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5.16.18

Fall Down the Rabbit Hole with the New Track from Melody's Echo Chamber

"Desert Horse," from 'Bon Voyage,' due out on 15 June, feels more like a collage than a song.

3.7.18

The Artist Changing the Face of Black Girlhood

Even Beyoncé adores Deborah Roberts's collaged portraits of strong, beautiful black girls and women.

2.19.17

Garbage Sculptured in the Shape of Endangered Species

Quasi-robot animals meet found art in these realistic polymer sculptures.

2.9.17

An Artist Is Deconstructing Comics into Grids in Order to Challenge Power Structures

Yale first-year MFA student Johnathan Payne folds comic strips into lattices, creating a new space for femme, brown, queer, and black mythologies.

2.4.17

Cut-Out Collages Turn Medical Magazines into 'Lord of the Flies' Characters

Artists Michael Tunk and John Vochatzer have joined forces to recreate you favorite fictional boys stranded on an island.

2.1.17

Two Artists Ask, is Virtual Reality Becoming "A Nightmare You Can't Wake Up From?"

A new exhibition at Los Angeles’ Sprüth Magers pairs pioneering immersive filmmaker Stan VanDerBeek and experimental video artist Jon Rafman.

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2.1.17

An Artist Transforms Debris into Sculptures of Home and History

Scraps of metal, signage, and wood moldings are turned into powerful compositions about the experience of home.

1.31.17

Florida Artist Uses Fabric Scraps and Found Objects to Investigate Race | #50StatesofArt

Dana Robinson uses everyday materials to explore of-the-moment issues in Gainesville, FL.

1.25.17

Succulents Make a Stunning Statement Inside Vintage Typewriters

Turkish artist Aysenaz Karayalcin likens succulents to the resilence of women around the world.

12.30.16

The Artful Activist Collective Fights Climate Change and Toxic Politics

Artists are gearing up for the next four years in America.

12.29.16

Dozens of Cut-Up Mirrors Get Rearranged into a Magnificent Glass Room

A room of mirrors by Jim Hodges is an explosion of dream-like color.

12.27.16

Turning BBW into a Point of Pride, Not a Category of Porn

Theresa Chromati subverts the derogatory moniker to reclaim the black, female gaze.

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