Brushing eyes, combing toenails, flossing knees, and buying butts at the supermarket.
Saint Hoax is an artist who comes out of Syria and has a limitless mind of his own.
Do you remember when you were a kid, nearly spending the entirety of your days drawing?
Starting November 4, 2016, the public will have the chance to admire the retrospective of Marilyn Minter's work at the Brooklyn Museum.
The widely popular fashion website, The Coveteur, is coming out with a beautiful coffee table book on October 18, 2016.
Have you heard of "Wax Nostalgic?" How about the guy who can make almost anything out of crayons? Well Hoang Tran is the man behind it all!
“I create books so they can make masterpieces,” says Johanna Basford, about her new coloring book, Magical Jungle, which was recently published.
Invader is a mystery. People don’t know his real name. They also don't know what he looks like.
Phillip Nuveen in Wonderland: a mini fashion world
Nick Gentry is an exceptional contemporary artist who compose oil painting portraits with obsolescent media like Floppy disks, vintage...
In the first of December 2015, the Embassy of Sweden in Tokyo invites you to the opening of...
Rarely does a market place transform an entire city – usually it is museums or art galleries, sometimes a hotel that brings in the crowds.
“Art is about creating interesting experiences and should not be limited to museums and galleries,” says the Brazilian multimedia artist ...
The Tao Downtown is a luxurious restaurant located at 92 Ninth Avenue on West 16th Street, New York.
Years before the term “It Girl” become a thing, one woman, Jaqueline de Ribes, had already given it meaning.
Explore How American Art Came to be, From Founding Families to Our Newest Immigrants, at the New Whitney Museum
“America is hard to see.
Less partial witnesses than he
In book on book have testified
This weekend in New York City, a group of over 70 artists is set to present the annual art exhibit "Bad Dads VI." In its sixth consecutive edition, the exhibition - which was...
On May 17, 2015, “Yoko Ono: One Woman Show (1960-1971)” made its debut at the Museum of Modern Art.
The well-known Italian art gallery, Galleria Borghese, breaks its tradition of displaying exclusively “hard” pieces of art, such as plaster, marble, bronze, and stone, to introduce “Soft Sculpture...
GLOSS The Work of Chris von Wangenheim
By Roger Padilha and Mauricio Padilha
Manami Okazaki’s latest photography book, Toy Tokyo, turns a playful lens on Japan’s capital.
Art is especially impactful when spectators are drawn in beyond simply viewing from a distance.
Held every year April 14th - 19th in Milan, Italy, Salone Del Mobile celebrates excellence in furniture craftsmanship and artistic vision.
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