Lynn Stern’s 25 years of skull photographs are compiled in a new book, which considers the art historical context of this vision of death.
Spider webs and peeled grapes are scary, but you know what would make a really scary party?
Ornament is Crime is a visual compendium of the Modernist home, from early 1900s designs to contemporary structures carrying the austere style into the 21st century.
A Study of Invisible Images, which is showing at New York’s Metro Pictures, illuminates the ways that machines interpret and see images.
In 1,000 historic photographs of electricity pylons shared by the Science Museum in London, a complex symbol of human progress rises above the landscape.
Director James Whale used expressive cinematography, Karloff’s gift for pantomime, and an original approach to fight sequences to inspire a lasting, haunting sense of fear.
The Crypt Sessions fill one of Manhattan’s overlooked spaces — the crypt at the Church of the Intercession — with unconventional classical music.
Maine College of Art is now accepting applications for their (MFA) Master of Fine Arts in Studio Art.
Over 300 artists participate in this year’s event highlighting Gowanus’s creative community.
In Jason J. Ferguson’s One-man (freak) show, you encounter one uncanny moment after the next.
Students are equipped with large studio spaces, state-of-the-art facilities and the time to pursue independently determined goals.
The show evokes a prelapsarian aesthetic world from which viewers — following the story of the expulsion from the Garden of Eden — are barred.