Keith Haring’s famed B & W doodled ceiling from the NY Pop Shop gets a new life.
19-year old Aliza Razell is exploring a perfect blend of reality and myth in her photo series, Anesidora.
Emoji Dick is a crowd sourced and crowd funded translation of Herman Melville’s Moby Dick into Japanese emoticons called emoji.
Roxy Paine, The King of Diorama’s Carves a Fast Food Kitchen out of Wood.
Street Artist Eitenne Lavie series “OMG Who Stole My Ads?” Replaces Parisian Advertisements with Classical Works of Art.
Erin Riley’s new solo show, Crimson Landslide opens up a more personal dialogue on the habits and rituals of women.
The most comprehensive retrospective since the tragic death of 35-year old Michel Majerus, the Berlin-based protégé of Joseph Kosuth, this exhibition will span all three Matthew Marks gallery spaces in Chelsea. Large scale paintings, such as “o.T. (collaboration Nr. 8)” (1999) make direct references to art historical motifs like Jean-Michel Basquiat’s signature figures and inclusion […]
Brazilian street artist Eduardo Kobra’s brings Rodin into Brazil with a mural based the sculpture, ‘The Thinker’.
Designer Daigo Fukawa releases “Rough Sketch Products” furniture that looks like doodles from a sketchbook.
Ashley Blalock’s installation: Keeping Up Appearances features some brilliant red 15-Foot Tall Crochet work that ebbs in and out of the gallery corners.
In her photo series, Imagine Finding Me Chino Otusuka is seen standing side by side her former self or merely seen passing through her old memories, as she photoshops herself her cemented moments of her past.
The New York City Ballet is really upping the ante with their Art Series collaboration with the French artist, JR.