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, 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 neighboring MTC… Continue reading ARM: Avant Garde Architecture in Melbourne