Animals Are People Too

August 1, 2015

Tonight, Saturday, August 1st, something extraordinary will take place in New York City. Images of endangered animals will be projected on the Empire State Building to raise consciousness about conservation. We can’t wait! The internet has unleashed the fury of most people when it comes to the abuse and murder of animals. Used to be […]

Ocean of Images

June 24, 2015

With new technologies, photographers are experimenting with the medium in fresh and original ways. Here are some of the artists MoMa’s has chosen for “Ocean of Images”, the exhibition celebrating the 30th anniversary of its New Photography show, opening November 7. Lucas Blalock Ilit Azoulay Basim Magdy Edson Chagas Natalie Czech Lieko Shiga David Hartt Mishka […]

Mary Ellen Mark: Tough Love

May 27, 2015

She aimed her camera at those in the margins and the shadows. People we tend to avert our eyes from. She made them present and unforgettable by capturing them with compassion but without sentimentality, a memento of tough love. “I just think it is important to be direct and honest with people about why you […]

Plankton: The Art of Nature

May 26, 2015

These fascinating microscopic creatures, known as plankton, are 98% of the ocean’s habitat. They are also extremely beautiful, and captured here in photographs by Christian Sardet.

The Whitney is Coming Downtown!

April 24, 2015

Where it belongs. We are looking forward to exactly one week from now, May 1, when the museum opens its doors downtown, looking out to the Hudson River, abutting the despicably gentrified Meatpacking (where’s the beef?) district, and anchoring our beloved High Line.  In anticipation of the opening, here are some of our favorite gems from […]

Black & White Matters

April 1, 2015

Elegant, expressive, powerful. Never out of style. The Alpha and the Omega. The beginning and the end of light. “Black and white is more direct as a source of communication.” Roger Deakins. 


March 18, 2015

Close to one hundred years ago, an art movement was born out of rebellion. At the dawn of the 20th century, after the horrors of World War I, a group of artists decided art needed revolution. It needed to shed its bourgeois complacency, it needed to respond to modern horror and modern times. The DADA movement […]

Vivian Maier: The Accidental Artist

March 3, 2015

She was a shy and reclusive nanny who liked to take pictures. She never sought attention for her photographs. When her work was discovered, she turned out to be an incredible photographer, with a great eye and a knack for capturing impromptu moments. We recommend the excellent documentary Finding Vivian Maier (available on Netflix DVD).

Join The Movement!

August 29, 2012

      We are proud to announce that our landing page is out! There you can learn what DADA. Power To The Artists! is all about. And you can sign up to be among the first ones to try our Beta version, which is coming out very soon. Drop us a comment. Let us […]

Tribal Art

August 17, 2012

Hans Silvester has been taking photos of the people of the Omo Valley in Ethiopia. They have a great sense of style. Their body paint and decoration reflects the seasons and the changes in nature. They are natural artists.  

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