Why You'll Never Change Anyone's Mind About Politics
Science has now all but proven that facts cannot sway political opinion. But what can?
How Brexit Could Affect Britain's Artists: Last Week in Art
Also, the Louvre Museum prepares for floods sweeping Paris and a gold-encrusted gold eagle is stolen.
Meet the Cabaret-Dancing Pub Landlady Who Doesn’t Serve Pints
Welcome back to Last Call, where we visit watering holes around the world for life advice from their trusty barkeepers. Today, we meet landlady and former cabaret artist Lesley Lewis at The French House in London.
Kanye Kissing Kanye: Last Week in Art
In better news, Art Dubai was young, successful, and female.
6 Art Masterpieces to Replace Facebook’s Reaction Emojis
Because Donald Trump and Pokémon just won’t do.
Artists Examine 'The Problem of God' in a Massive Group Show
The new group show deconstructs a visual vocabulary of the religion in 120 artworks from 30-some artists, including Francis Bacon, James Turrell, and Ad Reinhardt.
You Can Soon Smell, Taste, and Hear These 20th Century Paintings
London's Tate Britain museum has created an immersive art experience which aims to stimulate all the senses, not just sight.
5 Artists Who Deserve to Be on the New British £20
With Adam Smith on the outs, the Bank of England is seeking a visual artist for the new face of the £20 note.
The Creators Project
If Francis Bacon Animated Your Face in 3D, It Might Look Something Like This
Not many people may know Donato Sansone's video work, but after dropping "Portrait," a digital acid-trip of a video, that should change.
The Fashion Issue 2010
When Vice called me last month with an out-of-the-blue offer to fly to Paris and interview the Kaiser himself, Karl Lagerfeld - creative director of the $10 billion Chanel empire, the house of Fendi, and his own eponymous line - I jumped at the chance.