For Bon Appetit, by Alex Delany. A rotisserie chicken is like Martin Scorsese’s GoodFellas. Stay with me. When it’s on TV
Since the early 1990s, German artist Wolfgang Tillmans has earned recognition as one of the most exciting and innovative
Seahawks receiver Golden Tate was ready for the Skittles shower after Marshawn Lynch's 40-yard touchdown run in the NFC Championship
Maximilien Luce, 1858-1941, L'aciérie 1895, Oil on canvas, 1160 x 890 mm, © Association des amis du Petit Palais, Genève
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Forget the Hirst/Spalding spat! Who the heck was Baroness Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven? If what Julian Spalding claimed was true, why wasn't that the headline? I needed to dig deeper.
Now showing at Leeds Art Gallery is a comprehensive collection from Damien Hirst in his hometown, a surprisingly personal
Posters have been a tradition since 1912 and the Olympics website describes the process and importance of the games poster
A Warhol Mao similar to this one was recovered in Italy. / Courtesy Christie's Like what you see? Sign up for ARTINFO's daily
Although BP's connection to the arts was tenuous at best, the Volkswagen Group has had an affinity for design and image-making
The Airborne Toxic Event has sort of a magical thing going on. You can identify with most of their songs, and on Friday, an NY crowd ranging from tweens to older men sporting port bellies surely did.
Curators have a lot to say about the new Joan Miró exhibition at London's Tate Modern. In the video below, journalist Will
Tino Sehgal has also been commissioned to create a work for Tate Modern's Turbine Hall as part of the Cultural Olympiad, a
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Britain's most prestigious art prize has been awarded, for the first time in its 26 year history, for a sound installation. Emotionally, the piece seems to have a calming, contemplative effect on the viewer.
Glasgow-born, Berlin-based artist Susan Philipsz has been named the winner of the 2011 Turner Prize. Philipsz is the fourth
Pole dancing robots, a giant 3D animated face and a customised MIG jet are among artworks on display at the MuTate London