Who are the hot new artists of today? Read this comic and find out.
Through sound art, performance, installations, drawings, and videos, Senior TED Fellow Christine Sun Kim is challenging "hearing culture" and our limited definition of sound, and electrifying the art world in the process.
The self-described "artsexual" has painted President Obama, Marilyn Monroe, and his balls.
We spoke to the cartoonist about adapting her critically acclaimed coming of age story for the stage, and the "test" that bears her name.
After an explosion of publicity, and an influx of users, the hullabaloo around Ello died down quickly. But some people are still on it five months later. Who are they?
Artist-activist Jennifer Miller has been creating social justice–themed circus performances in New York City parks for decades, but her most recent one could be her last.
The goal of Emile Klein's You're US project is to paint portraits of three people from every state—cycling from subject to subject. So far, he's traveled 14,000 miles and painted 40 Americans from ten different states.
Strother talked with me about his new solo show, Space Jam, and his desire to be the art-world's version of Michael Jordan: a "supreme entity who's surpassed identity and blackness."
Genesis's Alison Sampson, Raygun Roads' Owen Michael Johnson, and THE WICKED + THE DIVINE's Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie lead the way.
A new comic by Valentine Gallardo about a dreamy party, a third eye, and being young.
Brent-Con was founded by Sean Z. Maker in 2010 to serve as a sort of queer version of Comic-Con and to bridge the gap between LGBT artists, fans, and geek culture.
The artist known for giant dildo sculptures recently created The Folly Acres Cookbook, which includes your average carrot cake recipe, but also meals that incorporate roadkill.
In New Orleans, artists have been commissioned to make art out of 186 guns from the NOPD's evidence room.
The future is a terrible place where all the humans are dead and robots, including Tamagotchis, are surviving by slurping our remains.
Comedian and artist Casey Jane Ellison has some thoughts on the art world, and how you can change the world through your art... or your photoshopped nudes.
As the Detroit Blight Task Force begins tearing down the city's crumbling buildings, the artists of the Seafoam Palace are trying to save the wreckage and transform it into something new.
In Valentine Gallardo's modern comics, frightening nightmare parties, beauty, and fear swirl around in a big snow globe of great drawings.
Former Weekly World News staff members talk openly about their contributions these days. I thought it was time someone got in touch with the father of Bat Boy, Dick Kulpa.
Larry Bear skips school and has a perfect day in this comic by award-winning comic book genius Leslie Stein.
Kenan Juska's new exhibition, Daily Operation, brings together 526 sequential collages made of garbage found on the streets of New York between March 2005 and November 2008.
The 2014 VICE Photo Show is being held at Pioneer Works in Red Hook, Brooklyn, so we talked to Dustin Yellin to find out what makes this impossibly ambitious project work, against impossible odds.
Goodbye and auf wiedersehen to the fake soldiers, bears, Darth Vaders, Mickeys, and all the other street performers at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin. Twenty-five years after the fall of the Wall, they've been forced out of the German landmark.
Tonight, from 7 to 9 PM at the powerHouse Arena in Brooklyn, Thomas Roma and his son Giancarlo will talk to Susan Kismaric, curator in the photography department at the Museum of Modern Art, about their new book, The Waters of Our Time.
Have you ever walked past a screaming kid in a stroller and thought, I wish someone would steal that kid, force him to shut the hell up, and then punish his parents? This is the story of a scary monster who does just that.