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Dana Schutz Takes Back Her Painterly Name
Her canvasses are hyper-assertive, full of operatic grandeur, self-mocking turbulence, disfigured hideousness and the psychopathology of her figures.
Banksy Claims That Painting Was Supposed to Be Totally Shredded
“In rehearsals it worked every time.”
The Art Books Jerry Saltz Is Loving This Fall
Beautiful volumes about often under-celebrated artists, from groundbreaking Delacroix to Hilma af Klint, pioneer of Abstraction.
Henry Taylor’s Wild Heart Can’t Be Broken
Even after a star turn at last year’s Whitney Biennial, the art world still wants to see the master painter as an outsider.
This Artist Transforms Humans Into Paintings
They look shockingly real. Or rather, shockingly fake.
’s Carly Chaikin Is Also a Gifted Painter
Add that to her list of talents.
These Optical Illusions Are Actually Humans Masked in Body Paint
Nope, that’s not a flower.
This Designer Creates Mesmerizing Art Films
This is what happens when you mix ink, oil, soap, and a little bit of glitter.
This Artist Uses Water As a Canvas to Paint a Rendition of
The technique is called
This Artist Makes the Trippiest Dripping Paint Videos
Who knew watching paint dry could be so exciting?
Morley Safer Once Sent Me His Strange Paintings
I didn’t hate them.
This Hand-painted Movie About Vincent Van Gogh Brings His Paintings to Life
It’s pretty incredible to watch.
Meet Winkelhimer Smith, the Squirrel Who Paints
Winkelhimer Smith prefers watercolors, chewing on acorns (just like any fine artist).
Watch a Cool Turkish Water-Painting Music Video for Project Jenny, Project Jan
By artist Hikmet Barutçugil.