It’s Armory Art Week in New York, and we we always look forward to finding ways to contribute a new critical perspective that will educate and illuminate an aspect of art.
Playing cards arrived in Europe from Asia sometime in the 14th century, and by 1367 they had their first citywide ban in Bern, Switzerland.
Naomi Safran-Hon has — by her own admission — terrible taste in music, which explains how she became a regular listener of Israel’s trashiest radio station, Galgalatz.
Described as “the world’s first feature-length painted animation,” a forthcoming film will tell the life story of Vincent van Gogh through over 120 of his own oil paintings.
Squarespace makes it easy to create stunning websites, artist portfolios, blogs, and online stores without having to touch a line of code.
Anish Kapoor now owns the exclusive rights to the world’s darkest material — a claim that, naturally, is pissing off other artists.
An over-5,000-year-old linen dress was recently confirmed as the world’s oldest woven garment.
Since 1893, admission to New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art has been as little as a penny.
SEATTLE — “Home Prices Bring Smiles, Tears.” “Anti-Homeless Attacks Won’t Solve Problem.” When I saw these headlines running across the Seattle Times and Seattle Weekly newspapers earlier this month, a single sentence flashed through my mind, on repeat: “Housing is a human right.”
LONDON — Artist and Empire contains something for everyone, ranging from fierce pride to loathing, as well as everything in between.
I’m normally not too concerned with labels, but the whole art vs. illustration thing always kinda bothered me.