You may call it a side job, gig, or hustle -- but the work that artists do alongside their primary creative endeavor has an important role to play in our culture. Why? Because those sources of income are the main funders of the arts in this country.
When to Turn Away? A Globetrotter's Sentiments After Tragedy: Remember the Good in the World (and Keep Surfing)
We collect people, some of whom we may have had some fun adventures with, while traveling for a few short but meaningful
Brooklyn-based artist Frances Waite wants to turn your nude selfies into art.
Anne Patterson and I stepped into the darkened former Perry Street Theater. "Does your iPhone have a flashlight?" she asked. "Wait until you see the light and shadows," Anne beamed. She waved the point of light against one of her latest works, constructed of aluminum and steel.
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Sefolosha was born in Montreux, Switzerland in 1955. She spent much of her young adulthood in South Africa, serving as an
Scholl's Tumblr is filled with feminist imagery, taking the form of nude portraits and embellished textile work. A few snippets
When I sat down with singer-songwriter Macy Gray in the private Barrel Room of City Winery just before her performance there, I was reminded of what it means to be a one-of-a-kind.
At the biennial's opening, viewers swarmed to the mirrors and cameras, so much so that it was impossible to tell if more
"There is a tradition of using human hair in art," she added. "From weaving it into jewelry to mourn a loved one to its use
P.P.O.W. Gallery cites the progressive femininity of Mary Cassatt as well as the psychedelic texture of Lisa Frank in reference
Check out the remixed classics below and let us know if you think Renaissance artworks would have benefitted from some FOMO
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On Being Transformed Into an Icon by Means of Needle and Thread: The Embroidery Portraits of Rebecca Levi
This fall I'm tickled to death, and hopefully to immortality, to be represented in a showstopping embroidery portrait of me as the Amazonian Statue of the Republic from the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago. Artist Rebecca Levi, takes painstaking care with the entire process.
Scroll through the images below for a look at "Portraits of My Family" and let us know your thoughts on the project in the
So whether you love the Titian-esque apsects of her technique or the biting satire of her subject matter, don't forget to
The yarn artist, known for covering playgrounds and gallery spaces in her textile medium of choice, decorated an entire street
Moki was raised in a small town in Germany surrounded by the woods, allowing her youthful imagination to run wild. The artist
The women we look up to in the arts -- from New York City Ballet's Wendy Whelan soaring above the stage at Lincoln Center to action hero Elizabeth Streb scaling a building in London -- have their own inspiring heroines, some famous and others less known.