Walk through a glitchy realm of skulls and flowers, have a Twin Peaks dance battle in the Black Lodge, alter an alternative reality, and experience an 18th-century opera as a puzzle.
Since Walt Whitman published Leaves of Grass in 1855, the famously banned poetry collection has inspired all kinds of contemporary artistic homages, including Breaking Bad subplots, illuminated manuscripts, Lana Del Rey songs, and a typeface made from images of naked men, to name just a few.
When the Apollo astronauts traveled beyond the atmosphere and to the moon in the 1960s and ’70s, they carried Hasselblad cameras to document the NASA missions.
The triple order of lime, pineapple, and cherry Jell-O should have been a tip-off.
Comics artist Adrian Tomine’s latest collection, Killing and Dying, took a long time to materialize.
Starting on October 11, MoMA PS1 will be free for all New Yorkers for a year.
PERFORMANCY FORUM QUINQUENNIAL is a 12-day public conference of live performances, talks, discussions, interactivities, workshops, and other projects centering around and presented as performance.
HAMTRAMCK, Mich. — It is the pitiful fate of objects to serve as proxies for our failed dreams, relationships, and ambitions.
Last month’s spring/summer 2016 collection presentations are quickly fading from memory, and we as a culture are in the throes of divination. What’s the next trend? What’s the new black? Will fringe be back?
LOS ANGELES — Last Monday, an anonymous group of students at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) took their protest into the latest edition of the Daily Bruin, or at least what resembled the school newspaper.
Some artists display their hometown pride (or lack thereof) all over their canvases: One of William Eggleston’s most famous photographs, for example, was shot near where he grew up, in Sumner, Mississippi.
One of Vincent van Gogh’s olive tree paintings has literally sprung to life, reproduced as a large, growing field in Minnesota.