Actor, musician and avid art collector Steve Martin will co-curate an exhibition of work by the late Canadian artist Lawren Harris that will debut at the Hammer Museum at UCLA in fall 2015.
This is a guest contribution from Meghan Aileen Schirmer at The Shoppe Designs & Photoshop Actions. Their In Vogue Action Set is available on Snap N Deals now for just $29! (until December 24, 2013) Learning to Love Photoshop Actions When it comes to Photoshop Actions or presets photographers tend to love them or hate them. Show More Summary
SOMERVILLE, Mass. — Stashed away in the tony suburbs just west of Boston, the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum and its engagement with the wider, grittier world outside its gates has sometimes been called into question. But the museum...Show More Summary
Marthe Reed reviews Tracey McTague’s first book, Super Natural (Trembling Pillow Press 2013) for HTMLGIANT: “This playful, satiric collection explicitly samples its sources in folklore, myth, and history, even as its subjects are the...Show More Summary
Christmas is approaching fast. Is your blog still in that summer dress? We told you early enough to change that before winter breaks in. I don’t know what the weather is over at your spot of the globe. Over here we still have a little time to get our blogs winterproof. Show More Summary
At an age when most performers have retired, Estelle Parsons keeps on going. The 86-year-old actress will return to Broadway in April in the Eric Coble's comedic play "The Velocity of Autumn," which she recently performed at the Arena Stage in Washington in October.
Bill Cunningham’s photo of Editta Sherman on the subway dates to around 1968-1976. With the first snow flurries behind us and the deep freeze still ahead, we turn our thoughts briefly to spring, a season inevitably heralded by a selection of pastel-hued or floral-dappled ensembles captured by Bill Cunningham. Show More Summary
At David Zwirner gallery right now, you can see an entire room of Ad Reinhardt's black paintings. It's the first chance to do so in New York since 1991. But you can also see work for which the artist is lesser known — in particular, his cartoons.
For several years Swedish concept artist and illustrator Simon Stålenhag has been working on a series of digital images that, though initially just fanciful works done for practice or his own amusement, gradually evolved a common theme. Show More Summary
NBC seeks to adapt the classic horror story Rosemary's Baby for the television audience. News by Nathan Scalia Let's face the ugly truth: horror has a bad reputation with those who judge what's artistically important. I don't think it's fair, and I'm sure many of you will agree that well-written horror has a very important place in our media. Show More Summary
Someone’s mom is not going to be pleased.
Yes, that’s right. Small Press Traffic, the literary arts non-profit based in San Francisco since 1974, is gearing up for its FORTIETH BIRTHDAY. Holy smokes, Robyn! Help Small Press Traffic party it up right with your fiscal support. To produce its upcoming 2014 season, SPT is asking for $10,000 in twenty- that’s right- twenty days! [...]
From Berlin and Britain, virtuoso producers imagine a futuristic take on techno that elevates technical craft. Among many fine labels that have somehow flown under the radar this year, the surging productivity of Leisure System is surely one that merits some attention. Show More Summary
Colorado circa 1900. "In the Royal Gorge, Arkansas River, Rio Grande Southern Railway." 8x10 glass negative by William Henry Jackson. View full size.
The free anti-virus software, long popular on PCs, now has a version for Apple's computers.
French artist Prune Nourry is exploring this issue of gender selection in China by riffing off of one of its most iconic heritage sites: the Terracotta Warriors.
Salome by the Italian Baroque painter Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (1571–1610). There's no triumph only the severe contemplation of death.