Art

Art

Harmony Korine Just Wants to be Left Alone

The director, writer, and artist says he finds a freedom in painting that's hard to come by in film. His latest show, 'Young Twitchy,' is currently on view at Gagosian gallery in New York.
Jonathan Smith
3.18.19
Art

This Indian Festival Redefines Photography in the Age of Fake News and Social Media

Farmer suicides, Sabarimala devotees, and other stories from the ongoing Chennai Photo Biennale.
Pallavi Pundir
3.7.19
Art

Tracey Emin's 'A Fortnight of Tears' Is Catharsis in Action

The show at south London's White Cube Gallery sees Emin meditating on love, loss and insomnia, to frequently devastating effect.
Lauren O'Neill
3.5.19
VICE Long Reads

A Journey Into the Radical Art of Brain Injury Survivors

A small and thriving community of artists in London are re-kindling age old questions about why we create.
Joe Zadeh
3.4.19
video

The Rise of Trap in Southwest China: Chengdu

Welcome to Chengdu in Sichuan province, where the hip-hop is hotter than its food.
VICE Staff
3.2.19
Art

This Thread of Over-the-Top Black Art Perfectly Captured the Chaos of #BHM

This Black History Month went off the rails, and this strain of weird art exemplifies how.
Taylor Hosking
3.1.19
Art

North Korean Defector Artist Sun Mu’s Lost Utopias

The former propaganda artist for the DPRK regime now lives in South Korea, after swimming to freedom in the 1990s.
Lucy Tiven
2.25.19
Art

How the Protest Art of The Pacific Sisters Forged a Space in a City of Outsiders

Nearly thirty years after they formed in Auckland, The Pacific Sisters come home.
Mya Cole
2.22.19
Photography

Albrecht Becker Survived WWII to Become a Pioneering Photographer

Becker's artistic life began with a failed experiment on his penis.
Tim Geyer
2.21.19
Comics!

'Prince,' Today's Comic by Walt Dohrn

Movie director Walt Dohrn ruminates on his lifelong worship of Prince and the evils of addiction in this sixteen-page comic.
Walt Dorn
2.20.19
Health

Can Boa Constrictors Heal You?

From the ancient world to upstate New York, serpent healing has long been a source of sacred feminine power. Erin Schwartz gets wrapped up with Serpentessa. Photographed by Frankie Alduino.
Erin Schwartz
2.16.19
LGBTQ

This Artist Collects the Everyday Objects That Define Lesbian Life

Anyone who identifies as lesbian, butch, queer, non-binary, or trans was invited to send personal objects for the display.
Sofia Barrett-Ibarria
2.13.19
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