Artist and "influencer" Glenda Lisette likes to play with self-portraiture and offers a critical view of how it's used in social media and branding
These images are brilliant, and sometimes disturbing.
Daniel Gordon explores classicism through new-fangled digital tools.
The Bruce High Quality Foundation's latest exhibition transposes the activity of an art school/studio onto the paintings of Caravaggio, Rubens, and Poussin.
Zenzele Ojore’s 'Corpora IV' project combines gestural photography with stills from vintage magazines.
A galaxy far, far away peeks through Earthling skyscrapers and alleyways in Thomas Dagg's photo series, 'Star Wars.'
Arno Beck is making computer art, computer-free.
“Cold, silent, and isolated” is how Norwegian artist Daria Endresen describes her photography.
Oleg Pustovit's gleaming, space oddities are experimental, digital delights.
Digital artist Russ Murphy collages together visuals for Thelonious Martin’s "Infomercial."