Apr29

BK’s Finest

by Joseph Arzuaga
The New York art scene crowns a new king: Brian Kirhagis, a/k/a BK The Artist. Read more
Jan22

Triumph: 20 Years of The Wu-Tang Clan

by Joseph Arzuaga
The year was 1993 and the world was about to be changed by nine kids from Staten Island. They created The Wu-Tang Clan. Read more
Nov15

Daytripping with Jason Woodside

by Joseph Arzuaga
A conversation with Jason Woodside, the creator of Daytripper, at the Poppington Gallery. Read more
Oct11

“Soiled” – Punk Rock, Archaeology, and the Munsell Soil Color Book

by Pantone
Punk Archaeology merges the do-it-yourself attitude of Punk with new ways of thinking about archaeology. Read more
May12

Holographic Color

by Pantone View
Holographic color - suddenly everywhere on the streets of New York - transports whatever it touches to an alternate reality. Read more
Apr30

“David Bowie Is” Brilliant

by Pantone View
"David Bowie Is" - a new show at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London - is proving to be the most popular show in the museum's history. Read more
Apr24

Kenny Scharf: Still Popping

by Tim Young
Kenny Scharf continues to carry the Pop Art banner forward with "Kolors", his current show at Paul Kaskin, Chelsea. Read more
Oct25

Drivable Art

by Laurie Pressman
The BMW ART CAR COLLECTION started when French racing driver and auctioneer Hervé Poulain invited his friend Alexander Calder to design a car that married artistic excellence to 'an already perfect object'. Read more
Dec22

Lars von Trier’s “Melancholia”: The Colors Tell the Story

by Tim Young
Lars von Trier’s latest film, Melancholia, hung around the fringes of my psyche for weeks, like dark matter – invisible but exerting a strange gravity. Read more
Dec02

Art Beat: Estonians in Paris

by Tim Young
An art exhibition in the City of Light illuminates a rich culture long shrouded in darkness. Read more
Nov23

Interview: Marije Vogelzang, Eating Designer

by Tim Young
Marije Vogelzang is a Netherlands-based Eating Designer with roots in the aesthetics of eating and performance art. Read more
Nov18

Neon Racers

by George Vlahogiannis
Fluorescent neon biking colors: they aren’t just for safety anymore. Read more
Oct31

Visits with Gray Alice

by Timothy Heyer
At first glance, the painting appeared to be a very large, gray, supremely boring rectangle. Closer inspection showed that the rectangle was painted over tiled pages from Lewis Carroll’s Alice In Wonderland. Read more
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