Once in every generation, there comes an artist too transgressive, too challenging, too persistently, deliberately incompetent to be appreciated in his own time. For low-budget video game movie adaptions of the mid-2000s, Uwe Boll was that artist. And now he is saying goodbye. Read more...
????????? ??????? - ?????? by Irina Alexander Deineka - Lilacs Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Deyneka 1899-1969 was a Soviet Russian painter, graphic artist and sculptor, regarded as one of the most important Russian modernist figurative painters of the first half of the 20th century.
Henri Le Sidaner - The Stone Table in Twilight (La table de pierre au crépuscule)  by Gandalf’s Gallery Via Flickr: This was painted at the height of the artist’s prowess and sets a tender and atmospheric tone. A characteristic sense of understated mystery pervades, a result of his Symbolist roots. Show More Summary
John Singer Sargent, Elizabeth Winthrop Chanler. John Singer Sargent (1856–1925) was an American artist, considered the “leading portrait painter of his generation” for his evocations of Edwardian era luxury.
Tamara de Lempicka, Self-Portrait, 1925. Tamara ?empicka, commonly known as Tamara de Lempicka (16 May 1898 – 18 March 1980), was a Polish Art Deco painter and “the first woman artist to be a glamour star”.
Though Amsterdam's sex workers have long reprimanded tourists attempting to take pictures of them, doing some has become much harder in the age of the smartphone. The post In Amsterdam’s Red Light District, Street Artists Tell Tourists: “No Fucking Photos” appeared first on Hyperallergic.
David Zwirner presents its first exhibition with William Eggleston since having announced the gallery?s exclusive worldwide representation of the artist. On view at 537 West 20th Street in New York will be works from Eggleston?s monumental project The Democratic Forest. Show More Summary
This autumn the British Museum will host the first major UK exhibition on South African art that explores a 100,000 history through archaeological, historic and contemporary artworks, which look at the long and rich artistic heritage of the country. Show More Summary
Allan Stone Projects presents Artists of the New York School, on view from October 27 ? December 23, 2016. Selected from the Allan Stone Collection, the exhibition highlights paintings, sculptures, and works on paper by a loosely associated group of mid-twentieth century European and American artists centered around New York. Show More Summary
Sikkema Jenkins & Co. announced that the gallery now represents photo-based artist Deana Lawson. Lawson?s work examines the body?s ability to channel personal and social histories, addressing themes of familial legacy, community, romance, and religious spiritual aesthetics. Show More Summary
Microsoft recently unveiled its new Surface Studio computer, which is designed with artists and creatives in mind. The company also introduced a new physical accessory that lets you quickly and easily access various digital tools, options and controls. Show More Summary
It's nothing unusual for an artist to throw a No. 1 party in Nashville. However, celebrating seven chart-toppers at once is a little bit different. That's what reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year Luke Bryan did Monday night (Oct. 24) at the Country Music Hall of Fame. Show More Summary
This year, FotoFocus pushes beyond the baseline conception of photography as a documentary process — something artists have sought to have done pretty much since the advent of the medium. The post A Photography Biennial Asks a Perennial Question About the Medium’s Objectivity appeared first on Hyperallergic.
Abrams Artists Agency has hired Ashwant Venkatram as a digital media agent in its Los Angeles office. He previously founded and ran PeopleTree Legal, a law firm that created business opportunities and negotiated contracts in the digital space. Show More Summary
There are few creators who can be recognized on their artistic style alone, and there are even fewer whose personal style helped mold some of the biggest works in their industry. Steve Dillon did both. Famously known for co-creating PREACHER, Dillon’s contributions to the world of comics has helped move the medium from throwaway entertainment […]
After another successful showing in Worcester, Massachusetts on August 26, POW! WOW! has unveiled a new clip detailing some of the finest works created as a product of their artist’s ingenuity. Featuring artists such as Arlin, Askew, Christina Angelina, Dan Witz, Greg Mike, Imagine, Jason Eatherly, JALLEN, Marka 27, Morgan Blair, Rustam QBic, Sabek, Sophy Tuttle, […]
Microsoft showed off its new Surface Studio all-in-one on Wednesday. More than just an iMac rip-off, the Surface Studio is focused squarely at artists and creative professionals. Read more...
Microsoft had a lot to say about hardware at their press event today, but tying everything together was the next big update to Windows 10. Coming sometime early next year, the Creators Update takes advantage of the Surface products,Show More Summary
Yesterday afternoon at the Patuxent Music studio in Rockville, MD Kevin Prater joined the family of artists recording for Tom Mindte and Patuxent. He and his Kevin Prater Band will begin work shortly on a new album, hopefully to be released early in 2017. Based in Kentucky, Prater […] The post Kevin Prater to Patuxent Music appeared first on Bluegrass Today.
The Georgia native is making music he calls “dirty south drone.”