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Egyptian feminist activist Aliaa Magda Elmahdy made a statement against the Islamic State (IS) this past weekend with the release of an explicit photograph on her Facebook page.
CHICAGO — Two weeks ago, news began to spread of the death of John Kearney, a fixture in the Chicago art world for more than seven decades. He was 89 years old.
The first work one encounters in Robert Heinecken: Object Matter, MoMA’s retrospective of the renowned “para-photographer”, is a 1965 piece entitled “Visual Poem/About the Sexual Education of a Young Girl”.
The 11th Beijing Independent Film Festival was not held last weekend as planned. The modest but increasingly vital festival, a rare incubator for a burgeoning Chinese independent film scene, was shut down on Saturday, August 23, by government authorities, the Associated Press reported.
Self-published, cheaply-made, and disseminated after running through copy machines, zines — short for "fanzine" — have existed as simple and cost-effective creative soapboxes. Zines+ and the World of ABC No Rio, a current exhibitionShow More Summary
Gertrude Käsbeir and Rinko Kawauchi have two things in common: they’re women and they’re photographers.
Think your four-year-old might be an artistic prodigy? While early drawing ability doesn’t mean your child will be the next Picasso, a new study suggests it may indicate brightness.
Homeownership has been on the decline in the United States, drifting down to 64.8% in the first quarter of 2014, per the Census Bureau's report earlier this year.
Danish photographer Keld Helmer-Petersen’s underknown, trailblazing series 122 Color Photographs is currently receiving its first solo show in New York, courtesy of Yossi Milo Gallery.
This week, there's never enough camp in LA, Morton Bartlett's bizarre dolls go on display, and it's your last chance to see shows at the Los Angeles Center for Digital Art (LACDA) and Jack Rutberg Gallery (plus almost your last chance to see one at Christopher Grimes Gallery).
A paper released earlier this month by a group of Rutgers University researchers applies computer vision and machine learning to the question of artistic influence.
This month, the Brooklyn Public Library launched a free service for personalized recommendations from the people who know their books best — the librarians.
A collection of Anglo-European avant-garde and modernist magazines dating to the late 19th and early 20th centuries has been compiled by Monoskop.
The future of space flight may be founded on the traditions of art.
This week, we wanted to remind you that there are a lot of exhibition you should catch before August comes to a close.
Since our last report in early July, the destruction by the Islamic State has not stopped.
With incredible precision through a diversity of materials, Charles Edenshaw evoked the beauty of traditional Haida art at a time when this First Nations culture was on the precipice of disappearing.
ATLANTA — This summer marks the fifth anniversary of Living Walls, The City Speaks, conference, an event and organization dedicated to bringing public art and conversation to downtown Atlanta.
Whitney V. Hunter staged a performance as protest at Union Square on Saturday, August 24. He laid down on the cobbled square and traced his silhouette 101 times in chalk.
Every winter, Monarch butterflies retreat to Central Mexico to spend the chilly months hibernating in the trees. But in the past decade, deforestation, pesticides, and climate change have threatened their journey.