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(Updated on 27/05/2016)



Burning Man "is a week-long annual event
held in the Black Rock Desert in northern Nevada, in the United States.
The event begins on the last Monday in August, and ends on the first Monday in September, which coincides with the AmericanLabor Day holiday.
It takes its name from the ritual burning of a large wooden effigy, which is set alight on Saturday evening.
The event is described as an experiment in community, art, radical self-expression, and radical self-reliance.[1][2][3][4]...
In 2010, 51,515 people attended Burning Man.[5"



Marian Goodell - Live @ WORLDWEBFORUM 2017
"Watch Marian Goodell, CEO of Burning Man, on stage speaking about the burning man movement, their principles & connecting networks."



'Burning Man' Art Comes to Smithsonian - Text + Audio + Pictures - 27 April 2018
"The show, No Spectators: The Art of Burning Man, opened March 30. The Renwick is part of the Smithsonian American Art Museum."


Burning Man goes to Washington - with pictures - 29 March 2018
"Artworks travel from Nevada to Renwick Gallery in US capitol for DC debut"


10+ Epic Photos From Burning Man 2017 That Prove It’s The Craziest Festival In The World - 21 pages

Burning Man 2017 in pictures: Dust, paint, mutant vehicles and 70,000 'burners' gather in the desert - 61 pictures - 1 September 2017


Mutant vehicle


Amazing Hyperlapse Video Showcasing Art Installations At Burning Man 2016 - 12 September 2016




Burning Man 2016 - 21 pictures


18 OMG Things You Didn’t Know About Burning Man
"Burning Man… You’ve probably heard of it. “It’s like Coachella, right?” Is it “a raging hippie orgy in the middle of the desert?”
Or a modern day drugged out Woodstock where you can’t shower? Nope! Prepare to get schooled!
Here are 18 OMG things you probably didn’t know about the festival where they burn a man."

1. What IS BM? (clock, the Man, art installations)
2. Who goes to BM?
3. No money or bartering
4. Nudity
5. The man burns
6. Burning Man Slang
7. The sand isn’t really sand
8. The Dust Storms
9. No wifi?!
10. It’s cold as sh*t at night
11. The temple
12. Making an Entrance
13. Cost
14. Kids
15. Bacon & Beyonce, 747s, and a free haircut
16. TEDx Talks
17. Porto Potties
18. Tricked Out Bikes



How Was Burning Man?
"How do you explain the experience of attending the Burning Man art and culture festival to someone who’s never been there?
It’s a life-changing event, at least for the first few days afterward. It’s impossible to explain, but get ready for a valiant effort.
Comedian Kevin Oeser illustrates the difficult descent into the real world for a Burning Man returnee.
He feels as if he’s made some quantum leap in consciousness, while he comes off as just plain annoying to the rest of us."


Six Things the World Could Learn from Burning Man
"Most people think that Burning Man is a bunch of naked hippies doing drugs in the desert... and they are right.
But Burning Man is also much, much more. It has become a giant social experiment. It has launched movements, shaped global organizations
and brought creativity to a whole new level to those who are brave enough to face the heat and face themselves in the infamous dust."


Powerful Sculpture At Burning Man Shows Inner Children Trapped Inside Adult Bodies
"Here’s what Milov wrote about the piece on the festival’s website:
“It demonstrates a conflict between a man and a woman as well as the outer and inner expression of human nature.
Their inner selves are executed in the form of transparent children, who are holding out their hands through the grating.
As it’s getting dark (night falls) the children chart to shine.
This shining is a symbol of purity and sincerity that brings people together and gives a chance of making up when the dark time arrives.”


‘Love,’ by Ukrainian sculptor Alexander Milov


50 surreal desert images of Burning Man 2015

FBI used Burning Man to field-test new surveillance equipment - 8 September 2015
"The FBI's 2012 file on its Burning Man surveillance, obtained via Freedom of Information Act requests, reveals
that America's domestic spy agency for at least five years, and has been using the event as an opportunity to try out its latest toys,
with help from Pershing County sheriff's deputies...
some burners were actually undercover police..."


"A cultural and artisan event" FBI files on Burning Man
"The greatest known threat in this event is crowd control issues and the use of illegal drugs by participants."


Burning Man a Multi Year Journey - PHOTOS

Burning Man, le rendez-vous le plus excentrique de la planète - Article + Photos - 30 August 2015

Le festival Burning Man en 10 images époustouflantes

Burn Trials - Out of the Maze and onto the Playa - Film to come
"What happens when you send the characters from The Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials to an overcrowded music festival in the desert?
You’ll have to witness it for yourself. Things will get toasty on The Playa. Welcome to the #BurnTrials!"




'It's become a place for rich people to check off their bucket list': Quiznos makes Burning Man parody ad mocking festival's corporate influence...
so Burning Man goes corporate and threatens to sue!


  • Festival spokesman Jim Graham said that officials see the video as theft of Burning Man's intellectual property
  • The video by the sandwich chain parodies the upcoming movie Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials
  • The video's actors are shown eating Quiznos at Burning Man in the northern Nevada desert



Burning Man: The Documentary
"Burning Man is an annual festival that began in 1986. Tens of thousands of people gather at the 'Playa' in Nevada's Black Rock Desert
to create a temporary wooden city dedicated to community, art, self-expression and self-reliance.
They depart a week later, leaving no trace whatsoever. Let it burn!"



Burning Man - Official site



10 Wild Art Cars From Burning Man




Burning Man Festival - PHOTOS


"This second experience allowed me to think more about what we all can take from the values, culture and experience of Burning Man."


SPARK - A Burning Man Story
- 2'29

Burning Man – a week in the desert - 4'23