Andrew Nunes

Photos

Sun-Kissed Film Photos Show Youth Blooming in Beirut

Gogy Esparza and Jey Perie show the universality and complexity of youth culture through objective portrayals of Lebanese youth.
Andrew Nunes
6.12.17
THE APOCALYPSE

Absurd But Amazing Ideas for Turning Technology into Tools for the Apocalypse

When the big one comes, artist Bea Fremderman asks, who's to say a Blackberry wouldn't make a great weapon?
Andrew Nunes
2.28.17
animal art

This Is What Happens When Humans Use Animals to Make Art

'Animal Intent,' an exhibit at NYC's apexart, incorporates interventions and creations made by animals.
Andrew Nunes
2.28.17
Politcal Art

See 50 Years of the Incredible Art Made from Breaking News

'Breaking News: Turning the Lens on Mass Media' chronicles some of the best art from print and televised media.
Andrew Nunes
2.21.17
gallery shows

Raymond Pettibon Can't Help but Capture America's Cultural Zeitgeist

The prolific artist has two concurrent shows in New York right now.
Andrew Nunes
2.19.17
Art

These Naked Couples Really Don't Give a F*ck If You Stare

Anna Vekri’s nude drawings are sincere, not sexual.
Andrew Nunes
2.14.17
Art

Geometric Flower Drawings Are Like Mutating DNA Frozen in Time

Mary Judge’s repetitive floral drawings are an exercise in making something different from the same form.
Andrew Nunes
2.8.17
Art

See Flowers in a New Light in This Hallucinatory Photo Series

A photographic series by Maggie West, will change the way you look at your favorite plants.
Andrew Nunes
2.7.17
Art

Generations of Artist-Provocateurs Join Forces in ‘Piss and Vinegar’

An ongoing exhibition at the New York Academy of Art explores how pushing buttons artistically has changed over the years.
Andrew Nunes
2.6.17
Art

Cut-Out Collages Turn Medical Magazines into 'Lord of the Flies' Characters

Artists Michael Tunk and John Vochatzer have joined forces to recreate you favorite fictional boys stranded on an island.
Andrew Nunes
2.4.17
Technology

'Spider Drone' Sculptures Marry Surveillance and 60s Sci-Fi

'Vision Instruments,' Björn Schülke’s ongoing show at bitforms gallery, uses seemingly futuristic technology to make ultimately purposeless sculptural objects.
Andrew Nunes
2.3.17
Art

Sensual Slow-Motion Portraits Breathe New Life into Street Photography

Jeff Hodsdon’s gives new flourishes to street photography.
Andrew Nunes
2.3.17
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