Curated by Peter Galassi, former Chief Curator of Photography at The Museum of Modern Art, New York, “In the Studio: Photographs,” includes over 150 photographs by 40 artists—spanning from the origin of the medium to the late twentieth century—and is divided into three particularly rich themes within the broader subject of images of the artist's studio.
Two weeks after the attacks on Charlie Hebdo graffiti photographer Ralph Roelse from the Netherlands went to Paris to hang out with TOMEK from the infamous Parisian PAL CREW. They climbed buildings, bombed walls, smashed party’s and had a lot of fun on the streets of the capital of love
This past Saturday Sofles Graffiti Mapped premiered at White Night Melbourne which was a giant festival that over 500,000 people attended. This mural is Sofles' largest to date at over 5 stories high
London-based photographer, Emily Stein has photographed a wide range of subjects, but we are especially fond of her playful series entitled Bubblegum.
The art world too global for you? Each week, Interview highlights in pictures the shows you’d want to see—if you could jetset from one international hub to the next.
Continuing his desire to expand, or perhaps nullify, the boundaries of traditional painting formats, Eric Mack stitched together found, bought, and personal fabrics, frequently adding layers of paint, magazine images, and paper for his new exhibition at OHWOW.
Last Friday, the exhibition “Maker’s Mark” opened at Marianne Boesky Gallery, in which Toronto-native, Brooklyn-based artist Julia Dault continues her exploration of artistic processes with a series of abstract paintings and sculptures.
On Saturday at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Robert Williams owned the night.
Working with what her immediate environment provides, Brooklyn-based artist Tamar Halpern visually renders the conceptual idea of free association.
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