Last year, New Orleans-based artist Ally Burguieres painted a picture of a smiley little fox. A few months later, Burguieres was surprised to find that pop star Taylor Swift had shared an image that looked exactly like the fox painting on Instagram.
Western media stories about cultural heritage destruction have recently focused on places like Syria, Iraq, and Libya.
The University of Hartford’s Hartford Art School in West Hartford, Connecticut, is introducing its curriculum and faculty in a free webinar for the new Interdisciplinary Master of Fine Arts that features the Nomad9 Residencies.
“You can do anything you want to do if you want to do it so badly you’ll give up everything else to do it,” the Wisconsin-born photojournalist Dickey Chapelle said, according to her biography.
The monolithic concrete that forms some of our most creative 20th-century architectural heritage is in danger of disappearing.
TORONTO — Home Ground provides a kind of vast cosmos that reflects the rootlessness of the immigrant experience and the challenge of finding, developing, and maintaining an identity.
To curate the 2016 Focus, the Armory invited Julia Grosse and Yvette Mutumba, the founders of Contemporary And (C&), a primarily online magazine that focuses on contemporary art being made in Africa or originating with artists from that continent and its diaspora.
Designer Wendell Castle has made a career out of challenging the boundaries that define art and furniture.
Eyeballs recognize something beautiful is present.