The Get Down, Netflix’s highly anticipated new show about the birth of hip hop during the late ‘70s in the South Bronx, focuses on the youth who simultaneously created a new music genre, art form, and fashion style. "These young people didn't do it because they wanted to be rich ... More »
Take your pick from a handful of Fringe shows enjoying extended runs at the Logan Fringe Arts Space this weekend. [ more › ]
As summer continues, so does CBS' American Gothic, and executive producer Corinne Brinkerhoff and star Megan Ketch were at San Diego Comic-Con to talk about the show and how it pays homage to American paintings.
Wondering how to use Prisma? We'll walk you through the app, showing you how to remove that annoying Prisma watermark, apply the artistic styles to your photos and how to share them with the world.
Over the past few years, we’ve perfected the art of helping startups secure the capital, coverage and customers they need to grow. At our conferences, they’re given the opportunity to show international tech influencers, investors and journalists the next game-changers. Show More Summary
Talking about the stigmatization and repression surrounding the AIDS crisis with the co-curator of 'Art AIDS America' and 'A Deeper Dive.'
'Blackness in Abstraction,' an ongoing show at Pace Gallery, traces the use of the hue in contemporary art.
The 2016 presidential election is sure to be one of the most unique in history: it is the first time a woman has won the Democratic nominee and a famous business mogul won the Republican one. This means we millennials need to make our voices heard more than ever. Show More Summary
This week, one artist mimics psychoanalysts while another paints invisible athletes. Tennis ghost The woman in skates and a blue sequined dress in Raffi Kalenderian’s The Figure Skater could either be at the center of a full arena or alone in some dark blurry rink. Either way, she looks as if...
Tucked into a side wall at Postmasters Gallery in Tribeca, as part of a handsome group show called Grayscale, there are five new drawings by William Powhida, one of which is titled “Is Donald Trump an Existential Threat? Or Just A Major Asshole…”
With a record 113 categories to deal with the Television Academy has split up the primetime categories into three separate shows with three separate and identical Governors Balls. As previously announced the Creative Arts Emmy Show will now take place over the course of two nights on September 10 and September 11. Show More Summary
Ever dream of becoming a professional mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter -- or furthering your existing career -- but didn't feel like sharing a house with a bunch of drunken pranksters on The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) reality show? Now you...Show More Summary
Even off-key warbling and wonky stick figures help lower stress, a new study shows.
American Denim: A New Folk Art Beagle 1975 Jeans aren’t just some groovy pants, they are art! This is one of those books that isn’t necessarily awful. The point of this book is to show design/art with denim. That’s cool. Is it a weeder? Not unless it isn’t within the scope or mission of your […]
“A local museum has announced its final conclusion on the authenticity of a scandal-hit painting art exhibition in Ho Chi Minh City, and the results are probably far from what the collector had been hoping for.”
It is one of the most memorable and eerie paintings made of Los Angeles: Ed Ruscha's 1965-68 canvas, "The Los Angeles County Museum on Fire," which shows the museum hovering over a plane of wan greens, the Ahmanson Building ablaze. Right now, it couldn't be more current. The Sand Fire in the Santa...
The Battlefield TV series is inching closer to fruition. Electronic Arts recently revealed that Michael Sugar, one of the producers behind last year's Oscar-winner for Best Picture, Spotlight, will be working on the show. Along with production house Anonymous Content's Ashley Zalta, Sugar will serve as executive producer. Show More Summary
"Everything isn’t literal, but throughout the show you’ll see things that represent us coming from practicing in alleys to an actual art gallery."
Some of the coolest stuff turns up on Kickstarter. I remember when the 3Doodler first showed up there a few years ago, I thought that was really cool but didn’t like the idea of expensive filaments…
Red Hook is fast becoming worthy of its surname, with many attractions that have hooked New Yorkers and tourists alike to this historic Brooklyn seaside enclave. The neighborhood has the feel of a rusty Montauk, bathed by the watersShow More Summary