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Since the 1800s, people have described experiencing the deaths of others.
Lucamaleonte. Work in progress. (photo © VladyArt) There is talk about the possibility that this exhibition of about 60 artists
FAILE. Work in progress. MIMA Museum. Brussels, Belgium. April 2016. (photo © Alice van den Abeele) On opening day (which
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Five years into it, The Brooklyn Artists Ball has become a glittering spectacle that speaks to the traditional, the contemporary and the beat on the street.
The show, created for Project M/7, is on view until June 15 at Berlin's Urban Nation, with portraits appearing on the facade
Do you consider long and hard before purchasing a piece or do you buy on impulse? Does your collection have a particular historic or geographic focus or does it follow the whims of your personal taste?
Here in these snow-quieted woods these rafts are at peace, still showing the signs of human activity but instead of exploring
Moving to Los Angeles, few artists helped me make sense of the space like Samara Golden, whose hallucinatory installations
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4. Lady Pink Lady Aiko is a Tokyo-born, New York-based artist who incorporates elements of Pop Art, abstraction, graffiti
We still really need spaces of wonder. They don't have to be about a specific religious narrative, but they have the capacity to transport you into a different state of mind. And for me, I feel both a desire to experience it and to make it.
For more on the world of street art, check out the Brooklyn Street Art blog here. Sheryo and Blackfryday in Kuala Lumpur
"So I've been thinking a lot about 'home' and this installation is about home and the loss of home in a lot of ways. When
18. Cleveland, OH The famous "Hi, How Are You" mural by Daniel Johnston in Austin in 2004. (Photo courtesy AP Photo/Harry
"Women are often under-represented by the business and institutions of the art world," Mickalene Thomas wrote of the show
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