#ArtByAWoman by R/GA

Did you know that although 51% of visual artists are women they only make up about 5% of permanent collections?

Our good friends over at R/GA partnered with LIFEWTR to work on this moving video about giving more visibility to women artists.

 

Magnum Print Sale – going on now!

Shop a collection of beautiful prints from Magnum Photos inspired by co-founder Robert Capa’s famous quote: “If your pictures aren’t good enough, you’re not close enough”.

Through June 9th only, you can purchase a signed 6×6″ print from legends such as Chris Steele-Perkins, Martin Parr, Steve McCurry, and many more starting at $100! You can snag yours by clicking here.

 

In NYC the exhibition is now open – The Irving Penn Centennial at the MET MUSEUM

Please go – everyone has to if they are there this summer. I can not wait to see this remarkable survey of his work along with the Rei Kawakubo Commes des Garcon exhibit in the Costume Institute at the MET – they have two amazing do not miss exhibiitions this summer.

For more Irving Penn information look here

For more information on the Commes des Garcon show look here

 

Sam Jones OFF CAMERA 100 Episodes and counting!!!

Last night at The Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills we celebrated the 100th episode of Sam Jones’ OFF CAMERA!

Hard to believe that OFF CAMERA have produced and shot 100 episodes and Congratulations to Sam and his team for all the hard work creating this unique project.

And thanks to Direct TV/Audience Network for being a great host for the party and for being the home of this dynamic show.

To learn more about the network and their programming take a look here

And if you are new to OFF CAMERA take a look at the website to learn how you can watch, listen and read this great content here

Some of the many quests have included Courtney Cox, Thandie Newton and Hank Azaria to only name 3 of 100!

 

Frank Ockenfels 3 Piece in the RARE Exhibit at Kahmann Gallery in Amsterdam!

RARE, an exhibition filled with rare and unique pieces from hand-colored to vintage 19th century Japanese Albumen prints to one of Frank’s unique David Bowie photo collages was a special show curated by the gallery where they collected and selected pieces that are one-off or in very small editions, to create a veritable as they called it ” Wunderkammer ” of photography.

And if you are wondering – ” Wunderkammer ” means – Cabinet of Curiosities!