Jen Stark has been making waves (rainbow-colored ones) lately with her drippy, prismacolored aesthetic in pretty much every medium available - watch how her work translates in the moving world with t
'Project Graham' is another fascinating iteration of the unsettling and enlightening lovechild that can be born of art and science. A catalyst for conversation and ultimately an educational tool, "Gr
The Avalanches recently released a psychedelic new music video for the track "Subways" animated by our favorite french artist duo, Mrzyk & Moriceau.
South African artist Faith47 brings a massive new piece entitled "Who will guard the guards themselves" to Los Angeles.
Subliminal Projects presents Out Of Line, an exhibition featuring work by Aaron Li-Hill, Guno Park, Mark Powell, and Von.
Her female heroes let it all hang out, revealing their innermost emotions, lustful intentions, and intimate moments with inner demons.
There are a few days left to see Dave Egger’s new exhibition IDAHO at the Jules Maeght Gallery. Don’t miss it.
Winnie Truong has a new body of work that is a departure from her signature style but maintains her strong voice. She wrote us from her current residency in Norway to tell us more about this new work
On Earth Day, we take a look at our friends at KEEN's "Live Monumental" campaign and look into the environmentally focused art of Jeremy Collins.
"Forced Perspective" is an intimate portrait of iconic Cleveland artist, Derek Hess, by filmmaker Nick Cavalier.
Jen Lee has transformed her quirky comics into a dynamic gif adventure.
Combining iconography from comic books, art history, and popular culture, Art & Beauty portrays a broad selection of images of female figures in diverse settings...
Sakugawa’s comics explore both the transcendental and the gritty day-to-day.
Sarah Mirk’s writing, illustrations and editing work address everything from Portland history to the experience of female Guantanamo veterans.
Andrea Bower’s activist art addresses themes of immigration, environmental activism, and body politics through a feminist lens.
We always enjoy the graphite drawings and sketchbooks of Milan-based Thomas Cian. His more recent work has a translucent, double-exposure effect.