On the Taiwanese photographer Chang Chao-Tang: his life his beautiful images.
A review of a group show at the B.S. Gallery in New York.
Last night, friends and family members of Christo Buffam gathered at Cheap Storage to commemorate the life of the musician and artist who, last Wednesday, died in his apartment of unknown causes at the age of 31.
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A review of a group photography show in Queens, New York.
In the effort to melt ice and snow, salt and calcium chloride have strange—and eco-friendly—company.
Interview with artist Marc Dennis on the occassion of his new show, An Artist, a Curator and a Rabbi Walk Into a Bar…
By the time Olafur Eliasson came up with the idea to display chunks of glacier as an art exhibit, he had already spent a lot of time at the mouth of the Icelandic glacier Vatnajökull, the largest ice cap in Europe, watching it melt.
When onsite necropsies reveal no signs of oil-related injury, bacterial infection, biotoxins, or disease in stranded dolphins along the Gulf Coast.
How many children and teenage girls are ready for marriage? Yet the practice is shockingly prevalent: One out of nine girls in developing countries will be married by age 15, according to the United Nations. An estimated 14.2 million girls a year will become child brides by 2020 if nothing changes.
For this interview, I visited the photographer Duane Michals in his studio where we discussed his memoir, photographs, feature film, and alter ego.
Rare books, maps, and manuscripts at The European Fine Art Fair (TEFAF) in Maastricht.
On the photo market, its dealers, and Paris Photo 2011. Interviews with Steven Kasher, Howard Greenberg, and others.
Underwater canyon, high buildings, more make city vulnerable.
James Franco, Cindy Sherman, and a sculpture named Linda at SoHo’s Costume National.
These days Paul Simon enjoys music from Mali, which he discovered two years ago in his continual lookout for new sounds. Twenty-five years ago, it was music from South Africa that caught the attention of the singer-songwriter, who reached international acclaim with his 1986 solo album, Graceland, the most commercially successful of his career.
Keating Sherwin operates out of a studio in Brooklyn with ceilings tall enough to stack two or three medium-sized paintings up the wall and windows large enough for the light to spill in.
Keating Sherwin paints large, sculptural oil paintings of women. Preferring cooking tools to paintbrushes, Sherwin’s process is one of the most fascinating aspects of her work..