Since no world summit would be complete without artistic demonstrations, activists around the globe have created art protesting climate change and corporate sponsorship of COP21, from live tattooing performances to parody advertisements installed on Paris streets.
Ryan Mrozowski has double vision.
After the atomic bomb that led to the deaths of over 100,000 people exploded in Hiroshima on August 6, 1945, artists Iri and Toshi Maruki entered the destroyed city
When you step into one of London’s iconic red telephone boxes, you’re entering the architecture of a tomb.
The founding of the Republic of Czechoslovakia in 1918 also led to a cultural renaissance in the region, with a desire to create a distinctive Czech culture spurring decades of artistic experimentation and creativity.
BIRMINGHAM, Mich. — The concept of “improvisational painting” might evoke the idea of loose compositions with abstract shapes — Kandinsky-like squiggles and half-formed images, or a visual jazz of color and texture.
The modern world is awash in a sea of radio waves — currents of electromagnetic radiation upon which our digital lives depend. What if you could see this invisible dimension?
Salman Toor’s insular scenes of life in Pakistan have vanished.
The Laznia Centre for Contemporary Art in Gdansk, Poland, is hosting an open call to invite one artist to take part in Postcard from a City, which is organized as part of the international “Heroes We Love.
Steven Nelson, professor of art history at UCLA, and Director of the African Studies Center, recently tweeted that he is a member of a rare and exceptional group: one of six full professors in art history, who are black, in the United States.
MEXICO CITY — Although presented as a series of discrete events across time, history is written every day through humanity’s incessant production of time-sensitive ephemera that define the aesthetics, sounds, and languages of our epoch.
The annual obligatory holiday Christmas “Affordable” end-of-season “fine craft” starving artist deck-the-walls art sale!