Το Πανεπιστήμιο του Harvard προαναγγέλλει μια μεγάλη έκθεση για το Bauhaus με μια εξαιρετική χειρονομία. Παρέχει, εδώ και μερικές μέρες, δωρεάν πρόσβαση στο αρχείο της συλλογής Bauhaus μέσα από τη διαδικτυακή του πλατφόρμα
Historical towns that kept old buildings, cobbled streets founded by English Puritans in 1630.
[Shot in Athens. April 2014. 20 photographs and 1 cover image. Music by Christos Chrissopoulos]
«I visit my mother’s apartment when she is away. I believe that, in this way, I can understand better how she lives. I go from to room looking closely at every object that keeps her company. Objects do not lie».
Frank G. Carpenter, journalist, author, photographer, and world traveler, was born in Mansfield, Ohio in 1855. Following his graduation from the University of Wooster in Ohio in 1877, Carpenter began working for the Cleveland Leader and in 1882 he became the Washington, D.C. correspondent for that newspaper and had a regular column entitled “Carp’s Washington.”
Mayeul Akpovi is a motion time-lapse photographer and short film creator from Benin and currently living in Besançon, France. In a recent series entitled Paris in Motion, Akpovi took over 6,500 photos to create two incredible timelapse, stopmotion films (shown below).