The Invention of the “Snapshot” Changed the Way We Viewed the World- page 1 | Innovation | Smithsonian (via manyfacepalms)
This, This, this is a collaborative publication produced by James Woodfill and Matt Wycoff. The book is part of a fifteen-year dialogue between the two artists that has included numerous exhibitions, articles, interviews and conversations. This, This, this is a limited edition of 100. Each forty-page, full color eight by ten inch copy includes a hand-signed and numbered authentication card. They’re available here:
for $ 75.00 each plus shipping. More information can be found at:
The exhibition “NEW WORKS BY TRAVIS SHAFFER AND ALEXIS CALLENDER” will be up in the Bingham Gallery on the University of Missouri’s campus until August 28th, when there will be a closing reception. The artists will hold a panel and discussion from 5:00-6:00 p.m.
The image above is from Travis Shaffer's body of work”O WHITE GODS” that is currently on display.
400% enlargement, 2014
shredded photograph, on paper.
15 x 11 inches.
i love you, the new inquiry. good read. where are you, rest of the art world? i posted this on my FB earlier today, but i need to say it again:
“I’m throwing mad shade at the art community right now. Why so quiet during all this turmoil?! I see you, cowards, watching from the sidelines.”
"Especially the photographers of the community. A lot of you fuckers are shooting "America" and making books and bullshit to post online and you don’t post anything NOW about what’s happening in America? Stoops"
edit: to clarify my point a bit, i personally believe that artists should be the first ones to show solidarity and outrage, you know?