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In the past year, obscure figures from master paintings in museums around the world have been moonlighting as street art, thanks to a project called Outings.
Often nature itself gets in the way.
In general, it’s very difficult to assume the mantle of a Warholian legacy.
The German artist Charline von Heyl’s current show, Dusseldörf, currently on view at Petzel’s new uptown gallery, presents a group of von Heyl’s early collages and paintings from 1990–1995.
MINNEAPOLIS — “Make love not war,” the ‘60s era anti-war slogan, could have been the official credo of the noble House of Habsburg.
Lorena Turner’s book The Michael Jacksons is the end product of a journey to track down, photograph, and interview Michael Jackson impersonators.
Tired of the one-sided and often misogynistic narrative of the pickup artist (PUA), Angela Washko wanted to provide a more complex understanding of PUAs by recasting their stories from women’s perspectives.
Controversy has erupted over two replicas of important heritage sites in China, a country famous for its many reproductions of other nations' famous structures.
As the son of a hotel manager, Edoardo Flores spent his childhood around objects many of us associate solely with the niceties of vacation.
After photographer Phil Toledano experienced both the sudden death of his mother and the slower, drawn out demise of his father, he became obsessed with his own potential futures.
Amid much handwringing about the future of books and arts, the Academy of American Arts and Sciences released on Monday its annual report on the state of the humanities.
Catherine Taylor’s book centers on her search — what feels like an obsessive search — through veins of history buried in the time of apartheid in South Africa, where she and her family are from.
A new report breaking down emoji use by country and language found that hearts make up 55% of emoji typed by French speakers. That’s four times the international average.
The city of Paris will spend €80 million (~$85.9 million) over the next five years fixing up and restoring the 96 historic buildings it is responsible for maintaining.
"Cartoons either make the strange familiar or the familiar strange," says New Yorker cartoon editor Bob Mankoff in Leah Wolchok's documentary about the magazine's enduring cartoon department, Very Semi-Serious.
LONDON — “Nagorno” is a Russian word for “mountain,” while “Karabakh” is a word of Turkic and Persian origin meaning “black garden.” When joined by a hyphen, the two words denote the boiling point of the Caucuses: Nagorno-Karabakh, a disputed enclave — one of post-Soviet Europe’s “frozen conflicts” — that doubles as a mountainous graveyard.
Artists' studios in Boston, Austin, Houston, London, and Wexford, Ireland.
A comic book industry veteran for the last decade, Kelly Sue DeConnick first earned her chops adapting manga to English.
The California-born, Yale-educated, Brooklyn-based painter Kehinde Wiley is an oddly polarizing artist, whose massive figurative paintings inspire both rage and adoration from his viewers.
What would a video game look like if developed in 1923 by a bunch of angry modern artists?