Even if you don’t remember a lick of elementary school classwork, it’s likely the joys and terrors of the schoolyard linger.
In ancient Greek, the phrase “panta rhei” means “all things are in flux.” Photographer Meike Fischer’s series of the same name references that philosophy in the context of urban building.
In the 1800s, long before swiping right, there were escort cards: paper cards that men presented to women as an indication of their interest.
Two Central Park pedestrians were killed in collisions with bicycles last year, devastating signs of the increasing chaos of its intersections.
PARIS — Most Parisians seem to have overlooked the radical, anti-fascist, irony-soaked, “top-down” demonstration by the international women’s movement Femen that took place on May 1.
Ralph Pucci, a high-end mannequin and furniture designer, has collaborated with a wide range of artists throughout his career, producing unorthodox renditions of mannequins since the 1970s.
Reviewing erotica is a difficult task, and maybe a futile one.
In the early 20th century, the world watched in anticipation as Stetson-capped explorers disappeared into the Amazon jungle.
A gradient blur of colors accumulated on the palette of Camille Pissarro, while orderly dark streaks of paint still echo the short expressionist career of Paula Modersohn-Becker on her wooden board.
Imagine this: boxes of family photos, wood carvings, landscape paintings, handmade jewelry, and other items being put up for auction.
When I think about making art, I think of Looney Tunes.