Photo by EMS. Photo by EMS. On top of that, music played a key role if the fair. Two days of music lineups played on stage
Through Kaikai Kiki, there is seemingly no medium that Murakami hasn’t touched, from painting, sculpture, animation, and
With global communication enabled as never before, in the digital age collectors, curators, and artists have unprecedented reach, but there's nothing like seeing the work in person. So, in October, it converges in London: the world's art in one city.
One can hope that through special exhibitions and new acquisitions (it estimates that it averages one new acquisition a week), The Broad will discover, and embrace, its obligation to the public to truly represent the art of our time.
Takashi Murakami's debut film is no art house flick -- and it doesn't mean to be.
Japanese Monsters and a Korean Cop Kick Ryan Reynolds' Ass: Hour of the Wolf Movie Review of Self/less, Jellyfish Eyes & A Hard Day
This is a real "watch this, not that," segment this time. Self/less was the "serious" opening last weekend -- directed by overt stylist Tarsem Singh, starring Ryan Reynolds and Ben Kingsley -- and the worst sin that could be leveled at it was that it was kind of stoopid.
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.
By the tenets of today's pop psychology, even the chirpiest of Mr.'s anime concoctions speak to a post-traumatic reaction
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Does religion exist at all in today's art world? Yes, but most often as documentary or anthropological art about religion. It's also been said that contemporary art viewing experiences are similar to traditional religious experiences.