Many images that have been traditionally used to depict the Black Death are, in fact, not images of the plague at all. Now, a group of dedicated historians are trying to correct the record.
Armond White's film reviews were once electric: part historical analysis, part posturing, part insult comedy, an attempt to take black art — and art in general — seriously. What happened?
Put them to work, Trafalgar Square style.
What better way to celebrate the age of Aquarius than to take off all your clothes and run through the streets of LA with Broadway's most famous face?
Artist Wahyu Ichwandardi grabbed his pen, a couple sheets of paper and set up a fancy camera/mount to create this minimalist masterpiece.
Steven Soderbergh has the technical knowledge and distinct vision to act as his own cinematographer.
The Mona Lisa may be considered a masterpiece today, but the reason behind its fame has almost nothing to do with the painting itself. SUBSCRIBE to get the l...
Battling existential dread with fake Donald Trump and even worse Tom Brady.
From the 1950s through the 90s, Fairfield County, Connecticut, was home to many of America’s best cartoonists and illustrators—the men responsible for “Beetle Bailey,” “Little Orphan Annie,” “Hägar the Horrible,” and countless other comic strips. The author, whose father drew “Prince Valiant,” remembers their eccentric subculture.
As its name suggests, Patreon is loosely modeled on the arts patronage system of the Renaissance, which produced masterworks like Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel.
The kids drew them. The parents got them.
Photographer Erika Zolli's latest collection is a stunning combination of great photography and bizarre visual effects.
If you were a painting that Picasso was accused of stealing from the Louvre, you'd be famous too.
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A lot of work that goes into making a pair of jeans in an era where people want their denim soft, faded, distressed and unique.
Alexandra Bell challenges the media's coverage of people of color one poster at a time.
If Madame Tussauds can’t get Beyoncé right, why does it exist?
As luxury condos proliferate across London, the evolving Tate Modern provides a model for the city's public spaces.
"I can show a brighter pink. I can show a more saturated pink. But I can't show you this pink."
It's right in front of City Hall, too.
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