Existentialists will love the work of Alexandre Coll.
Montreal-based David Côté’s surreal tattoos are colorful and crisp.
In 'Grass, Peonie, Bum,' Maisie Cousins celebrates bodies for their repulsiveness and their eroticism.
Ashleigh Alexandria paints her models to blend in and stand out in urban spaces.
Mar Hernández’s photographs question what it means to be abandoned
Alexia Rubod's mystical figure is reminiscent of ancient relics.
Baseball, carnivals, and institutional racism inspire Memphis-born artist Derek Fordjour's evocative paintings, collages, and sculptures.
SaveArtSpace reclaims advertising for the female gaze.
Among Savages' "If You See Her" just might be your next summer jam.
Vesa Kivinen combines oil painting, body painting, and nature photography to create a work of art that is several pieces and one piece simultaneously
Activist artists and scientists gathered to educate, learn, and protest during the UN’s first Ocean Conference in NYC.