Vincent van Gogh. Pablo Picasso. Leonardo da VinciEmojis The little emoticons have taken over our lives, revolutionizing the we express ourselves. And now they're taking over the world of art See also: 10 Emojis We Wish Existed The Emoji Art and Design Show, which is open to the public from Dec. Show More Summary
This article first appeared on U.S. News and World Report Money. My daughter has dreamed of going to Paris for as long as I can remember. In kindergarten, one of her major art projects involved a paper sculpture of the Eiffel Tower. She’s watched Ratatouille more times than I can count. Show More Summary
Making the most of his Monday evening, Pharrell Williams showed up at the Colette Aft Drive-Through at Alchemist Installation in Miami, Florida last night (December 2). The “Get Lucky” singer looked to be having a blast during the Art...Show More Summary
(KeyArena) KNDD's first-ever Deck the Hall Ball took place in 1992, and it consisted of Evan Dando and Sarah McLachlan performing solo sets on the steps of the Seattle Art Museum. By '94, the Ball was a humongous show packed with established and up-and-coming stars. Show More Summary
Next week, Milestones: African Americans in Comics, Pop Culture and Beyond opens at the Geppi Entertainment Museum. The show features unbelievable art from amazing artists and have been in the works for almost two years. I was fortunate enough to be asked to curate a show on African American pop art by Missy Geppi, the president of the museum. Show More Summary
Exosquad was an American cartoon that aired from 1993-1994. It was a magnificent story of war, suffering, courage, treachery, love and loss. It was a very toyetic show made in a traditionally children's medium, yet it was an adult story. Show More Summary
"An art show that does more than jerk off…" That was the subject line of an email I got about a current exhibit at Crane Arts in Philadelphia. Hardly publicist-speak. But Richard Ross is no publicist. He's a talented photographer whose...Show More Summary
Judging by the long lines that have snaked around Chelsea's David Zwirner gallery this week, it seems that New York has found its next big blockbuster art installation: I Who Have Arrived in Heaven, a spectacular and intense show by 84-year-old Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama—we got a chance to film inside. Read more...
Yikes, I don’ know how I slept through this one, maybe it was Auto Show Frenzy of the last few weeks. Regardless. The Snap To Grid show at LACDA has got to be my absolute favorite show. Why? Its a take all comers show that gives you a wonderful snapshot of where we are as [...]
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: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This […]
Art Basel, one of the top art shows in all the world bringing international modern masters and emerging talent together, is now on in one of the hottest cool capitals in the world, Miami. And of course, the city's vibrant hotel scene is getting in on the party. Show More Summary
Four impressive exhibitions Museo Jumex show that the new museum in Mexico City for contemporary art is heading in the right direction. MEXICO CITY — The cultural ecology of any great city is a complex organism, its shape shifting over time. Show More Summary
Let me introduce you to a few of the many selves of Eleanor Antin, as they are represented in the show Multiple Occupancy: Eleanor Antin’s “Selves,” currently on view at the Wallach Art Gallery at Columbia University.
Installation art in Lithuania tries to blur the lines between virtual and real space.
1. They can’t make any money on it. It’s show business, not show art. The bottom line is the bottom line. Major labels don’t care if you’re the new Mozart Beatles, if they can’t make any money on you they’re not interested, now more than ever, where recordings render less cash than ever. 2. Radio […]
When Dylan’s Candy Bar invited Henry Hargreaves and Caitlin Levin to create artwork out of candy for a show during Art Basel Miami, the artists jumped at the chance to turn something traditional, like candy, into art. Inspired by their...Show More Summary
UK fashion and art imprint Project Zoltar - comprised of Dan Macmillan and Kieron Livingstone - celebrates their 10-year anniversary with the book Zoltar the Magnificent. As the video below shows, Project Zoltar throw their own aesthetics… Project Zoltar presents ‘Zoltar the Magnificent’ Book is a post by Brock Cardiner on Highsnobiety.
There are two things I like about Wreckless Eric's first solo show, at Upstairs and to the Left. One is the location, because not enough art shows, I find, are held above pubs.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this stor...
Not exactly the vacation spot of the galaxy, is it? Check out some newly revealed concept art for this past summer's Riddick, by artist Vance Kovacs, showing the desolate world where Riddick is marooned. And check out more art, including Riddick's jet motorcycle and a sweet glider! Read more...
Each week, show host Michael Stets shares his mixed martial arts (MMA) opinions on the latest hot topics, event previews (and reviews), key storylines and, of course, interview many of the best fighters and personalities in the sport today. Show More Summary