Juicy Stories About What Andy Warhol Was Really Like
"Andy seemed to be floating through space. He had this magical energy and looked like nobody else."
MoMA Is Finally Giving Legendary Black Artist Charles White His Due
White was one of the first artists to depict black life in fine art. Nearly 40 years after his death, he's finally getting the acclaim he deserves.
Sarah Lucas's Perverse, Feminist Art is Vital in the #MeToo Era
Her crass, daring work resonates as a funny exploration of gender in an especially unfunny time for women.
Russian Art Gallery Considers Ban on Booze After Drunk Man Attacks Painting with Pole
“I don’t drink vodka, and became overwhelmed by something.”
The 'Give Melania a Voice' Wax Museum Exhibition Is Weird as Hell
Sean Spicer presided over the entrance of the first lady into the room where they keep the presidents and the popes.
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Las Vegas's New Weed Museum Will Feature a Monstrous 22-Foot Bong
And you'll only have to pay $4.20 to see it.
Dinosaur Museum Chastises McDonald's for 'Thoughtless', 'Insulting' Radio Ad
McDonald's has pulled the advertisement from Canadian airwaves due to backlash.
Inside the Sex Museum Using Erotica to Push Activism
Vegas's Erotic Heritage Museum has always had a progressive agenda, but in the Trump era, it's finding a reinvigorated sense of purpose.
Inside the Home of the Man Who Collects Everything
Former Nevada lieutenant governor and neurosurgeon Lonnie Hammargren has spent decades and millions collecting everything from roller coasters to movie props to spacecraft.
New Museum Launches Free Downloadable VR App
New Museum and Rhizome's ‘Artists VR’ is a virtual exhibition featuring leading voices in the VR field: Jeremy Couillard, Jacolby Satterwhite, Jayson Musson, Rachel Rossin, Peter Burr and Porpentine, and Jon Rafman.
The Museum of Everyday Objects That Makes Transgender Lives Visible
The Museum of Transology is the largest collection of trans-related objects in the UK. Curator E-J Scott tells us why trans people need to assert their place in museums everywhere.
Rarely-Seen Samurai Weaponry Finally Goes on Display
Did you know the Japanese used stingray skin to wrap sword hilts?