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Scrawl: An A to Z of Famous Doodles
What do the doodles of some of the greatest minds in the history of our civilization reveal about their creators? Pick up a copy of Scrawl and decide for yourself.
07.11.2019 by Yale Breslin
LACMA to Honor Betye Saar and Alfonso Cuarón at 2019 Art+Film Gala
Proceeds from the evening, sponsored by Gucci, will go towards future film exhibitions at the LA museum.
07.10.2019 by Brooke Kushwaha
James Bidgood: The Godfather of Homoerotic Photography
James Bidgood's retrospective at the Museum of Sex is a long overdue review of the photographer's contribution to camp homoeroticism.
06.27.2019 by Trey Gaskin
Sotheby's Holds Live Auction "BENT" to Honor 50th Anniversary of Stonewall
The iconic art dealer company pays homage to historical queer art and literature with its Pride month exhibition and auction.
06.26.2019 by Brooke Kushwaha
Genta Ishizuka Wins The Loewe Foundation Craft Prize
The Japanese sculptor's work—titled Surface Tactility #11, 2018—took home the award this year.
06.26.2019 by Katie Ascher
Claiming A Seat at The Table
Group exhibition, Them, brings together new generation queer painters fixing art history’s absence of diversity.
06.20.2019 by Osman Can Yerebakan
Inside Artist Dalton Gata's Beautiful, Dark, Twisted, Fantasy
The visual essay, freely inspired by Leonard Cohen's "You Want It Darker," is a love story with a tragic twist.
05.30.2019 by L'Officiel Art
Tom Bianchi's Latest Book Aims to Cure Sexual Repression
Titled '63 E. 9th Street: NYC Polaroids 1975-1983,' the photographer welcomes readers into his former New York City apartment to be free and sensual.
05.13.2019 by Cullen Ormond
Philip Tsiaras's Latest Exhibit Is as Iconic as the People He Painted
On view now through May 31, "Dot Pop Portraits" is the artist's way of mixing portraiture and painting.
05.11.2019 by Abraham Martinez and Yasmine Maggio
Start Spreading the News, De Wain Valentine’s Work Has Arrived in New York
Titled "Works from 1967 to present" is the artist's first show since 2015.
05.08.2019 by Maxwell Williams
The Other Art Fair is Giving a Platform to Unrepresented Artists
The weekend long event in May is the perfect opportunity to familiarize yourself with young and undiscovered talent in the world of visual art.
05.02.2019 by Ella Snyder
Seven Highlights from This Year’s Art Brussels
Collectors flocked to the Belgian capital for an intimate look at the contemporary art on offer.
05.01.2019 by Jane Gayduk
Damian Loeb Explains His Approach to Abstraction
Ahead of Frieze New York, Loeb muses about all things art, inspiration, and touches on universal truths.
04.30.2019 by Avery Felman
Anything You Can Do, Ricardo Fumanal Can Do Better
The London-based illustrator showcases his breadth of artistic mediums and diverse talents.
04.29.2019 by Avery Felman
Brian Kenny Is Not Afraid To Draw Outside The Lines
Influential artist, Brian Kenny is making his mark on France—literally.
04.25.2019 by Cullen Ormond
At Milan Design Week, Fashion and Interior Design Worlds Collide
An overview of the design fair from the fashion lens.
04.15.2019 by Olivia Lopez
Tod's Shows Us a Different Way of Living
The footwear brand debuted a series of installations at Milan Design Week, in collaboration with Studio Andrea Caputo.
04.13.2019 by Yasmine Maggio
New Photo Book 'Terms & Conditions' Celebrates the Nude Female Form
The collection of photographs highlights the female figure through uncensored nudity.
04.09.2019 by Cullen Ormond
How Model and Photographer Ethan James Green Challenges Industry Norms
His first monograph, Young New York, uses black-and-white portraits to highlight a diverse range of up and coming talent.
04.02.2019 by Cullen Ormond
An Installation by Delphine Diallo Arrives at the Quin Hotel
Titled 'Flora, Fauna, and Forms' the Senegalese-French artist's work explores a vernacular of pastoral landscape and composite works from Thailand, Montana and Mongolia.
03.28.2019 by Abraham Martinez
Inside North America’s Far-Out Art Fair, Bombay Beach Biennale
It’s not an art moment—it’s an art movement.
03.25.2019 by Tanya Akim
Peter Marino is the Artist's Architect for a Reason
His long-standing relationship with the house of Chanel proves that the way to push the creative needle forward is through seeking a modernity rooted in a deep history.
03.16.2019 by Yale Breslin