How an Unfinished James Baldwin Manuscript Became a Documentary Film

'I Am Not Your Negro' director Raoul Peck links Baldwin’s ideas to issues still surrounding race and poverty in America today.


Looking Back at Manhattan's Street Art Mecca, 10 Years Later

Before being swallowed by condos, Eleven Spring Street was a five-story work of art.


Public Art by Björk, JR, and Yoko Ono Comes to Moscow

Times Square Arts ships its greatest hits from the Big Apple to Russia.


The Race to Save Computer-Based Art | Conservation Lab

When it comes to the conservation of computer-based art, the code has yet to be written—but a groundbreaking initiative at the Guggenheim could help establish standards for the industry.


Giant Olympic Athlete Sculptures Soar Over Rio

Street artist JR immortalises those not competing in this year's Olympic Games.


Silicon Valhalla: Stockholm Stakes Its Claim on the Future

Artist talks from JR and Doug Aitken, Icona Pop, and rumours of 5G internet blew the doors off of the Brilliant Minds conference Day 1.


The Louvre's Glass Pyramid, Gone!

Artist JR is back at it again with the large scale optical illusions.


Noisey Beats 1: All Things Bloc Party, Baby

Also check out a sweet Coachella mix, a world premiere from Keith Jenkins, and a sit down with St. Louis up and comer J.R.


Pixar Tribute Spans 20 Years of Emotional Ass-Kicking

Pixar has the secret to storytelling down pat. Here's why.


Artist JR on Immigrants and How Art Can Change the World

The star street artist discusses his new art film, 'Ellis,' which stars Robert De Niro. NBD.


Cuban-American History Surfaces in José Parlá’s Paintings

The artist's newest exhibit 'Surface Body/Action Space' is split between two NY galleries.


The Best Musical of the Year Is a Hip-Hop Show About Alexander Hamilton

Lin-Manuel Miranda's new Broadway play 'Hamilton: An American Musical' is inventive, educational, and also really, really good.