Gerda Taro,A forgotten photojournalist

In July 1937 a Jewish emigre from Nazi Germany became the first female war photographer to die on assignment. At the age of 26, Gerda Taro was just starting to make a name for herself and had already helped launch the career of the young Robert Capa. Gerda Taro spent the last day of her…

A dark mirror to pop art

The rock star Alice Cooper has found an Andy Warhol masterpiece that could be worth millions “rolled up in a tube” in a storage locker, where it lay forgotten for more than 40 years. Andy Warhol’s Electric Chair, 1964: a dark mirror to pop art….   The work in question is a red Little Electric…

Art From The Holocaust

A new exhibition in Berlin explores the grim realities of life for Jews in Nazi camps and ghettoes. A historic new exhibit, Art from the Holocaust, opened in the rear wing of the German Historical Museum in Berlin last week. For the first time ever, art from the collection of Jerusalem’s Yad Vashem Museum is…

Mary Wallace,Artist

Art,photography,literature,design will introduce you to so many wonderful people.It sometimes brings people into an area where they feel that they have a common thread,it has happened to me numerous times through my love for the arts,it has brought me back to the past to a place,maybe through a piece of work,photograph,or individual it is nice when…

Bus Virgin – Buenos Aires to Puerto Madryn, Argentina

Originally posted on Image Earth Travel:
March, 2011 After haggling for a taxi (AR$30) from Centro in Buenos Aires, arrived at the Retiro Omnibus station 2 hours early for the 18-hour bus trip to Puerto Madryn in Argentina. The ticket vendor advises us to be at the bus station an hour before departure. Don’t bother,…