Motohide Takami’s images locate the exact distance at which you can contemplate tragedy yet remain untouched by its damage.
The Daily Targum, Rutgers’s 150-year-old student newspaper, is struggling for financial survival after it lost most of its funding in a recent student referendum.
Local residents cordoned from their homes and businesses for 10 weeks following the devastating blaze.
The campaign, launched by three friends and supporters of Saye’s, aims to raise £50,000 to promote the work of other young artists.
The artist, who lived with her mother on the 20th floor of the 24-story building, was last heard from at 3am this morning.
The kinetic sculpture behind the Rio 2016 Olympic cauldron is so hypnotic you might not have noticed the flame itself is rather tiny compared to past games.
“My interest in participating in this book you’re about to make,” Brendan Fowler tells me, “is that I think it will be a document that would have been useful to me before I’d had my fire.”
Last week, the United States lost one of its quirkiest historical museums to a wildfire in northern California.
The fire that consumed a file storage warehouse on the Williamsburg waterfront a week and a half ago has left artists in the building next door reeling.
On April 19, Barcelona’s iconic Sagrada Familia Basilica, designed by famed architect Antoni Gaudi, caught fire. A fire burned inside the structure for over 45 minutes before firefighters could put it out, destroying the church’s sacristy and badly damaging the crypt.