Month: January 2022

Jan
31
Photography

W. Eugene Smith Fund Announces 2022 Call for Entries : Smith Grant in Humanistic Photography, Chapnick Grant, and Smith Student Grant

 

43rd Annual Smith Grant Will Award $40,000 to Top Entry While Howard Chapnick and Smith Student Grants Award $10,000 and $5,000, respectively.

The W. Eugene Smith Fund announced it is now accepting applications for its 43rd annual Grant in Humanistic Photography and will return to its tradition of awarding a single grant of

Glading Marteen
Jan
30
art design

Sales Were A-Poppin’ at the Fog Design and Art Fair in San Francisco, Showing a Strong Left-Coast Market Ahead of Frieze LA

 

The return of the FOG Design and Art fair to San Francisco’s Fort Mason pier—after going on hiatus last year amid the pandemic—brought out droves of buyers.

Both local galleries and those that visited from around the U.S. (plus a few international names) reported healthy sales and a strong showing from important private and institutional

Glading Marteen
Jan
29
movie

The Terminator movies, ranked worst to best

 

The Terminator movies have brought fans sci-fi greatness with cyborg assassins, excellent action scenes, and honestly, some great laughs. Arnie wasn’t wrong, we did keep coming back for more… but what would a ranking list of The Terminator franchise look like? Well, fortunately, we’ve rewatched all six of The Terminator movies (thanks to our The

Glading Marteen
Jan
29
art design

San Francisco’s FOG Design+Art Closes with Robust Sales and Strong Attendance

 
FOG Design+Art 2022
Image: Nikki Richter

The eighth edition of FOG Design+Art closed on Sunday, January 23, 2022, following a pause in 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Exhibitors, curators, collectors and attendees reported a strong return to the fair, noting great sales, well-curated presentations and excellent attendance throughout the fair’s run in San Francisco.

Glading Marteen
Jan
29
Photography

Brandon Lattu’s Post-Camera Photography Employs Scanners, Photoshop, and Computer Programs

 

RIVERSIDE, CA — Empirical, Textual, Contextual at UC Riverside’s California Museum of Photography, is an enlightened, mid-career retrospective of immaculate works by the Los Angeles-based artist Brandon Lattu made over the past 25 years. The show’s title is almost comically clinical. It is a deadpan description of the meta-machinations of Lattu’s vocation: empirical data presents

Glading Marteen
Jan
29
equipment

Bingung Cari Bingkisan Imlek di Ponorogo? di Sini Tempatnya

 

Ponorogo – Berbagi bingkisan saat perayaan tahun baru China, Imlek, sudah menjadi tradisi. Namun di Ponorogo masih sulit mencari penjual bingkisan Imlek.

Peluang ini ditangkap Firsta Devi. Warga Grand Sapphire Residence mencoba membuka usaha bingkisan Imlek tahun ini. Firsta membuat puding panjang umur dan murah rezeki. Hasilnya cukup mengejutkan. Baru sepekan membuka, sudah ada puluhan

Glading Marteen