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1.28.17

Holy Shit, These Japanese Woodblock Prints of Famous World Landmarks Are Incredible

The landscape prints of world-traveling printmaker Hiroshi Yoshida are on view at Ronin Gallery.

1.18.17

Get Lost in Mazes Made from Famous City Maps

From Brooklyn to San Francisco, Michelle Chandra turns famous cities into tricky but beautiful mazes.

12.1.16

Life and Death in Intricate Black and White Prints

Mazatl wants to protect animals and the Earth with his emblematic woodcuts.

11.9.16

Enter a Melting Rainbow Universe Fueled by Open-Source Art Tools

Zouassi’s abstract neon prints experiment with different modes of composition and form.

11.1.16

Go Ahead, Try and Focus On These Canvases

Jeff Elrod’s latest canvases challenge your imagination.

10.19.16

150-Year-Old Woodblock Prints Keep Japanese History Alive in New York

Yoshitoshi's "ukiyo-e" prints bridge Eastern and Western, ancient and modern cultures.

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9.23.16

Linda, 'Bob's Burgers' Is Having a Tribute Art Show

From the gallery that brought you 'Wes Anderson Bad Dads' and 'Quentin vs. Coen'...

8.20.16

How A Wealthy Businessman Became an Artist By Painting with his Phablet

Dilip De’s first art exhibition, 'Celebration of Love,' is a series of 24 prints he painted on his Samsung Galaxy Notebook.

8.13.16

The Modern 'Big Bad Wolf' Is a Chiller

Over the river and through the woods, Mando Marie's storybook paintings await you.

8.10.16

30 Legendary Michael Jordan Photos Get an Exhibition

One of the most illustrious sports photographers in history teamed up with Your Art Gallery for an exhibition sale of iconic snapshots.

7.18.16

Artist Celebrates Her Brassy Elderly Aunt in Luscious Photo Prints

Michelle Maguire honors her foul-mouthed, Crystal Light-swilling Great Aunt Doll in an artists’ book of prints and vignettes.

7.10.16

Ordinary Pictures Takes a Profound Swing at the Stock Photo Industry

As the Walker Art Center's new exhibition proves, stock photography is more powerful than you think.

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