Arts/Culture

French Artist Creates Laundry Mound To Show Randomness Of Existence

by Daelyn Fortney

Thirty tons of used clothing piled high on the floor of Manhattan’s Park Avenue Armory is the latest artistic installment from French artist Christian Boltanski. Titled “No Man’s Land” the

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Sundance Channel To Air ‘Burning Ice’ Climate Change Documentary

by Elizah Leigh

If you’re a fan of the eco-themed programming on Robert Redford’s Sundance Channel – home to Isabella Rossellini’s Green Porno series and Josh Dorfman’s The Lazy Environmentalist — then you’ll

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Winner Of NRDC’s Environmental Art Prize Unveiled!

by Elizah Leigh

Artsy eco-peeps may recall Ecorazzi’s coverage of the Natural Resources Defense Council’s first ever Environmental Art Prize a few months ago and our call to pull something together that creatively

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Gorgeous Video Captures Natural Beauty Of Iceland Volcano

by Michael dEstries

Using a Canon 5D MKII and a motorized dolly, artist Sean Stiegemeier visited the sites around the Iceland’s Eyjafjallajökull volcano and recorded the renewed eruptions May 1st-2nd. While not the

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‘Go Vegan!’ On Display In Recently Vacated Meat Packing Space

by Daelyn Fortney

A recently vacated meat packing facility in New York’s West Village may seem like an unlikely space to showcase vegetarianism but that’s just what Gavin Brown’s Enterprise is doing as

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Organic, Dead-as-a-Doornail Materials Offer Artistic Inspiration

by Elizah Leigh

From canvas and primer to oil paints and brushes, anyone hardwired to use their right brain knows that when it comes to translating creative inclinations into visual representations, whatever financial resources you might

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Al Gore Comic Book To Colorfully Save The Day

by Michael dEstries

The same folks that brought us the Ellen DeGeneres comic book earlier this year are now giving similar treatment to some famous faces across the political spectrum. From the release,

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