Tag Archives: texture

Austin Mann: Not In the Louvre but On It

When I think of the Louvre, my mind automatically recalls world-renowned artworks such as the ancient Winged Victory of Samothrace, Eugène Delacroix’s July 28: Liberty Leading the People or its famed glass pyramids by architect I.M. Pei. I do not immediately connect this bastion of art history with contemporary art and design. But that is […]

photo essay: Breea Little

Denver-based photographer Breea Little explores happenings in everyday life. Her ongoing Bed Remnant Series considers presence and absence—the embodiment of who one is and what one represents through what is left behind both physically and emotionally. A body can occupy a space at a point in time and upon exit, partially remain through the lingering remnants of his/her being—a […]