We're excited to bring you episode two of Meyhem Lauren's Got the Fever TV, featuring Jakee!
A thrilling documentary on the life and work of the groundbreaking photographer and filmmaker, Robert Frank; from his seminal book of photography, "The Americans," to his revolutionary films with The
Over the last two weeks we have been featuring the videos series Probation Vacation: Lost In Asia by Utah and Ether, which follows the expat graffiti adventurers through the subway systems of 11 coun
Watch Alex Pardee make a ghost as he prepares for his upcoming show "The Astralnauts" with Matt Ritchie, opening June 10th at Gallery 1988:West in Los Angeles.
The modern circus, as we think of it today, was originated by Philip Astley in Britain in 1768. It was the first time a show included horse riding tricks, acrobats, music and clowns in the same venue
Gifted across the board, some might say she’s a Renaissance woman of sorts but where Natalia Molina excels most is surely behind a camera.
New work by Miami photographer, Melanie Metz.
Libby Black and Serena Cole are opening two stunner solo shows tonight at Gallery 16 in San Francisco.
Here are some selected works from the founder of Inspired Women of LA, Megan Kathleen McIsaac.
Charis Kirchheimer is no stranger to the realm of photography and for those of you familiar with her work, surely you’ll know that pushing boundaries and exploring taboos is certainly part of her c
In French artist Jean Bedez's graphite drawings, "pasts and presents interweave and we read man’s immemorial procession towards ruin. These strictly black-and-white works resonate with that “art
Mallory Morrison photographs dancers and swimmers in ethereal underwater scenes.
Lauren Napolitano, David Bray and Word To Mother collaborative in an Oakland group exhibition.
MacDowell continues her immaculate ceramic work, taking on empty animal skins, ant fights, and infants suckling monkeys.
Ojala’s latest illustrations are bold, expressive cutouts with a smattering of meticulous details.
Ukrainian artist Alexey Kashpersky illustrates human’s worst blights with meticulous splendor.