US President Donald Trump made a visit to Bethlehem. And, drove past Banksy's Walled Off Hotel. See, everyone wants to see Banksy's new project.
The ever successful street art festival made its debut in Aberdeen, Scotland this past month, and now it has itself a documentary.
The purveyors of the jingly indie pop has made a colorful animated video for a track of their new LP, where you can "create" your own psychedelic version.
Sunday is the holy day for freight trains, so in honor of this and to get you motivated, we’re sharing this video of Fobek painting an autorack from start to finish.
Ken Nagahara is a Japanese-American photographer based out of Oakland, California. His work focuses on classic motorcycles and skateboarding. In this short video, Ken invites us into his studio as he
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Pace and Pace/MacGill Gallery are pleased to inaugurate their representation of British artist Richard Learoyd with an exhibition of his large-scale color and black-and white photographs made over th
David Zwirner is pleased to present a survey of Stan Douglas’s photographic works spanning his career.
The FlopBox has re-released "Private Property," an publication by New York-based photographer, Edwin Delarosa.
Petra Collins in conversation with Nicole Archer, PhD, on the sadness of young women in her work.
Thomas Jackson is a San Francisco-based photographer, whose recent photo project “The Robot Series” focuses on the life of a lone robot.
Peter Fetterman Gallery is proud to announce a large-scale exhibition of prints by master photographer Sebastião Salgado.
For the next three days and possibly the only time ever, Jill Freedman is be offering 5x7 signed archival prints for $100.
Born and raised in Austin, Texas, Eli Durst graduated with a BA from Wesleyan University in 2011, where he majored in American studies and French studies.
The photographs of An-My Lê investigate the impact, consequences, and representation of war.
Lynette Luna combines illustration, costume and photography into bold portraits.
Felicia Simion’s portraits expose human desire, loneliness, and the surreality of life.
An exploration of the multitude of compelling images Steinmetz has created over 30 years reveals a cohesiveness and uniformity from which he never deviates.