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Tom Atwood captured some of the queer community's biggest names at home.
The "James Dean of ballet" wants to shake up the dance world for good.
Perhaps the most dramatic and telling work is US LETTER, Escalator (Blue), which depicts ambulatory electric stairs that
According to Hoffman-Kipp, this auction not only serves as a great cause but also as a chance to truly unite ALS heroes to
In 1877, Thomas Edison invented the phonograph, the first device that could reproduce pre-recorded sounds. Before this, the only exposure people had to music was live, either in a recital hall or at home in a chamber music setting.
What happens when you combine the talents of Russia's ballet bad boy Sergei Polunin, Irish gospel luminary Hozier and photography
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According to LaChapelle, the posters are inspired by the Life Ball's theme, "'The Garden of Earthly Delights' and Hieronymus
As both a person and an artist, David isn't afraid to explore deep topics while at the same time reflect them in beautifully accomplished photographs drenched in balmy hues and vigorous compositions.
A visitor looks at the painting "Les adolescents" (Teenagers) by Spanish artist Pablo Picasso during the "Masculin/Masculin