The Denver Art Museum’s new exhibit, “Star Wars and the Power of Costume, is hoping to harness the sci-fi saga’s myth-making and commercial power while bringing in decidedly non-arts-loving cro
Monochrome is a series presented by Spray Daily where they ask one writer to paint a wall with just three cans, which is the true test of talent where you can't hide behind all those fancy colors. In
An homage to all the lost time we collectively spend in digital limbo in the hopes of sudden development on our screen.
A cheeky canine chappy who just LOVES exploring (ahem) holes, Dick’s wild walk in the park is seriously restricted by his lack of protective clothing. Until his owner finds him the perfect little r
If you are already depressed about the state of the world, this may not make you feel better. But Kate Tempest does a great job of summarizing and reminding us of the world as it is...
Andrew Hem's dreamy, narrative-filled paintings get "Mountain Full" at Jonathan LeVine Gallery opening from May 14 - June 11, 2016.
Street Art News founder Rom Levy curates a special show in Dubai with Retna, Andrew Schoultz, Paul Insect and more...
Owens is known for large-scale, vivid paintings that are simultaneously abstract and figurative and embrace both everyday subject matter and art- historical concerns with restless invention.
Lollapalooza, the Cubs and now The Screaming Hand makes some noise in Chicago at Rotofugi Gallery!
On Saturday, May 7th 2016, Buff Monster opens an exhibit at the brand new Galo Art Gallery in Torino, Italy.
Lafarrah Eaves opens a brand new exhibition at Cordesa Fine Arts in San Francisco tonight.
The six-color silkscreen features a grid-like composition consisting of twenty-five Melty Misfits figures, each donning a variety of hues congruent to the artist’s signature technicolor palette.
"Core Pop" is the name of artist Yu Maeda's website, and it seems fitting. Colorful innards "popping" out of skulls; it's visceral and explosive. Yet, his work doesn't fit the "dark art" genre.
Eric White evokes pop-culture from every angle in his new show, "Monaural" at GRIMM in Amsterdam.
The lonely, desolate American landscape encompassing the paintings’ subjects serves as an exploration of nature’s sacredness and a reflection of the human soul...
If only one figurative artist could be immortalized in contemporary American art history, Rebecca Morgan would be a top contender. Bow down to our Appalachian queen.
Combining the fantasy of the great ages of exploration with a distinctly paranormal bent, Ferguson’s work hovers along the lines of fantasy without ever fully teetering into full scale camp, and hi