Lense: Les portraits saisissants de personnes sans-abris par Jeffrey Wolin

Le photographe américain Jeffrey Wolin présente une nouvelle série frappante : Faces of Homelessness, un reportage qui pointe les réflecteurs sur la crise du logement à travers des portraits de personnes sans-abris.

PetaPixel: Photographer Uses Photos and Words to Help Understand Homelessness

Photographer Jeffrey A. Wolin’s Faces of Homelessness is a photo/text series that focuses on people who are homeless or have been homeless in the past. In January 2020, there were 580,466 people experiencing homelessness in America. Most were individuals (70 percent), and the rest were people living in families with children. COVID-19 disrupted statistics for 2021, and these would be available later this year.

Andy Freeberg: Catherine Edelman, Art Miami

Artsy: What Collectors Need to Know about Art Shipping

Most artwork is static. Consequently, when art is moved—either within a gallery or collection, or between sites—the level of risk shoots up. There are dozens of famous examples of artwork being lost, stolen, or damaged while in transit—from Francisco de Goya’s Children with a Cart (1779), which was stolen in 2006 near Scranton, Pennsylvania, while on its way to the Guggenheim in New York; to the firebombing of Gustave Courbet’s The Stone Breakers (1849) in 1945 while it was being moved out of Dresden, Germany; to the accidental destruction of Lucian Freud’s Untitled Oil Painting (1960s) in 2000 by handlers at Sotheby’s who mistook its box for an empty crate.