Portrait of Sakip Sabanci

9,216 LCD screens of people who crossed paths with Turkish businessman and philanthropist Sakıp Sabancı, created for the tenth anniversary of his death.

Kutluğ Ataman, 2014
“All the World’s Futures”  – The Venice Biennale
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Terry O’Neil, 1974
Photoshoot for David Bowie, Diamond Dogs LP
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Musings on the Bern and feeling “old”

The media pundits call Bernie Sanders many things: communist, hippie, whackjob from Vermont, and old man who appeals to kids. Lately, a hot topic in the news is his big appeal to millennials, those mysterious young humans around us aged 34 years or less.

My opinion on age is that it’s really is nothing but a number; maybe I’m just pretending I’m not old. Read more…

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Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red

888,246 ceramic poppies @ Tower of London, dedicated to 100th anniversary of the start of World War I.

Paul Cummins, 2014
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MUI

The other day, I was innocently doing laundry when a typical father-son discourse ensued. The topic: underwear. No, really.  Read more…

Havana

Stephane Couturier. 2006 photo series “Melting Point”
Melting Point, Benrubi Gallery
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Backs 

Magdalena Abakanowicz, 1980. Burlap
Tate Modern, London
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Autumn Cannibalism

Salvador Dali, 1936
Tate Modern, London
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Anne de la Rouchefoucauld & Leonardo DaVinci, 1520
Stairway of Château de la Rochefoucauld, Charente, France
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Spaghetti

Jesus Rafael Soto, 1990. Plastic tubes
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
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