This morning, I received the following image of a press release from a Berlin gallery show and I was speechless.
Ah, the mysteries of the creative process. Now an infographic by Viruscomix shows its twists and turns in a labyrinthine landscape. Is it accurate?
Based upon sketches drawn round the time he worked on “The Last Supper” (15th C.), an Italian fashion house is introducing a new bag designed by the original Renaissance man himself.
James Fotopulous’s charcoal drawings develop during the process of his filmmaking. They are currently on view at Microscope Gallery.
Like the Jack Kerouac’s three line poems, Lois Dodd is able to capture the essence of her subjects through simplicity and directness of expression.
Time flies when you’re looking at art. This week’s prescription features a few shows that are closing (already!), including Jeff Wall and Maurizio Cattelan.
On Tuesday, a partial victory was made in preserving a part of New York City history. The Landmarks Preservation Commission announced a new landmark district on East 10th Street between Avenues A and B, which is lined with single-family homes dating back to the 1840s. The only issue: Building 315 that, stands smack dab in the middle of the street, fell through the cracks.
Joann Kim Núñez of Updownacross is partnering with Skillshare to build a Creative Arts program that will offer classes for the city’s aspiring and emerging creatives.
Queer arts have been gaining momentum and paying healthy homage to history as they take root in Brooklyn. On the heels of an eventful December with World AIDS Day events throughout the city, Illegitimate And Herstorical opened at A.I.R. Gallery on January 5. Curated by Emily Roysdon (a collaborator with MEN and a founder of “feminist genderqueer” artist collective LTTR), Illegitimate And Herstorical is one of the strongest group shows culled from open-call submissions that I’ve seen of late.
LOS ANGELES — After spending a year living in different parts of Asia, I’ve been asked by many people for my thoughts on the art scene there so here are four names worth knowing.
The internet was atwitter this past month when reports broke of protests at Dolce & Gabbana’s Hong Kong flagship over alleged discrimination.
Artist Leon Reid IV has a way with images. When he’s not remixing the urban environment, he’s playing with the context of art institutions that commission his work, which he always injects with a political or social message. His latest print series, Recent History, is a little of both.