Winner of the Best Animated Film Award at the British Academy Film Awards (aka BAFTA, the British Oscars) and recipient of an Academy Award nomination in 2015, Daisy Jacobs' student-made short is&nbs
February cover artist Marcel Dzama has teamed up with Spoon on a music video for a brand new track off their upcoming album Hot Thoughts out March 17th, 2017.
"Love is Love" is a collaborative animation made with contributions from 120 amazing artists all around the world.
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.
According to United Nations estimates, there are nearly a billion people living in slums and informal settlements–one out of every seven people on the planet.
Jasmine Deporta’s “Pleat Me” is an unexpected commentary on homoeroticism, channeling the the twinship connection that girls often form in their youth, but flipping it on it’s head.
13 leading contemporary photographers show their work in regards to skateboarding and street culture at Leica Gallery, Los Angeles.
King’s photographs reveal stark beauty, subtle lighting, and a complex understanding of fashion.
The queen of awkward portraits lures us into her orbit.
Yossi Milo Gallery is pleased to present Direct Positive, an exhibition of new sun-burned photographs by Chris McCaw.
28-year-old photographer Jiehao Su, who studied at the Beijing Film Academy, has created an autobiographical portrait of his homeland preceding the death of his mother.
Neon, body forms and broken glass collide in Holly Buckle’s work aptly named “Sticky Picnic.”
Today and tomorrow are the last days to catch Flowers Gallery group exhibition The Real Thing, that includes Juno Calypso, Natasha Caruana, Pixy Yijun Liao and Melanie Willhide.
James Friedman’s “Pleasure and Terrors of Kissing” is a black and white collection of the flickers of affection between humans — without the romanticization or fetishization.
An exhibition of influential photographs by William Gedney made in Kentucky and across the U.S. in the 1960s and 1970s is currently on view at Howard Greenberg Gallery in New York.
Exploring the role of the poetic gesture in a time of visual super-habit, Andrea Meislin Gallery is proud to present "Blank verse", a group show organized by Roxana Fabius and Adi Puterman.