Annals of Art: Pixelated Stained Glass

This news isn't specifically about photography--well, it kind of is. But it's exciting, and sooo beautiful, you've got to see it. German artist Gerhard Richter has replaced one of the stained-glass windows in the Cologne cathedral (known to all who have attended a Photokina show) with a design of his own. The new window is a replication of one of his own paintings, done in of antique glass. It's an amazing union of ancient art and modern techno-aesthetic. Read more here.--David Schonauer

This news isn't specifically about photography--well, it kind of is. But it's exciting, and sooo beautiful, you've got to see it. German artist Gerhard Richter has replaced one of the stained-glass windows in the Cologne cathedral (known to all who have attended a Photokina show) with a design of his own. The new window is a replication of one of his own paintings, done in "pixels" of antique glass. It's an amazing union of ancient art and modern techno-aesthetic. Read more here.
--David Schonauer