The Beats – Driving Cross Country in Search of Eternity

by Asia Leonardi “I saw the best minds of my generation destroyed by madness, starving hysterical naked, dragging themselves through the negro streets at dawn looking for an angry fix,  [… ] with dreams, with drugs, with waking nightmares, alcohol and cock and endless balls,  [… ] who drove cross-country seventy-two hours to find out … Continue reading “The Beats – Driving Cross Country in Search of Eternity”

Museum of Old and New Art

by Fraser Hibbitt Photos from MONA, Carl Kruse and Blooloop In 2006 the Moorilla Museum of Antiquities closed for a huge revamping and after the input of $75 million and five years of construction the Museum of Old and New Art emerged (MONA). Located in Holbart, Tasmania, the museum has since conversed with the world … Continue reading “Museum of Old and New Art”

Steve McCurry: Vulnerability Made Immortal

By Asia Leonardi Member of the Magnum, Steve McCurry graduated in 1974 in Cinematography and Theater from the University of Pennsylvania. He began work as a freelance photographer in the late 1970s, dispatching reports from India and Afghanistan, the countries with which his work is most identified. The turning point in his career happened in … Continue reading “Steve McCurry: Vulnerability Made Immortal”

Carl Kruse – The Boros Bunker

The Boros Bunker in BerlinBy Carl Kruse What to do with an abandoned, six-story tall World War II bunker in Berlin? If you’re Christian Boros, build a 10,000 square-foot penthouse atop, fill lower levels with eclectic post-1990 art and open to the public. Side view of the Boros Bunker with war damage.  Photo:  Carl Kruse … Continue reading “Carl Kruse – The Boros Bunker”