Museum | Photo by Daniel H. Tong / Unsplash
Happy Place, Los Angeles | Photo by Joshua Coleman
Happy Place, Los Angeles | Photo by Joshua Coleman

In exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art: "A Revolutionary Impulse: The Rise of the Russian Avant-Garde"

By Bob Dylan In 1974 I played the first of many shows with the Band—maybe in eight years. We were

Though his singing voice sucks, he paints mostly from life: "I’m pretty much interested in people, histories, myth, and portraits."

The raw aesthetics of each sculptural piece embody the artist’s primal devotion to the natural contours of the earth. Marie-Noëlle

Inspired by Dada and Surrealism, Hiroshi Sugimoto (Japanese, b. 1948) aims to convey and preserve a point in time through

In 1969, Daido Moriyama was an active contributor in Provoke, a magazine founded in 1968 that — if only briefly

In celebration of a centennial birthday, Michael Rosenfeld Gallery throws open its blue-chip doors to "Alfonso Ossorio—Congregations: The First Decade,

Japan's Nakajima Torpedo Bomber caused most of the battleship damage during the attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, December 7, 1941.


PAINTINGS + SCULPTURE


Alfonso Ossorio is a central figure of postwar American art, but he has been virtually absent from standard art history texts. Some people have claimed that Ossorio was just imitating


YoungArts is accepting applications for its 2014 prize cycle, with support offered in ten artistic disciplines: cinematic arts, dance, design, jazz, music, photography, theater, visual arts, voice, and writing.


n.paradoxa continues its mission to publish in-depth critical articles on contemporary women artists from around the world drawing on feminist theory in each volume.

Landscape painting from Manuel Ocampo

Concurrently with his own gallery show, Ocampo is curating a group exhibition of Manila-based artists, entitled "Bastards of Misrepresentation," taking place at several New York venues, including the Queens Museum,

Natasha Bowdoin, artist-in-residence 2012 at Bemis Center in downtown Omaha, NE

Are you ready for your residency? To apply for a residency for July to December 2013, apply by this deadline: September 30, 2012

Ramtin Zad, Luna Park, Resurrection series, 2011, Acrylic on fiberglass, 18 x 24cm | Photo courtesy of Etemad Dubai

Judging from Zad's paintings in the catalogue, I would add that his work draws a great deal of its energy from the lush anarchy of the 15th-century paintings of Hieronymus


Members of the arts panel play a key role in shaping Washington’s architecture by approving the site and design of national memorials and museums; advise the U.S. Mint on the


ON PHOTOGRAPHY

Arman Stepanian,
In a new exhibition in a Dubai gallery, entitled "Collage Tales," Iranian photographer Arman Stephanian invokes the tradition of story
International Festival of Photojournalism,
This festival is a unique event for those who share a love and passion for photography. For one week each
The 20 photographs that comprise Niccolo Cosme's exhibit, on view at the Philippine Center in New York from August 28
After becoming an internet sensation, Marco Anelli's powerful portraits of sitters in the historic 2010 Marina Abramovic performance at the
Michael Douglas ©AFP / Valery Hache
The selected photos in Cannes have a lot of pointing and waving in them: Alfred Hitchcock fingering the viewer directly,
"She was camera shy, wouldn't look at the camera, so it was difficult to get her picture," says the photographer

Arman Stepanian,
In a new exhibition in a Dubai gallery, entitled "Collage Tales," Iranian photographer Arman Stephanian invokes the tradition of story
International Festival of Photojournalism,
This festival is a unique event for those who share a love and passion for photography. For one week each
The 20 photographs that comprise Niccolo Cosme's exhibit, on view at the Philippine Center in New York from August 28
After becoming an internet sensation, Marco Anelli's powerful portraits of sitters in the historic 2010 Marina Abramovic performance at the
Michael Douglas ©AFP / Valery Hache
The selected photos in Cannes have a lot of pointing and waving in them: Alfred Hitchcock fingering the viewer directly,
"She was camera shy, wouldn't look at the camera, so it was difficult to get her picture," says the photographer

 


Museum | Photo by Daniel H. Tong / Unsplash
Photo by Daniel H. Tong / Unsplash