For your Sunday morning reading pleasure, here are some links of note
Amze Emmons at Printeristing sends Christopher Hartshorne some love: Crash Blossom « PRINTERESTING http://buff.ly/ZNWgTv
Christopher Gray breaks it down for us (what did you expect dept) – MoMA’s History of Demolishing Potential Landmarks – http://buff.ly/13Xsrzt
Ship Tracks and Vortices over the North Pacific Ocean : Image of the Day http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/IOTD/view.php?id=81061
SHORT Video: Maya Lin: New York | Art21 – http://buff.ly/136iD7f Speaking from her Manhattan studio in late 2012 and early 2013, artist Maya Lin discusses her new body of work, which is shown at The Pace Gallery in New York City. Lin began this series of sculptures by examining New York’s ecological past—going back to the time when streams and marshes covered Manhattan through to Hurricane Sandy when rising sea levels wreaked havoc on the city. As a lifelong environmental activist, Lin has continually created artworks that encourage viewers to rethink their immediate surroundings.
Ana Vizcarra Rankin is one of Uwishunu’s top art picks for May 2013 http://tinyurl.com/cvkcfdo – Voids that Bind: Opening May 9, Crane Arts Building, 1400 N. American Street. While you’re busy using Google Maps to find your way around the city, be sure to plug in the Crane Arts Building, where artist Ana Rankin maps the stars. With the eye of an explorer and the lens of a historian, Ana charts her place in the world through ancient cartography. Discover new skies of canvas this May.