After New York, Mexico, and Cuba, photographer Omar Z. Robles goes home with his set of ballet photos in Puerto Rico. As usual, the talented photographer recruited local ballerinas to participate in his shoot, capturing them in the urban landscape for breathtaking ballet dancer photos. While in Puerto Rico to visit his ailing grandmother, Robles reflected […]

Once a year, the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards celebrate the amazing diversity—and the overwhelming silliness—of the animal kingdom. As a comical copycat of the animal-themed photography contests historically held by institutions like the National Geographic and London’s Natural History Museum, this quirky competition showcases the not-so-serious side of nature. From an adorable, corn-on-the-cob-loving chipmunk to […]

The Windows Vs Mac Vs Linux debate continues. Their fans continue to be at the each others throat. The baseline of most debate is that Windows is clumsy and full of security issues, Linux is complicated and not user-friendly and Mac is all looks that burns your money for each and everything. There are forums, […]

Der türkische Fotograf Burhan Ozbilici wird heuer mit dem World Press Photo Award ausgezeichnet. Die Siegerfotos der verschiedenen Kategorien in der Bilderstrecke. Das World Press Photo des Jahres 2016 zeigt den Attentäter, der den russischen Botschafter in Ankara im Dezember 2016 erschoss. Dafür wird der türkische Fotograf Burhan Ozbilici von der Nachrichtenagentur AP mit dem […]

Over 100 years ago, a French banker named Albert Kahn undertook a massive photography project that became known as The Archives of the Planet. Sending photographers to every continent, Kahn aimed to collect colour snapshots from all corners of the Earth using a brand new technology known as the Autochrome Lumiere. Over 72,000 colour images were taken […]

With entries by photographers from over 100 countries in 11 categories, the jury of the second Siena International Photo Awards had their hands full to select the winning images. The winners were revealed at a ceremony held in Siena, Italy on October 29 and the victors will have their images displayed through November 30 in […]

bravallafestivalen/facebook by LIAM DEACON        11 Jan 2017 The number of Swedes claiming to have been sexually assaulted has risen by 70 per cent in two years, with more than 13 per cent of women reporting to be too fearful to go out in the evening. In 2014, just 1 per cent of Swedes said they had […]

Foto: KURIER/Jeff MangioneHermann Nitsch, der Wiener Aktionist im Gespräch mit dem KURIER  Blut, Gedärme, Kadaver: Vor 60 Jahren hatte Hermann Nitsch die Idee für sein „Orgien Mysterien Theater“. Der Künstler im Gespräch über den Zweiten Weltkrieg, die Tagespolitik und „Angepasste“. Inklusive Video. Wie üblich ist er ganz in Schwarz gekleidet. Das Sakko versteckt seinen Hals, das Hemd […]

  There’s a palpable energy in every brush stroke of Salman Khoshroo’s enormously striking large-scale palette knife portraits. Khoshroo masterfully maneuvers the tool so that the paint seems to ooze off of his canvases and amass into dynamic figures full of tension and intensity. Currently based in Tehran, Khoshroo is a self-taught painter who originally obtained his degree in digital arts. […]

US-Forscher haben mit den Methoden der Hirnforschung vergeblich versucht, die Funktionsweise einer MOS-6502-CPU aus dem C64 nachzuvollziehen. Müssen sie also ihre Methoden ändern, um das menschliche Gehirn verstehen zu können? Seit Jahrhunderten versuchen Forscher zu verstehen, wie das Gehirn funktioniert. Nun haben sich der Computerwissenschaftler Eric Jonas und der Neurologe Konrad Paul Kording zusammengetan, um […]