Posts Tagged ‘monograph’

Weekend Hot Links

Friday, November 18th, 2016

Happy Friday! There is always room for art. We hope to enrich your weekend with recent art, design, and culture goodies shared by the SVACE faculty and community.

Illustration by Benjamin Marra for Vulture

Illustration by Benjamin Marra for Vulture

Strange Doctor (Vulture): On the enduring legacy of an elusive comics pioneer. (via SVA News)

Redesigned Again (New York Times): Inside the 21st-century craze for redesigning everything (via SVA MFA Interaction Design)

Special Spaces (Architect): New books feature Jane Jacobs, Gordon Matta-Clark, mapping, and data to examine cities and technology. (via SVA Design Research)

Rand’s World (Design Observer): Paul Rand was a godfather of graphic design manifesto-monographs. (via Steven Heller)

Prime Photos (TIME): How do you choose the 100 best photos of all time? (via SVA Digital Photo)

Quick Draw (Quick Draw): Play Pictionary with Google’s AI. (via SVA MFA Visual Narrative)


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See Into You

Thursday, April 25th, 2013

Tonight! CCNY Conversation Series

Keren Moscovitch in a conversation with Allen Frame about Me Into You and book signing!

Keren Moscovitch, "Last Night," 2010

Thursday, April 25, 2013, 7–9pm
SVA Amphitheater
209 East 23rd Street, 3rd floor
Free admission, please bring photo ID for building entry!

Keren Moscovitch, "Sucking," 2009

SVACE faculty member, summer residency director, and photographer extraordinaire Keren Moscovitch presents Me Into You, a self-published limited edition monograph contextualized within her experiences in an open relationship. The body of work investigates both the limits and infinite possibility of intimacy, and what happens when one’s intimate life starts to lack boundaries. She will be joined in conversation by essayist and photographer Allen Frame in a discussion about photography, intimacy and the intersection between the two.

The event will be followed by a Q&A session and book signing.

Keren Moscovitch, "My First Time Watching," 2009