DAVID D’ARCY

Feature: Form vs. Function

Visit the office of an art museum director, and you will probably see works of art hanging on the walls, maybe even a sculpture on a shelf. But one thing you are almost certain to find is a strategically placed table holding a model of a new wing or building, with a hard hat nearby. […]

Art: Through the Lens

Richard Avedon first gained fame for the revolutionary, compelling fashion photos that he shot for Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue during the 1940s, but he always knew that fashion was not his only calling. The magazine commissions paid the bills and allowed him to pursue the portrait photography that he found truly fulfilling. From the 1940s […]