SFMOMA celebrates the beauty in simplicity with ‘donald judd: specific furniture’ exhibition

SFMOMA (san francisco museum of modern art) examines the practice of  american artist donald judd (1928–1994) in newly opened show ‘donald judd: specific furniture.’ titled after a 1964 essay, in which judd celebrates a new kind of three-dimensional artwork, freed from the traditional rules of painting and sculpture, the exhibition presents the artist’s work alongside […]

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Tutorial: How To Give Your Photos A Grunge Vibe

We often hear the word grunge in photography nowadays even though it was originally coined in the early 90s to describe a music genre. Grunge is in fact a subgenre of alternative rock that emerged in Seattle and nearby towns roughly 30 years ago. Grunge music is often described as dark, ominous, and portraying peculiar […]

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seth bogart presents a dysfunctional sex shop filled with ceramic toys in latest exhibition

in his latest exhibition, titled lick, los angeles-based artist seth bogart has created 100 seductive ceramics to form a dysfunctional sex shop in hollywood. currently on show in the city’s nino mier gallery space, the exhibiton uses the entirety of the gallery space to create an immersive, retail-like environment filled with salon-hung paintings, sex toy ceramics, papier-mâché props […]

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9 Games You Can Play To Spice Up Your Photography

Anyone who has read enough of my articles here on Light Stalking will be accustomed to me mentioning the importance of having fun with photography. Now, I’m not suggesting that photography will be fun for everyone 100% of the time. For example, there are individuals who cover pretty serious subject matter — war, addiction, poverty. […]

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