Renowned wildlife photographer Thomas Vijayan adds another award to his impressive résumé by being named Nature TTL Photographer of the Year 2023. His winning photograph of the Austfonna Ice Cap beat over 8,000 images that were entered into the competition. The haunting photo is not only beautiful, but also a stark reminder of how global warming is rapidly melting sea ice. “This is nature in its most urgent state of decay.
Artist Daniel Arsham and French gallerist Emmanuel Perrotin are celebrating 20 years of collaboration with a dual exhibition in New...
Animals large and small are reimagined in Georgie Seccull‘s dynamic style.
With roots in China and a long history in Japan, bonsai trees are instantly recognizable for their petite, yet artistic forms. Fans of these little plants will go to a great deal of effort to care for them properly. For one artist in Manchester, England, however, bonsai trees are carefully crafted and require no upkeep. What began as a therapeutic exercise for Andy Elliot has since grown into a full-fledged creative endeavor.
The ancient Romans are known for the empire they built by conquest.
According to the Association of American Medical Colleges, about 36.3% of active physicians in the U.S. are women.
German brand Leica makes cameras that have been a favorite tool among creatives for years. That's why, over the last two decades, Leica’s Leitz Photographica Auction has caught the attention of photography enthusiasts and professionals alike. At this event, the company showcases a selection of rare and vintage cameras and lenses from the company's hundred-year-old history—a thrilling experience for both artists and collectors.
The Concorde, known for its legacy as an incredibly fast airliner, was only in service for 27 years.
Although everyone ages, there is still a sense of shame or fear about getting older for many people.
All languages have nuances. Though we may study grammar and vocabulary in school, languages are not set in stone—they are alive. It's this evolving quality that allows us to build new terms that best express our current reality or add new meanings to the words we already have. This mutation of speech goes even further, constructing new dialects as a result of an ever-changing society.
Some communities have taken extra precautions to protecting wildlife, but roadways are typically dangerous areas for animals.
After stunning the world with its spectacular Fourth of July display, the Las Vegas Sphere has opened itself to art...