The Painted Portraits of Sarah Ball

Sarah Ball’s oil paintings, subtle in their complexity, are intended for the viewer to encounter the portrait’s subject intimately. The practice of physiognomy, or judging the character of a person just from their facial features or expressions, has long been a subject of fascination for the artist. In efforts like her current Anima Mundi show “Themself,” she culls her subjects from historic photographic archives, social media, and beyond. “These source images become a starting point for a methodical process of understanding, assumption and translation, where the aesthetic ‘mask’ and what lies beneath become the focus of engagement,” the gallery says.More…

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“Blossom,” Monisha Ajgaonkar’s Tribute to the LGBTQ Cause

Celebrated wedding photographer and LGBTQ activist Monisha Ajgaonkar lives a life behind the camera. But a big part of that is devoted to the commercial work for which she is well sought after. However, all the while, another part of her keeps craving for that creative mojo that only a different type of work can give, which often has nothing to do with money.The latest in her series of these creative forays, pursued purely for passion, is “Blossom.” It’s a photo story on the coming out of a transexual, through sensitive photography that depicts various emotional stages that the subject goes…

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‘Rick and Morty’ teaser reveals ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ director’s character

A little while ago we got an official release date for Rick and Morty‘s fourth season, and now we’re seeing the first new clip. In the video, we get to see Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Waititi’s guest appearance on the show. Read More: ‘Zombie Tidal Wave’ drops ridiculous first trailer with ‘Sharknado’ star To backtrack, in May we […]
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