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Get Indonesian street art smart: Glimpses from ISAD
Posted on Wednesday, August 15th, 2012
The Indonesian Street Art Database (ISAD) is a new artist-run project that aims to archive street art in Indonesia as a documentation of the country’s urban culture.
Documentary and art photography crossover exhibition attempts to portray alternate realities of war
Posted on Wednesday, October 27th, 2010
The work of number of photographers and artists that, in various direct or indirect ways, deal with the Iraq and Afghanistan war were collected together for the late 2010 exhibition late “Bringing the War Back Home” at Impressions Gallery. The works blur the boundaries between documentary photography and art, often manipulating common images of the war to present a view different from that given by photojournalists. Artists include: Farhad Ahrarnia, Sama Alshaibi, Lisa Barnard, Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin, Edmund Clark, Kay May, Asef Ali Mohammad, Christopher Sims, Peter van Agtmael. Continue reading