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Artists Are Occupying Museums to Protest Big Pharma

The Sackler family name is all over the art world, but they made their billions pushing opiates. These artists have had enough.
Dyllan Furness
10.24.18
Art

Looking Back at Manhattan's Street Art Mecca, 10 Years Later

Before being swallowed by condos, Eleven Spring Street was a five-story work of art.
Ray Mock
12.11.16
Art

Street Artist Swoon Brings a Spiritual Installation to Detroit

After having an unusual experience, Caledonia Curry, a.k.a., Swoon, created an immersive installation about the transition between life and death.
Andrew Salomone
10.17.16
Art

Art LeadHER Casts the Female Gaze on Contemporary Art

This group show of 15 female artists celebrates female creativity of all shapes, scales, and forms.
Sami Emory
5.5.16
Art

Explore the World of Dream Visions in a Mystical Installation

Artists Swoon and Monica Canilao team up for a complex installation that asks viewers to consider their own dreams and intuitions.
Eva Recinos
3.9.16
Holy Shit

Here's a Video of Miguel Covering Bowie's "Space Oddity"

The singer waxed poetic about art, Kurt Vonnegut, and LA during an intimate acoustic set in his hometown Monday night.
Andrea Domanick
1.26.16
Art

Carmelo Anthony on the Media Machine, Knicks and Staying Sane in NYC: Stay Melo

“New York is the greatest city on the planet, I think. But you’re not a New Yorker if you don’t wake up some days and be like ‘man, fuck this place.’”
VICE Sports
10.26.15
Art

A Williamsburg Bank Gets a Bushwick-Style Gallery

Peggy Guggenheim’s great grandson blends the line between the Manhattan and Brooklyn aesthetic in the basement of the opulent Williamsburg Savings Bank.
Kate Messinger
10.12.15
Stuff

Tonight at Superchief LA: Giant Sharks and the End of the Beginning

Superchief LA's inaugural show, Grand Opening, will have its Grand Closing party tonight.
VICE Staff
8.7.14
Photo

Superchief Goes West

This Thursday, our favorite druggy blog turned legit art gallery is opening a new space in LA. To get there, the founders packed up a truck with $500,000 worth of art and hit the road. Here are some of their pics of America, taken in a hurry as they...
Ed Zipco
5.13.14