Posts tagged with "Katelynn Dunn"

Harvey Stein “Mexico Between Life and Death”

Dunn. Harvey Stein is an internationally renowned street photographer who photographs people all over the world. His work spans from Mexico to New York City, Italy, India and many other places. His most recent book titled “Mexico Between Life and Death” explores the idea of humanity living in a state of limbo, that we normally call “life,” prior to death. He travelled to numerous cities in Mexico throughout the course of 14 trips in 18 years to complete this thorough body of work.

During his presentation on the book at the Mexican Cultural Institute of Washington DC, Stein discussed his style and the photographic techniques he uses to tell the stories in his work. He was specific about his straight forward approach towards photographing his subjects to express stark emotion. Stein likes to photograph his subject matter head on and without smiles to show the people he photographs in a natural and whole form. He uses the composition of people, shapes, 2D vs. 3D planes, and a combination of photographic techniques in his work to create images that challenge the eye. He uses film as an additional mode of genuine expression in his art.

Stein makes the point that although he travelled to Mexico for almost a decade for this series, he does not know Spanish. This did not hinder his ability to interact with his subjects, which is a preferred means of working with the people he photographs.

NEW VIDEO FROM YUNGBLUD & HALSEY FEAT. TRAVIS BARKER – 11 MINUTES 

By: Katelynn Dunn

NEW VIDEO FROM YUNGBLUD & HALSEY FEAT. TRAVIS BARKER – 11 MINUTES AVAILABLE TODAY 

WATCH THE COLIN TILLEY DIRECTED VIDEO HERE
 

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February 21, 2019 — (Santa Monica, CA) — The video for the recently released song from Yungblud & Halsey feat. Travis Barker – 11 Minutes (Locomotion / Geffen Records) is available HERE.

The video, directed by award-winning filmmaker Colin Tilley, explores the emotional stages of grief and loss to tell the story of 11 Minutes.  “We don’t realise how much we need something until it’s taken away from us,” says Yungblud.  “We are so distracted and focused on what’s next, we can fail to see what is actually in front of us.”

New Music from YUNGBLUD with Halsey feat. Travis Barker

By Katelynn Dunn

YUNGBLUD’s new single with Halsey and featuring musician (also former Blink-182 band member) Travis Barker is out now. The song titled 11 Minutes “tells the story of a perfect tragedy that reflects modern love within our society. We are so distracted and focused on what’s next, we can fail to see what is actually in front of us. We don’t realise how much we need something until it’s taken away from us,” says YUNGBLUD.

YUNGBLUD – 11 Minutes (with Halsey feat. Travis Barker)

Made with producer/songwriters Matt Schwartz (Cold War Kids, Kylie Minogue), Zakk Cervini (Good Charlotte, Mayday Parade) and Chris Greatti (Grimes, Black Veil Brides), the hypnotic track combines moody guitar work and high-powered drumming with Halsey and YUNGBLUD’s urgent vocal exchange to spin the story of a couple that sabotages their relationship before it’s really even begun by caving in to societal pressures.

With Halsey – the GRAMMY® Award-nominated, multi-Platinum singer/songwriter who recently topped Billboard‘s Hot 100 with her 2x Platinum hit “Without Me” – and GRAMMY® Award-nominated musician Travis Barker – who has sold millions of records with his bands blink-182, Transplants, +44, and solo work, and made Rolling Stone’s list of the greatest drummers of all time – YUNGBLUD found like-minded souls who shared his vision.

“Working with Halsey and Travis was a fucking dream – at the end of the day we’re all rock kids,” says YUNGBLUD. “We grew up with a mutual adoration for the genre so it completely makes sense that we would come together and try to modernise it.”

 

District of Fashion Runway Show

By Katelynn Dunn

DowntownDC BID held its second District of Fashion Runway Show hosted by Paul Wharton at the National Museum of Women in the Arts at 1250 New York Avenue NW in Washington, DC. This Spring/Summer 2019 fashion show showcased ten local designers of clothing and jewelry.  The beautifully curated event also featured local lighting design and décor; catering by local ramen bar Jinya, Blume Honey Water, ThinkFoodGroup, Green Hat Gin, Beam Global Spirits & Wine; and a floral installation. The surprise is that the event was free with open bar to those who RSVPed – a real treat for the DC fashion community.

Featured designers included Paloma Correal, Sincerely KAJ, Fashions by Le Tam, Cheero Citizen, Corjor International, DiDomenico, Grindstone Universal, Carmen Eliam Jewelry, Peruvian Connection, Upstairs on 7, and Christopher Schafer Clothier.

Music by Leather & Porridge and DJ Yani.

 

Maps Glover

Maps Glover closed his month long residency at the A Creative DC: Brookland studio space with a performance art piece titled “Don’t Talk to the Artist While in Practice” and an open house for fellow artists and supporters. Glover is a DMV local artist that went to school at the Delaware College of Art and Design. He creates work inspired by human behavior and observation. He visualizes how time affects that behavior and how observation of that behavior alters the viewers perspective. Performances is where he best express himself, in this medium all of the ideas he has about how we interact with our emotions and make decisions as humans comes to life.

During the residency he created 27 art pieces centered on police brutality, media, and the speed of life. In the middle of the studio stands an installation, he calls an altar, created for a previous performance series that took place at transformer dc. The installation includes paper airplanes folded, unfolded, and refolded by hand that represent the 987 African Americans killed by police brutality this year.

The checker board pattern is a new theme in the work and represents the quickness of life. These pieces touch on the theme of age due to Glover turning 27 this year. He uses visuals of news and media in a couple already sold paintings that show news personalities discussing people’s lives and ultimately misrepresenting them. Police brutality and black life are a subject matter repeatedly examined by Glover and is present throughout all of his work.

By Katelynn Dunn

Zeni Media Group interview with Maps Glover The Way That You Live: Interview with Maps Glover