These feline beauties were created entirely by an algorithm.
Since 2012, Rob Hitt has been documenting domesticated cats in bodegas across the city on social media.
Fukase’s obsession with photographing the people he was close to overwhelmed his subjects and eventually drove them away — so he turned to cats.
Icons like the Black Panther Party logo, the “Sabo-Tabby,” and innumerable pieces of protest art go against the traditional Western taboo around the felines.
The intricate patterns and strategic colors of the linens used on mummified remains have only begun to be understood by humanists, museum specialists, and chemists working together.
The resident kitties at Tulsa’s Philbrook Museum of Art, Perilla and Cleo, are all alone — you can write them a letter while the museum is closed, and get a reply.
Sharon Butler’s new paintings based on iPad drawings are telling you, quite frankly, that surfaces matter.
Patience and Fortitude, the 108-year-old lions that have guarded the Library’s Main Branch since 1911, will be covered for cleanup and repair beginning September 2.
The cunning kitties came to Hiroshima Onomichi City Museum of Art two years ago for a feline-centric exhibition and never left, demanding free entry.
As someone deeply skeptical of technologically aided “interactive” art, I found this to be a thoroughly novel and captivating experience.
The International Federation of Film Archives has devised the Programming Game, an easy way for curators, scholars, and fans to build a streaming series with free databases.
Achilles the cat was chosen for the task due to his previous successes, correctly identifying winners in last year’s FIFA Confederations Cup.