art show

Upper Eastside townhouse by Inson Dubois Wood with wall art by Desire Obtain Cherish and rug tapestry by Dubuffet. Photo
These pieces tackle some of today's most serious political and social justice issues.
HuffPost's Alyona Minkovski takes a walk though Rock The Vote's Truth To Power pop-up art exhibition, which took place in Philadelphia during the week of the Democratic National Convention.
Ancient fishermen still cast their lines with the durability of rent-controlled tenants. Longshoremen long for better days
Ragnar Kjartansson (b. 1976) is an Icelandic artist, whose work ranges from paintings and drawings to videos, music and performance
Teachr took over the rotunda building and spread his art out over a couple of floors, with tables of merchandise and sculptures
Archival prints of photos from the book are on display. This picture of Alec Monopoly painting Jack Nicholson in lakers colors overlooks the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Although these questions may not be profound or new, they may offer alternatives to questions asked other professions such
However, as times change and minds open, there is a relentless, evolving effort to reconcile the dissimilarities of identity