“That Could Be Me”: Students and Faculty at Syracuse University Aren’t All That Shocked by the Racist Incidents on Campus
“I was verbally harassed for being a woman of color with disabilities,” said one former student.
Contemporaries of Jean-Michel Basquiat and Michael Stewart—the subject of Basquiat's painting "Defacement"—reflect on surviving 1980s New York.
'Downtown 81' depicts a day in the young artist's life as he hustles in Manhattan's art scene.
The famously anonymous global street artist's situation shows how hard it is for graffiti writers to avoid getting ripped off.
"I'm not saying pride should be a riot every year. But these rainbow flag binches need to know that people before them fought for their comfort."
The electrofunk musician from Montreal kicks off our culture series “Currently Obsessed”
Another year, another reminder not to touch the art.
How a formerly-undocumented kid from Queens went from performing on the subway to a solo art show in Manhattan.
These vintage art advertisements were made by artists like Jean-Michel Basquiat, Cindy Sherman, Andy Warhol, and Nan Goldin.
Windex's curious new #SparkleGraffiti campaign illustrates how writers can get a leg up when brands are footing the bill.
A trove of early Basquiat works rescued from an East Village bank vault inspired a filmmaker to explore the artist's formative years.