CELEBRATING 25 YEARS OF RAW VISION, THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF THE ART OF THE “UNKNOWN GENIUSES”, WHO ARE CREATORS OF OUTSIDER ART. ALL IMAGES FROM RAW VISION, UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED.
Rineke Dijkstra, ’Hilton Head Island, S.C., USA, June 24, 1992’ and ’Kolobrzeg, Poland, July 26, 1992’
Mark Dorf is a Brooklyn-based artist who is interested in how we define and quantify our surroundings through math and science. Take a look at his photographs: http://nyr.kr/1k0hHr4
RGB Colorspace Atlas (2011)
A book containing every single colour in the world, by Tauba Auerbach.
When Cristina de Middel quit her job as a photojournalist on a Spanish newspaper to take a year-long sabbatical, she could scarcely have imagined how momentous that decision would prove to be. In 2011 De Middel started work on a project inspired by
Collection could be broken up in legal action over 1944 deed of trust
Read an extract from Noah Cicero’s dystopian new novel for the post-recession age
As the church bells ring out in Trastevere, where we have fixed our appointment, his face comes to mind… Giorgio Agamben appeared as the apostle Philip in Pier Paolo Pasolini’s The Gospel According to St. Matthew (1964). At that time the young law student, born in Rome in 1942, hung around with the artists and intellectuals grouped around the author Elsa Morante. The dolce vita? A moment of intense friendships, in any case. Little by little the jurist turned toward philosophy, following Heidegger’s seminar in Thor-en-Provence. He then threw himself into editing the works of Walter Benjamin, a thinker who has never been far from his thought, as well as Guy Debord and Michel Foucault.