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Curiosity taught the cat.
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Fotofund is a crowdfunding plataform for Photographic projects, made by Lucie Foundation. 

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ken lum, ‘melly shum hates her job’ (1990)
Creative Cloud
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PIONEER WORKS CENTER FOR ART AND INNOVATION
MANA CONTEMPORARY

Mana Contemporary is a leading arts destination and home to a vibrant, growing creative community. An integrated campus of studios, exhibition and performance spaces, art services, and programming provide an unparalleled environment for creating and experiencing art.

By exposing and exploring the artistic process, Mana offers a new way to discover and learn about art while artists are enabled to experiment and collaborate across all disciplines, forms, and media.

Mana Contemporary is a two million-square-foot contemporary art center and home to a community of artists. Inside Mana, you will find 100+ artist studios, galleries, a foundry, dance studios, a silk screening studio, exhibition space , art services, and more.

Mana provides an unparalleled environment for creating and experiencing art. By exposing and exploring the artistic process, Mana offers a new way to discover and learn about art while artists are enabled to experiment and collaborate across all disciplines, forms, and media.

Martina Bacigalupo: ‘Gulu Real Art Studio’

In 2010, the Italian photojournalist Martina Bacigalupo spent time in the city of Gulu in northern Uganda, where she came across a curious form of portraiture.

While a photograph seems to capture a frozen moment of a split second, it also captures the trace of time both in literal and symbolic senses. In the image, there are traces of my footsteps and beret. In the horizon is a band of braking waves that permeate into the dark ocean, resting and fleeting. (Photo: Self-portrait, Asbury Park, NJ, 2012. © Minny Lee)

(Hello everyone! I am one of the first year ICP-Bard MFA students. This is my first blog post here. Looking forward to our exchanges of inspirations. :>)
peterhujararchive:

Keith Cameron (II), 1981

last in my series of Hujar posts… haven’t ever seen this one before. lovely.
Boys and Girls

I want to go see this show, especially the recently donated Hujar prints before it closes at the end of the month.