“To me it’s very spiritual, I mean its secular, it’s of the world, but it’s very spiritual. Because you are suddenly seeing the coherence and the interconnectedness of everything,” Bay Area
In a post apocalyptic land, the last few remaining inhabitants are the spirit animals of graffiti writers. In this indie film featuring scrappy graffiti artists in the shapes of a wolf, an amoeba and
Sometimes a music video + song just makes you smile, and Hamilton Leithauser + Rostam "A 1000 Times" does just that.
A traditional sign painter and a stained glass and tattoo artist come together over their love of Motörhead.
"The Giant Walls" is a project created in Massey High School, located on the northern boundary of west Auckland.
The Washington DC-based Russian born artist Tatiana Gulenkina takes a refreshing abstract approach to the tactile processes in a photography darkroom. By experimenting with unconventional objects an
We have featured the works of Allyson Mellberg on the site before, and in our print edition, and wanted to make sure our European and Parisian friends know to check out the artists new show at Galer
In his series Boy and his SIR: BDSM and the Queer Family, Louisville-based photographer Kevin Warth examines an alternative meaning of the word “family”. Centering his project on the que
Jamie xx's music has always had a little bit of a vibe to it that makes you feel like you are floating in space. Director Erik Wernquist gets that, and has transformed Jamie's stand-out new track, "G
Naziha Mestaoui will present One Beat One Tree at the 21st United Nations Climate Conference in Paris December 2015. The art installation creates a forest of light in 3D while inviting the public to
Thinkspace is pleased to present Gumbo, a group exhibition featuring works by Alex Yanes, James Bullough, Matthew Grabelsky, Ryan Hewett, Sergio Garcia, Troy Coulterman and Troy Lovegates. A truly d
For the past few weeks we have been showing process and indoor works from the Nuart 2016 festival, and today, we show you the outdoor murals completed around Stavanger, Norway.
Toronto, Ontario based educator and ceramic artist Jess Riva Cooper combines the idea of natural regeneration and the foundation myths in Yiddish folklore. Her delicate and grotesque work shows her
We are falling into these new works by Australian illustrator and artist Bec Winnel. The emotive and sophisticated quality of her illustrations are the result of layers of mixed medium including pas
Pace/MacGill Gallery is honored to present Robert Frank: Park/Sleep & Partida. Featuring the original prints and ephemera comprising his two most recent photographic books – Park/Slee
Retrospective is pleased to present new works by Matthew Palladino. For this exhibition Palladino expands on a series of wall-mounted reliefs. Presented as a series of panels, these handmade objects
Dean Reynolds is set to open a solo show at Parlor Gallery in Asbury Park, New Jersey, from May 2 through June 7, 2015, with a fresh set of paintings and appreciation for his craft. “The one t
Welcome to the fantastic world of Chiho Aoshima (who is part of the great group of Japanese artists under the Kaikai Kiki family). This might just be our future. Who’s to say that as technolog