavullo immortalized celebrities in every field of endeavor.  Among the eclectic mix were emerging and established stars in fashion, beauty, music, film, theatre and sports. Scavullo's innovative lighting technique and impeccable artistry created iconic images that are now part of the American cultural landscape. His photographs graced the covers of Vogue, Cosmopolitan, Rolling Stone, Life, Time, Newsweek, Town and Country, Harper's Bazaar, Mademoiselle, Glamour, Harper's and Queen, L'Officiel and Max.

The celebrities that have been photographed by Scavullo include but are not limited to Mick Jagger, Sting, Janis Joplin, Bernadette Peters, Diana Ross, Cher, Luciano Pavarotti, Ravi Shankar, Lena Horne, Deborah Harry, David Bowie, Lauren Bacall, Sophia Loren, Liza Minnelli, Barbra Streisand, Faye Dunaway, Susan Sarandon, Rene Russo, Elizabeth Taylor, Glenn Close, Bette Midler, Bette Davis, Anthony Hopkins, Paul Newman / Joan Woodward, Brad Pitt, Isabella Rosselini, Muhammad Alli and Salvador Dali..."

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Ellen Von Unwerth Kurv Magazine

You can always trust the Europeans to make an impression, and,when French crystal kingdom Baccarat enlisted German photographerEllen Von Unwerth to photograph their 2007/2008 collection, thismeeting of the minds and the masters resulted in one of the lustiest and classiest collaborations witnessed in the advertorial world in many a year. It’s Freud meets the Moulin Rouge, it’s hopeless romanticism meets existentialism, it’s the dependability of bratwurst and the indulgence of escargot. It’s lust, legacy and love all caught in the twinkling of chandeliers and the clinking of crystal flutes. Shot entirely in black and white, the imagery contains a timeless quality, coloured only with the apparent sense of celebration it.... 

Ellen von Unwerth unique photo perspective on Baccarat Crystal, the French Crystal Kingdom.

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