Surrealist Pop Artist Okuda San Miguel On His Inspiration For His Limited-Edition 1800 Tequila Bottles

Surrealist Pop Artist Okuda San Miguel On His Inspiration For His Limited-Edition 1800 Tequila Bottles

For the 10th Anniversarsy of the Essential Artist’s Series, the brand may have found a match ordained by the stars.

Dear Care and Feeding: My 10-Year-Old Son Only Wants Clothes That Are Too Small

Parenting advice on clothing sizes, constant corrections, and problematic gifts.

An Artist Who Lived to Paint

Jon Imber, who succumbed to ALS in 2014, emulated Guston, de Kooning, and others while developing a provocative and personal vision of figure and landscape.

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Frank Bowling, Painter of Abstractions Confronting Colonialism, Heads to Hauser & Wirth

Frank Bowling, Painter of Abstractions Confronting Colonialism, Heads to Hauser & Wirth

The artist is currently suing his former gallery, Hales.

Sculptor Leilah Babirye turns found objects into triumphant celebrations of queer identity

As a Ugandan artist who now lives and works in Brooklyn, Leilah Babiyre might at first glance seem like most other aspiring artists, who move to a cosmopolitan capital in pursuit of furthering their career. In Babiyre’s case, however, her arrival in New York …

Once unknown Nigerian ‘masterpiece’ by Ben Enwonwu up for sale

Experts did not know of Ben Enwonwu’s Court of the Oba of Benin until it was offered for sale.

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Andrew Salgado Captures "Strange Weather" For UK Comeback

Andrew Salgado Captures “Strange Weather” For UK Comeback

It’s October 2020, and who doesn’t have a little cabin fever? We’re prescribing a dose of time travel mixed with some magical realism in the form of Andrew Salgado’s Strange Weather, opening October 17 at Beers Gallery in London. Two years since his last solo…

Timothy Curtis’s “Temporary Decisions Inkblots and Bikes” @ Arndt Art Agency, Berlin

Although bicycles are the chosen pictorial symbol, they convey emotional entanglements in the newest works of Timothy Curtis. Bikes, at least to me, equate freedom of movement, a way to get from place to place with a bit of ease, a pleasant breeze along the w…

Stephen Friedman Gallery

Stephen Friedman Gallery presents a special exhibition in October 2020 in celebration of its twenty-fifth anniversary. Taking place in both galleries on Old Burlington Street in Mayfair, its home since 1995, this unique event showcases the diversity of the ga…

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Portrait: Adam Neate's Stunning 3D Painting Works @ Fluorescent Smogg

Portrait: Adam Neate’s Stunning 3D Painting Works @ Fluorescent Smogg

Fluorescent Smogg presents Portrait, a virtual exhibition by British artist Adam Neate, exploring the bounds of human expression through the innovation of technology. Featuring 3D work, canvases and more, the show will also see the release of a brand new scre…

Radio Juxtapoz ep 054: Super Future Kid’s “Seaweed Sunrise”

A few years ago when we published our first interview with East German-born, London-based painter and almost mythical figure Super Future Kid,  deputy editor Kristin Farr asked the artist for a definition of her superpowers, to which she unforgettably answere…

Bendix Harms at Nino Mier

Artist: Bendix Harms Venue: Nino Mier, Los Angeles Exhibition Title: Reversed Evolution—How it feels to be Mamon Date: September 12 – October 17, 2020 Click here to view slideshow Full gallery of images, press release and link available after the jump. Images…

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The Unwinding: An Uncommonly Enchanting Painted Poem Celebrating the Wilderness of the Imagination and Our Capacity for Love, Trust, and Hope

The Unwinding: An Uncommonly Enchanting Painted Poem Celebrating the Wilderness of the Imagination and Our Capacity for Love, Trust, and Hope

“If I said that my love for you was like the spaces between the notes of a wren’s song, would you understand?”

Sam Friedman Dreams of an “Island” in Athens Solo Exhibition

The Dio Horia Project Space is currently hosting the first solo exhibition by Sam Friedman in Athens, Greece. Titled “Island,” the presentation features a selection of new paintings that explore themes of landscape painting and natural phenomena. In this show…

Good Enough to Eat! Artist Turns Body Parts Into Food Items that You’d Never Guess Aren’t Real

You’d be forgiven for wanting to take a bit out of these mouth-watering food snaps – until you realise they’re actually painted body parts. From a shin that looks just like a peeled banana to a cheese board painted on the artist’s face, these gastronomic deli…

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The history of art is full of female masters. It's time they were taken seriously | Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett

The history of art is full of female masters. It’s time they were taken seriously | Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett

The very fact that baroque painter Artemisia Gentileschi has a major exhibition shouldn’t be remarkable – but it isThere’s something about the feeling of finally standing in front of a painting that you have only known through the pages of books. It is not ju…

Meet Hannah Grace, Face Painting Illusionist

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Literally Shattered With New School routines & Early mornings it’s hit me hard After six months in Lockdown, getting back into normal routines has got me like this, anyone else? #thisismakeup #illusionmakeup #theillusiona…

Vivobarefoot Pays Homage to Jean-Michel Basquiat With Latest Collection

London-based Vivobarefoot launches three distinct shoe designs inspired by the compelling artworks of Jean-Michel Basquiat. Striving to challenge the status quo in everything they do, the collaboration aims to reconnect people and the planet through their bar…

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Artist Residencies Need to Start Thinking About Parents

Artist Residencies Need to Start Thinking About Parents

Amir Fallah, Ellen Lesperance, Joyce Kozloff, and other artists share their experiences with residencies.

Video Shows How Realistic Looking Bodysuits Were Made For BILL & TED FACE THE MUSIC

I’ve got an interesting video to share with you today from Insider that offers us a cool behind the scenes look at what goes into making realistic looking bodysuits for actors in the movies. This specific video puts a focus on the muscular bodysuits that Kean…

Tom Blesch’s unedited ‘harsh soft’ photography changes how we view beauty

The German-born photographer wants fashion to follow in his footsteps and embrace the allure of unretouched beauty shots

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How James Beard Invented American Cooking

How James Beard Invented American Cooking

The gourmet’s real genius wasn’t in his recipes but in his packaging. He knew how to serve up the authenticity that his audiences craved.

Teena Marie: Irons in the Fire

Each Sunday, Pitchfork takes an in-depth look at a significant album from the past, and any record not in our archives is eligible. Today, we revisit Teena Marie’s third album, an essential document of R&B that shined a new light on her voice and artistry.

Michel Henry

[Revised entry by Frédéric Seyler on September 30, 2020.
Changes to: Main text, Bibliography]
Michel Henry (1922 – 2002) developed a radically revised approach to phenomenology through a critical reading of the phenomenological tradition (especially of Huss…

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Ricardo Gonzalez Explores "Memories of Spring" in New Tokyo Exhibition

Ricardo Gonzalez Explores “Memories of Spring” in New Tokyo Exhibition

Renowned Mexican visual artist Ricardo Gonzalez aka “It’s a Living” will soon display a new body of work in Tokyo’s HPGRP Gallery. The series of paintings will be be presented as part of a solo exhibition called “Memories of Spring.” The pastel-colored works …

Get a job: Insomniac Games is hiring a VFX Artist

Insomniac Games is looking for its next VFX Artist! You’ll work to create special effects to work and assist in the gameplay, environment, and cinematics of the game. …

Artemisia Gentileschi, Praised and Reappraised

For the New Yorker, Rebecca Mead writes about the 17th-century Italian painter Artemisia Gentileschi, whose work has been growin

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Major Philip Guston Exhibition Pushed to 2024 Over KKK Imagery Concerns

Major Philip Guston Exhibition Pushed to 2024 Over KKK Imagery Concerns

A highly anticipated Philip Guston retrospective conceived by curators at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, and London’s Tate Modern has been pushed back four years amid concerns …

The End of Art History

Writing a global art history demands that we give up historical thinking.

10 stops to make during Frieze Week in London

In normal times, the London art world would be gearing up for the biggest event on its calendar. As we all adapt to a new rhythm of masked greetings, time-slotted bookings and elbow bumps, things will look and feel a little different for this year’s Frieze We…

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