The actress stars in Leslye Headland’s romantic comedy “Sleeping with Other People,” which the director has described as a kind of “When Harry Met Sally” for jerks.
Patrick Dougherty created his newest piece on the grounds of the botanical garden in Chapel Hill, N.C., just down the way from his home —
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In its 23rd year in New York, the Outsider Art Fair is larger than ever with over 50 galleries from dozens of international cities.
Throwing around the word “supergroup” relatively loosely in the recent past has ultimately diluted the “super” aspect, but an emerging five-piece from Sweden merits both the term and its nuances.
Beginning his art career as a graffiti artist while interning at Marvel Comics and The Center for African Art, Kip Omolade has created beautiful portraits connected to ancient, realistic African sculptures. The series, Diovadiova Chrome, investigates immortality.
The altered anamorphic illustrations of Hungarian artist Istv
An Afternoon with Mike Kuchar “Movies should have sex appeal,” says Mike Kuchar. “It’s a basic fundamental quality and helps in making it bearable to watch.” It’s the same bravado that seared through the filmmaker’s lascivious, sugar-coated home videos made with his brother George and screened alongside friends Kenneth Anger, Jonas Mekas and Andy Warhol in the New York underground film scene of the 1960s and 70s. Experimenting with 8mm film, the twin brothers from the Bronx conjured up their own camp, sexually charged pop fantasies in fleshly shades of violet, turquoise, and sunflower
The city’s biggest art week of the year finds happenings all over town, from Santa Monica Airport to far-off Agoura Hills.
“The Family Acid,” debuting at this weekend’s L.A. Art Book Fair, compiles decades’ worth of psychedelic shots and features such figures as Peter Tosh and Ron Kovic.