What is Kanye saying, exactly?
This Joker-like character may lack the sex appeal of Heath Ledger’s brooding villain, but he’s got the whole nefarious-psycho-clown thing down.
In an impressive display of academic vandalism, uptown artist Mike Saijo created his bigger-than-life work Pollock Equation from pages torn from an advanced mathematics textbook, over which Saijo printed a photo of Jackson Pollock in all his wily glory.
The Friedrich Petzel Gallery asked sixteen artists to reinterpret Willem de Kooning’s sixties-era “Door Cycle,” a series of wooden doors featuring grotesque female figures.
Janaina Tschäpe transforms her models into colorful, imagined creatures — flora–meets–fauna–meets–Fruit of the Loom mascot.
Penguin has musicians design book covers for their favorite Penguin Classics.
Marcel Broodthaer’s Décor: A Conquest (1975).
According to a report in the Asbury Park Press, a body discovered four miles off the New Jersey coast on July 22 has been positively identified as that of missing artist Jeremy Blake.
The OpenEnded Group, "Masses I" from "Breath" (2007).
Think of it as a visual analogue to Spring Awakening — if John Gallagher Jr. had insisted on playing all the roles.
Chris Doyle asked 45 artists to create short films in or around hotel rooms in Connecticut.
El Museo del Barrio’s fifth annual “Bienal: The (S) Files” opened yesterday, with enough paintings, drawings, photographs, videos, sculptures, multimedia works, and site-specific installations to choke a starving artist.
Updates forthcoming, but this just gets sadder and sadder.
Earlier this week, 30-year-old Sam Rindy was so enthralled by a Cy Twombly painting in an Avignon, France, museum that she kissed it, leaving a red lipstick mark.
Apexart's The Most Curatorial Biennial of the Universe, up through August 11, started as an open call for amateur curators (i.e. anyone willing to slap a "curated by" in front of their names).
The mysterious circumstances surrounding the apparent double suicide of video artist Jeremy Blake and his filmmaking girlfriend, Theresa Duncan, have conspiracy theorists, uh, theorizing.
"How to Blow Up Two Heads at Once (Ladies)," by Yinka Shonibare MBE (2006).
Sandison immerses gallerygoers in this ever-morphing manifestation of More’s imagined paradise.
Though Errol Morris is an amazing director, he's not much of a blogger yet.
Sad news about a visual artist and Beck collaborator.
A semi-voyeuristic tableau of questionable rest-stop happenings from Miriam Vlaming.
Japanese artist Miwa Yanagi.
While strolling through group shows on the Lower East Side the other day, we came across the latest contribution to the genre of celebutard portraiture.
Parisian artist Renaud Muraire deifies modern beauties, dressing our "icons" with the same sort of signifiers once used to suggest divinity and the sublime.
We wonder what the bride was wearing in this Lee Friedlander photo.