The Art of Artifact

As quintessential to the shaping of a legend as his or her own likeness are the personal affects that become artifacts through the masterful lens of photography. From Jesse Frohman's seldom-seen portraits of the late-great Elvis Presley's .357 Python to Jim Herrington's widely-storied reclamation of Bette Davis' cigarette butt, decommissioned objects otherwise relegated to the mundanity of everyday ephemera find contemporaneous life with the artful recycling of music and cinema iconography. Paying homage to "The Art of Artifact", this sui generis collection explores the negative space of pop culture's collective conscience and the "stuff" of which it is made.

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    Diverging from the pop rock of the early 1960s, the Rolling Stones pioneered the gritty, heavier-driven sound that would come to define hard(er) rock....

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    A Seasonal Homage to Millennial Music History

    "Summer, summer, summertime, time to sit back and unwind." What the 1991 hit by DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince may lack in profundity is more than made...

  • Debbie Harry, "Shades"

    July Birthdays

    From stars and stripes to Ringo Starr and Jack White of The White Stripes, July is chock-full of birthday celebrations. To commemorate the season in quintessentially...


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