Post image for At Flux Factory Fundraiser, Rove Long Island City Streets Dressed as an Art Spectacle

On Saturday, May 7, Flux Factory is holding the 1st Annual “Flux-a-Thon” — a spectacularly jubilant, semi-absurd twist on a traditional walk-a-thon — all to raise money for another year of Flux Factory’s unique, collaborative residency program.

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Post image for The Poetic Verse of Our Collective Google Queries

Type a search into Google and the most popular terms start auto-populating below, suggesting the collective desires, queries, and curiosities of internet users.

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Post image for Paintings that Sensuously Shift in Tone and Texture

Nathlie Provosty’s current exhibition at Nathalie Karg Gallery, (the third ear), is a study in the emotional, sensuous (and sensual) potential of tightly bound, minutely considered, rigorously constructed abstraction.

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Post image for Illustrated Dolphins and Vampire Squid from the Dawn of Ocean Exploration

In the 16th century, Pierre Belon published one of the earliest scientific depictions of a dolphin: a woodcut with finely hatched skin and pointed teeth.

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Post image for Futuristic Mini-Golf Course in London Will Include Zaha Hadid-Designed Hole

This September, you may be able to perfect your golf swing in the center of Trafalgar Square.

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Post image for A Self-Driving Greenhouse Ball Could Be the Future of Urban Gardens

Imagine uprooting your community garden and replanting it inside a motorized geodesic sphere, then letting this sphere roam the city streets of its own volition, using sensors to seek out its plants’ preferred environmental conditions.

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Post image for Two Artists Show How Beauty Can Be Beastly

TALLINN, Estonia — Be prepared to embark on a confusing journey upon entering the strange and colorful universe of beauty that artists Kris Lemsalu and Tiit Pääsuke constructed at the Tallinn Art Hall.

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Post image for Turn Any Area into a “No Trump” Zone with Printable Street Signs

Last weekend, various streets across the United State became designated Donald Trump-free zones.

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Galleries

The Rebellious Spirit of Paint

by Seph Rodney on April 28, 2016

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The Christopher Stout gallery opened in Bushwick in 2015 with, in their own words, a program of showing work that engages with current discourses on feminist, queer, anti-establishment, mystic, and provocatively sexual art pro

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Post image for British Royals Hastily Remove Racist Painting Label Prior to Obama Visit

Last Friday, the British royal family hosted the Obamas for dinner in Kensington Palace — and the visit could have been an incredibly awkward one.

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