The artist Banksy decided to make the streets of New York his new playground for the month of October. And he offers multiple interventions, always trying to ask passersby on our ways of thinking. Diverse and varied experience to discover in a selection of images.
The New York City Ballet presents New Beginnings: a video featuring Maria Kowroski and Ask the Court in the pas de deux After the Rain by Christopher Wheeldon on the terrace of Four World Trade Center in Manhattan. A sublime performance filmed at sunrise heralding a new beginning for the city.
The cartographic work of Toronto-based self-taught artist Jazzberry Blue is awesome. At the edge of abstraction, the major cities such as Paris, New York or London, are shown around the axes that compose and structure: streets, rivers … An original way to rediscover these cities.
Jason Hawkes invites us to discover beautiful pictures of New York, specifically in Midtown, the business district of the island of Manhattan. One minute and ten seconds of absolutely beautiful aerial images. More after the jump.
Based in San Francisco, Sunset District Pictures spent 12 days in New York, taking with them their Canon 7D to film all the highlights of their trip. Keeping only shots of a second then mounted with talent, the result can soak up the atmosphere of this unique city.
James Turrell created for the Guggenheim museum in New York a wonderful specific installation called “Aten Reign”. It’s the first installation of the famous american artist in New York since 1980. Wonderful coloured spaces to discover in images in the article.
Gareth Pearson provides us with this beautiful video “Yeah New York” a beautiful love declaration to the streets of the Big Apple and its people from different backgrounds. A simple design and very successful creation to discover in the article on the music ‘Peaking Lights – Hey Sparrow’.
To promote the Brooklyn Brewery’s Mash tour across USA, filmmakers Landon Van Soest and Paul Trillo created a stop motion tour of the borough using over 3000 still photos around New York and its wonderful places. A wonderful video to discover in the article.
This is My Court is the name of this video by Jonathan et Josh Bakeron the culture of street basketball in the USA. Perfectly controlled, this black and white creation is a declaration of love to streetball culture to discover in the following video.
New York Rework is a video made by Sébastien Desmedt trying to play with the architecture of the Big City. Using graphics tricks to give a futuristic look to these settings, this creation mounted on a Chromatics music is discovered in the future.
Situ Studio has done on Times Square this art installation called HeartWalk. This sculpture is composed of elements recovered after the Hurricane Sandy and represents with beauty a heart in which the most romantic can pose. To discover in the future.
Anthony Scott Burns & Chris Bahry have made this great video credits for Styleframes NYC. Produced by the Canadian studio Tendril based in Toronto, this highly successful video mixing live action and 3D elements modeled and integrated. More in the future.
New York Biotopes, is the name of this project graduation of Lena Steinkühler. With image manipulation very successful New York is transformed under the influence of a strange vegetation. More in the future.
Tutu Project is an initiative to raise funds for Carey Foundation, which is dedicated to breast cancer. The man in this picture taken in various locations with tutu is a person who has supported and accompanied his wife to the disease a few years ago. More in the future.
Tom Olesnevich is a photographer specialized in sport who has worked for many events in the USA. His last idea was to photograph his journey by bike in New York to give a new look at the Big Apple. Images to discover more.