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Cut-And-Paste Creations Frankenstein the Still Life
Daniel Gordon explores classicism through new-fangled digital tools.
9 Eye-Grabbing Works from Untitled, San Francisco
Exhibitors from all over the world converge on San Francisco for Untitled, Art.
Why This Couple Gave Away Their Priceless Art Collection to All 50 States | #50StatesofArt
The Herb and Dorothy Vogel Story: How two NYC public servants amassed one of the country’s most important art collections.
Artist Creates Households in the Sky in Drippy Vibrant Works
Painter Ricky Allman envisions architecturally-sound superstructures set in a rose-colored future.
Postcards from the End of an American Era
History hits a wall at Michael St. John's 14th solo show in New York, 'These Days; Leaves of Grass,' at Andrea Rosen Gallery.
These Incredible Soothing Illustrations Were Made With a Freaking Pencil
Filled with effortless grace, the fine-lined works of Marsi van de Heuvel deftly modernize Impressionism.
The Best Teenage Artists in the US Showcase Latest Work at Miami Art Week
10 YoungArts alumni fill a booth with art at Miami Art Week.
Neon Portraits Reclaim Nudes For the Female Gaze
Figurative neon art by Romily Alice newly illuminates the female form.
A Romanesque Castle is Filled with Postmodern Luxury Art
French artist Zevs fills a fortress with invisible graffiti and bootleg bags.
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Takashi Murakami Floods Paris with Effervescent Neo-Pop Art
The latest monographic show from iconic Japanese modern artist, Takashi Murakami, presses refresh on his signature, eclectic aesthetic.
Katamari-Esque Paintings Lift Debris into the Sky
It's a world of trash floating inside a larger world of trash in Masakatsu Sashie's paintings.