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Beauty, Impermanence And Memory: Kevin Palme Dramatic Hyper-realistic Ice Cube Paintings
'Towers, walls, and pyramids of ice cubes in various states of melting are, of course, impermanent. These ice structures were designed to fail and simply melt, returning to a prior state. Cast against dark backgrounds and photographed in high contrast light, there is something beautiful about these ...  More
Jan. 17, 2018
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Branded In Memory: Signs.com Asks 150 Americans To Draw 10 Famous Logos From Memory
The logos of global corporations like Apple, Starbucks, and Foot Locker are designed to create instant brand associations in the minds of billions who see them every day. But how accurately can we remember the features and colors of these famous symbols? To find out, Signs.com asked over 150 ...  More
Jan. 6, 2018
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What We Leave Behind: Vicki Reed Lifesize Cyanotype Portraits Of Her Parents Dealing With Memory Loss
'What We Leave Behind' is a series of lifesize cyanotype portraits on fabric that photographer Vicki Reed made of her parents, in their late eighties and suffering from memory loss and dementia, before their move to a nursing home.  ...  More
Nov. 4, 2017
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Flashback: Kim Cogan Explores Memories As A Source Of Meaning For The Future
Artist Kim Cogan explores the iconography of our memories in his first solo exhibition in San Francisco in over 5 years. Flashback is both a consequence of Cogan’s earlier works dealing with time, memory and place as a source of meaning, and it is also the inception of a new inquiry on imagery ...  More
Oct. 5, 2017