A work of art will be on the line when the Philadelphia Eagles play the Kansas City Chiefs this Sunday.
Formerly known as the “Redskins,” the team will change its name and logo.
Just before the Super Bowl in Atlanta a mural of Kaepernick and the wall it was painted on was demolished, raising the question whether there was an anti-Colin Kaepernick conspiracy at work.
For the past two weeks, as the NFL has erected a huge stage for its 2017 draft on the front steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, making access to the area very difficult.
At Fort Gansevoort Gallery, there is a new art exhibition with titular claim to the annual Division 1 men’s college basketball tournament.
The 2014 Super Bowl, also known as Super Bowl XLVIII, will be held on Sunday, February 2 at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey. What’s that got to do with art? As it turns out, there are certain distinct parallels between the high-profile athletes who patrol the chalky gridiron and the art stars who exhibit in the chalky white enclaves that patrol the art world.
In your quirky art news of the day: a Midtown Manhattan Subway restaurant has created a lifesize bust of football player and NFL draft pick Mark Ingram Jr. The twist? The 40-pound sculpture is made of chicken salad, veggies and other non-traditional art materials.