Agnes Denes' Prophetic Wheatfield Remains As Relevant As Ever
In an act of protest against climate change and economic inequality, Denes planted a massive wheatfield in a landfill in downtown Manhattan. Nearly 40 years later her message reverberates with a poignant urgency
Highly Impressive Snow-Clearing: Japan's Tateyama-Kurobe Alpine Route - Core77
Here in the American northeast we've got a bit of a storm on, with six to twelve inches of snow projected to fall on Core77 HQ. That sounds like a lot of snow, until you put it in perspective by looking at the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route, which connects the...
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Alberto Burri | Grande Cretto, 1984-89 Gibellina. The piece commemorates the destruction of the Western Sicilian town of Gibellina in a catastrophic 1968 earthquake. Area over 120 000 square meters |...
5 Mind-Blowing Pictures of a Cave Carved Entirely by Hand
Ra Paulette, a 67-year-old sculptor by trade, has an unusual hobby: he digs caves in New Mexico's sandstone cliffs using only a pickaxe and a wheelbarrow. He never quite got around to finishing college and spent many years drifting as a hitchhiker across America, after being discharged from the U.S.
BURO. | Fashion, Beauty, Culture, Experience
Cavedigger - an award winning, independent documentary film - takes a close look at the amazing art of Ra Paulette, a cave digger in Northern New Mexico who creates surreal and beautiful environments inside these dark caves. Director Jeffrey