See Artists Photograph Summer in These Sultry Scenes from Around the Internet
See what HUO, K8 Hardy, and Hank Willis Thomas have been up to.
After all of her traveling and getting into uncomfortable outfits for her stylized pictures at some of the best art exhibitions around for her popular Instagram series, here’s Pari Ehsan—aka @paridust—just taking a dip in a pool; a very color-coordinated dip, of course.
Ed Templeton’s posts his incredible scenes at Huntington Beach in Southern California all year long. But they’re particularly apropos in these final days of summer.
Artist K8 Hardy always delivers on Instagram. Here she is exemplifying the best summer spirit with a large fry.
It’s like The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, Ed Templeton style.
Artist Hank Willis Thomas got playful with friends at his new installation “The Truth Is I See You” with the Public Art Fund at the Metrotech Promenade.
Pari Ehsan took to the field surrounding the Parrish Art Museum in the Hamptons to recreate Andrew Wyeth’s well-known mid-century painting Christina’s World.
MoMA PS1’s Allison Rodman snapped this at MoMA PS1’s Second Annual Clam Bake.
Walter Robinson ditched the Hamptons and kept it real at Asbury Park.
Walter Robinson snaps the surf.
Street artist JR was doing his thing high above Central Park.
JR also snapped this one with Katie Holmes in New York on the set of “her first feature film.”
Art critic Jerry Saltz took this picture while apparently in Connecticut and wrote, “Walking in CT. Middle of a Richter,” to which someone replied, “never saw a richter with a red barn.”
The Art Production Fund posted this picture of a cute puppy in front of Hanna Liden’s “Everything” at Hudson River Park.
Hans Ulrich Obrist’s post of Bret Easton Ellis’s scribbled musings on the LA freeways.
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