• Reinventing the Magazine

    With Newsweek leaving the institution of print, we’ve marked a new era in communication.  So all of a sudden, my inherited collection of every printed Newsweek issue since the 50’s goes from its original value, up once cent… maybe.  As much as we hold onto the idea of traditional print, or as sexy we might […]

    Installation Magazine No responses April 2, 2013
  • Art Apps Worth Collecting

    So you love art and you have access to over 775,000 apps in the App Store.  Where to start? Every so often, Installation will help you traverse the rocky digital terrain by highlighting our favorite Apps: from breaking news in art and culture to Apps that are just plain gorgeous.  This week, we started thinking […]

    Installation Magazine No responses March 26, 2013
  • A Gentleman’s Breakfast

    Longtime optician and owner of Gentlemen’s Breakfast Van de la Plante shares a few of his rare and coveted frames. Our Collect department is not just limited to art but features collections of all types.  You, the optically-savy Installation reader can collect the frames that you will encounter in our digital pages and can become […]

    A. Moret No responses March 26, 2013
  • View, Point, Shoot

    “I had just discovered the Leica.  It became the extension of my eye, and I have never been separated from it since I found it.” By Garet Field-Sells    Henri Cartier-Bresson exclaimed about the camera system he used to aid in his intuition, sensibility, and understanding of his subjects.  Developing as a young cinematography artist, […]

    Installation Magazine No responses March 12, 2013
  • Leadapron: Something to Hold Onto

    Purveyor of rare books and artworks, LEADAPRON is the destination to uncover titles culture vultures crave and likely never knew existed.  Owner Jonathan Brown shares some of the gems in his collection with Installation Magazine. All images © of LEADAPRON

    A. Moret No responses March 12, 2013
  • Luke Jerram: Viral Control

    We are strangers from ourselves, in particular the anatomical construction that literally holds the fibers of our being in place.  The space within the body is as infinite and unknowable to the untrained eye as the celestial bodies that dwell above.  An understanding of the viruses that thrive within the human body are known to […]

    A. Moret No responses June 1, 2012