A colossal Canadian fight card gave fans inside the Bell Centre, and those watching live on Fight Pass and Fox Sports 1 (FS1), a sensational showing of mixed martial arts (MMA) action. The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is setShow More Summary
Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget:...Show More Summary
Cold hard facts. You can't dispute them. Looking to settle the debate about poetry's slow decline into death, The Washington Post cites the Survey of Public Participation in the Arts to show a ten-year steady downtrend in public participation with poetry. Show More Summary
“Sobredosis de TV” is our occasional feature where we look at television shows regarding the Americas. VICE was founded in 1994 as a culture and arts magazine in Canada, which would eventually turn into a media conglomerate that includes a film production company and a record label. Show More Summary
Proving it's not only small, private, liberal-arts colleges that are susceptible to financial distress, Louisiana State University (LSU) announced that it's in the midst of drawing up a financial exigency plan. Bloomberg News, whichShow More Summary
Arcadia Contemporary, a gallery in NYC that focuses largely on contemporary art in the representational tradition, has a new show titled “Celebrating Women Artists” in which they are showcasing work by six women artists from among the artists they represent. The show features three painters, two sculptors and a photographer. I’ve featured images of work […]
Had a great time yesterday chatting with Ryan Hamilton and Art Eddy from Life of Dad. Check out the podcast here. If you haven’t already heard Art and Ryan, you really need to. They’re smart, thoughtful, and inspiring. But most of all, they’re committed dads who are walking the walk. Show More Summary
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As Richard Prince opens a new show of deconstructed female figures in New York, artist and sad girl theorist Audrey Wollen contextualises the work in a tradition of art historical sexism.
They say you don't realize what you were missing until you get it. Well, New York City was missing a building for showing modern and contemporary art.
"Revolutions On Air" celebrates the innovators of 1980s mix show culture. If the 21st Century was all we had to go on, hip hop culture would simply be called pop culture, considering its influence on music, art, film, and fashion. Even the President listens to Kanye. But not all that long ago, it was still culture of the counter kind. Read Full Story
In our weekly Concept Art Writing Prompt, we invite you all to write short stories inspired by a particularly interesting illustration. This week’s prompt, by artist Johnson Ting, shows us a very battered NASA ship. You tell us: What happened here? Read more...
Even though I’m not a car buff, oldtimer car shows and exhibitions attract me. One reason is hood ornaments—a distinctive aspect of each automobile that beautifully combines art, design and typography. Read more...
A show of Jules Feiffer’s art work opens tonight at the Adam Baumgold Gallery, and a book of his collected works, “Out of Line: The Art of Jules Feiffer,” is about to be released. Feiffer’s own graphic novel “Kill My Mother,” was published last year, and he’s currently working on the second book of what will be a noir trilogy. Show More Summary
The inaugural show at the new home of Whitney Museum of American Art offers a carefully judged musing on its institutional past.
Ovation announced three new series Thursday at a press event at New York's CORE Club. The network, which evp of network strategy Liz Janneman and evp of programing and production Scott Woodward described as "America's only arts network," currently reaches 54 million U.S. Show More Summary
I may have went a bit Bobbi-crazy a couple of months ago when these colors came out (I already reviewed the shockingly bright Art Sticks and have yet to show you the corresponding sheer lip colors). I was just so happy to see a Bobbi...Show More Summary
Graphic arts festival Pick Me Up opened at London's Somerset House last night, with talks, workshops, screenings and exhibitions taking place until May 4. Here's a look at some of our favourite work on show and what's on over the next few days...
I t's hard to discuss the genre often referred to as "outsider art" without calling into question the term itself. Referencing art made not only on the periphery of the artistic institution, but on the outskirts of society and culture...Show More Summary
The Star Wars universe will never be the same because the Superhero R2-D2 Art Prints show that the lovable little astromech droid has had some serious upgrades. The Imperial forces better watch out because this little guy no longer needs a Jedi to save the day. Artist Steve Berrington combines the heroes of DC Comics […]