Fifteen artists offer a range of ways into “sports” as a concept.
Hyperallergic talks to the directors of the documentary Bludgeon about portraying a subculture without making fun of it.
SB Nation’s Jon Bois brings a singular style to his video storytelling.
The violence associated with professional sports doesn’t limit itself to the playing field, as a new campaign by the UK’s National Domestic Violence Hotline makes clear in a new series of ads.
A new documentary made up solely of footage of the tennis star shot in 1984 is a meditation on the psycho-dramatics of sports and a pure celebration of the body in motion.
The outcome of Museum Bowl 2018 will depend on whether the Philadelphia Eagles or the New England Patriots prevail on Sunday.
Though it will still appear on some merchandise sold in northeast Ohio and the Arizona city where the team holds its spring training.
BERLIN — Today, more than ever, athletes are presented as role models.
Athletes at the Rio 2016 Olympics will be taking home bits of recycled mirrors, car parts, and X-ray plates in their medals as part of design aimed at sustainability.
What are the intellectual property rights of tattoo artists? Video games that depict athletes are testing the limits.
In 1977, Brazilian soccer star Pelé posed for Andy Warhol, who snapped a photo to use in the creation of one of his iconic screenprints. But Pelé didn’t need Warhol to immortalize him; he was already arguably the greatest player in the world’s most popular sport.
Jim Thorpe was arguably the greatest athlete of all time, yet the sports legend has mostly been in the news of late due to his remains, which were controversially buried in a town he never visited.