My favorite thing about the experience of The Imagist is watching the evolution of a new-generation of image-makers in this industry.
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In Black Forest, the Los Angeles-based artist Kelly Nipper (b. 1971) has created an environment equally informed by mythology and reality, by history and the present, by movement and objects. The project is inspired in part by the Black Forest—a wooded mountain range in Germany that has spawned legends featuring clairvoyants, magicians, sorcerers, and witches but is perhaps best known for clock making and intricately decorative wood carving.
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Calvin! Donna! Ralph! And then the generation after: Marc (of which the billion dollar 'more' is now expected ), Michael (that billion dollar standard), and Alex (they'll read him as 'young' for still another 15 years). American fashion needs that marquee name drama to justify its New York industry. But for all the hype and lights, the most fascinating new American force is The Row.
Current Reading: The Analysis Of Beauty: Written In View Of Fixing The Fluctuating Ideas Of Taste: William HograthSubmitted by Wayne on Wed, 2014-02-12 14:40.