The gap between the wealthy and the poor as evident as in these pictures can go without any further explanations. But keep in mind that these photos have not only been taken in so called third-world or threshold countries. El Contraste Entre La Pobreza Y La Riqueza En El Mundo
Scary: panoramic photos gone terrifyingly wrong. 31 more snapshots can be found at Distractify.
A new work of Berlin-based artist Katharina Grosse. psychylustro transforms one of Philadelphia’s major transportation thoroughfares with a series of seven bright, bold installations along the city’s rail gateway between 30th Street and North Philadelphia stations. The work unfolds in a series of seven passages – from vast, dramatic warehouse walls to small buildings and stretches of green spaces — meant to be framed through the windows of the moving train, creating a real-time landscape painting that explores shifting scale, perspective and the passage of time. Magic train world.
psychylustro – The Drama Wall / 2014 / acrylic on wall, floor, and various objects
The City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program is the largest public art program in the United States. All images © by Steve Weinik.
untitled / 2008 / acrylic on wall and floor
The wonderful and frightening world of vinyl – compiled by Fuck yeah, Schallplatten!
Vinyl is Forever!, Noth End Records
A Musical Milkman
Aikei Pro’s Records Shop, Holly Springs, Mississippi
The world’s greatest male disco dancers are over 50, wear 80’s fashion outfits and got a weakness for performances in museums. »Rave – A Cellebration of British Dance« directed by Rollo Jackson is pitched as »a neon celebration of the dance« filmed on location at the recently renovated Tate Britain, with a soundtrack from Warp artist Rustie. Warp x Tate was held last December at London’s major museum.
Warp x Tate from Rollo Jackson
Commissioned by Dazed & Confused Magazine.
The famous Prada Marfa sculpture in Texas has been hit by a vandal calling himself the TOMS Marfa. The interventionists spraypainted it blue, and covered the sculpture with TOMS stickers along with a manifesto explaining the reasons for the attack.
With »Apparatus«, American artist Roxy Paine introduces a new chapter in his work, a series of large scale dioramas. Inspired by spaces and environments designed to be activated via human interaction, a fast-food restaurant and a control room, the dioramas present spaces and objects which are hand carved from birch and maple wood and formed from steel, encased and frozen in time, void of human presence, making their inherent function obsolete. Apparatus was Paine’s first solo exhibition in Chicago at Kavi Gupta Gallery.
»Carcass«, 2013, birch, maple wood, glass, fluorescent, 13′ 7″ x 20′ 1/2″ x 13′ 13/16″ (H x W x D)
Kavi Gupta Chicago | Berlin
Photo: Joseph Rynkiewicz