Dating to circa 1100 AD, the Mayan Codex is said to have been painted by a single artist, recording the movements of planet Venus over the course of 584 days.
“Frito Pawlo” stunned, Mochi struck a pious pose as the Pope, and a “Bodega Cat” pupper took the top prize.
At the Dallas Museum of Art, visitors with red-green deficiencies can now check out a pair of color blindness alleviation lenses at no cost.
From iridescents and fluorescents to light-value pigments, the employee-owned company now sells its popular high-flow paints in 85 colors.
A British tabloid slapped a wig on a head of lettuce and launched a contest to see who would last longer — Truss or the leafy vegetable. The lettuce prevailed.
The mural became the butt of the joke when people began noticing that it would spell “GO ANUS” if a gate on the “W” were lifted.
From the Whitney to the Guggenheim, we bring you the inside scoop on which museum dining options are worth their salt, and which could stand to add a little more.
Participants of Sunset Park’s open studios this weekend told Hyperallergic why they’ve shifted gears and joined the up-and-coming community.
Decentraland and others are getting mocked for their low visitor numbers while people are roasting Meta Horizons for its awkward head-and-torso figures.
Fire Transforms at the Palo Alto Art Center convenes artists to commemorate loss, survival, and growth in light of climate change’s exponential severity.
Tavares Strachan and Amanda Williams have also received the award, which increased from $625k to $800k, no strings attached.
The artist and beloved professor of painting and drawing at UCLA’s School of the Arts and Architecture had battled ovarian cancer for two years.