One Artist's Frenzied Take on the Traditions of Old Masters
London's Amar Gallery showcases the lyrical drawings of Howard Tangye.
A Keith Haring Mural Is in Danger: Last Week In Art
In art news, the Met announces record high attendance amidst financial difficulties, and a Keith Haring Mural is in danger of being torn down by developers.
Dancers, Horses, and Women: Exploring the Fixations of Edgar Degas
An Australian museum readies for the first major exhibition in 30 years on the French artist and painter.
Next Level Absinthe Tripping Has Always Been Psychosomatic
Lofty 19th century Romantics were really into knocking back absinthe because they believed that it allowed them to transcend the mere mortals of this earth. Sadly, absinthe isn't actually hallucinogenic and any tripping was all in their heads.