An interesting TED Talk by musician, artist and writer David Byrne on the evolution of music and music venues…
“Objects of Life,” a collaborative exhibit by rock legend Patti Smith and fashion photographer Steven Sebring, opened this week at the Robert Miller Gallery. It’s a complement to the pair’s Sundance-award winning documentary, “Dream of Life.” It’s also a must -see. For more info, check out my review for The New York Times Style Magazine.
Next week, Â the Brooklyn Museum opens an exhibit solely devoted to rock ‘n’ roll photographers from 1955 through today. Who Shot Rock & Roll will feature an impressive collection for sure, featuring around 175 photos by 105 photographers: including everything from Andreas Gursky‘s nine-by-seven-foot tour-de-force of Madonna performing in 2001, to Don Hunstein‘s photo of… Continue reading Who Shot Rock & Roll
Check out this new TED talk by Julian Treasure. It’ll change the way you think about the role and impact of sounds in our world.
From top: MTC facade corner at twilight; MTC foyer level, MTC Sumner Theatre, MRC & MTC facade, MRC foyer main stairs, MRC Elisabeth Murdoch Hall balcony **All photographs by John Gollings; Images courtesy of ARM Australian design consultancy ARM continues to push the envelope down-under. Their latest projects, the Melbourne Recital Centre and Â neighboring MTC… Continue reading ARM: Avant Garde Architecture in Melbourne