Lorna was born in 1960 Brooklyn, New York when she emerged from graduate programme in San Diego 1985 she was already considered a pioneer of conceptual photography. She became well known for her large scale photograph and text works that confront and challenge the narrow, conventional views of gender, identity, culture, history and memory. She uses the African American woman to examine the ways gender and culture shape interactions and relationships of our lives.
Travelling Installation of 1,600 Papier- Mache Pandas by Paulo Grangeon
The installation hopes to raise awareness for the conservation of the endangered animals, French artist Paulo Grangeon created ‘1,600 pandas’ that has now shown up in more than 100 cities in 20 countries all over the world. Each paper-mache panda represents one panda that is left in the wild today.
Those riding along one of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania’s major transportation routes will be surprised by what they see. Berlin-based artist Katharina Grosse transformed the passing landscape into a vibrant, magical-looking place with her project, psychylustro. It utilizes her unique spray-paint technique to spread brilliant color across chosen project sites