In this 1974 video, legendary movie director, screenwriter, animator, and Monty Python member, Terry Gilliam shows us how to create stop-motion animations.
Los Angeles-based rock ‘n roll band Tiger Army recently released their much-anticipated album, V •••–
The newest installment of Monochrome features Merlot getting down with a simple 3 color piece inside an abandoned building.
The concept of this project was sparked from the idea that by bringing my bronze work into the board series, it would provide an access point to other forms of art, and the possibility of others bein
Los Angeles-based graffiti writer, Hufr, who we interviewed back in 2014 has released a new video featuring his work along with special guests Blah and Ribs.
If you ever needed art advice, might as well get it from someone like Mr. Shrigley. And don't smoke too much weed.
All three artists create phenomenally intricate work with dark satirical motifs and otherworldly themes.
The submission-based event, capped with a full Surreal Salon soiree, had its highest participation this year, with special guest juror Elizabeth McGrath leading the judging of nearly 700 works.
George Condo channels late period John Coltrane and Eric Dolphy for his new solo show at Spruth Magers, Los Angeles, on through June 11, 2016.
One of the great living American painters, Kerry James Marshall, will have "Mastry" at MCA Chicago from April 23—September 25, 2016.
Each renowned in their own right, this group of artists have the distinguishing feature of working with intricate stencils in their artwork, from small original works on canvas to large scale murals.
The twins from NYC not only tackle a massive mural in Detroit, but are set to show a new body of work at Library Street Collective.
If painting effortless, emotive figures seems beyond reach, there might be a curiosity about how something so simple could express so much emotion. It’s all in the gesture, and J.J. has it down.
Andrew Schoultz brings the Age of Empire to the Empire State at Joshua Liner Gallery, opening April 28th.
One of our favorite painters, Jules de Balincourt, will be showing at Victoria Miro, London through May 14, 2016.
The wavy series is loosely inspired by the communicative nature of emoji characters in a text message. When hung together in a group, they can read like a sentence.
The artwork has been on exhibition at the Converse world headquarters in Boston for the past year. The artwork will be available for auction on April 18th, 2016 and all proceeds will benefit Artists