Caitlin Johnstone has a dream that all artists everywhere dedicate their powers in service of humanity, and walk away from any jobs that peddle or protect evildoing.
As children, we were great devourers of the arts, of experiences and time. As adults, we’ve customized our life around devices, subjects of the great curation.
Jesse Valencia explores the benefits of Transcendental Meditation that he’s learning at the David Lynch Film School and how it can improve an artist’s life and elevate their art.
Artist Julie Mehretu created Epigraph, Damascus, providing a vivid and chaotic statement about the current circumstances of Syria. Sara Kellel takes a closer look at this stunning work.
Tumblr’s blanket ban on adult material has been truly felt in the sexual subcultures that proudly used it for exposure.
In times of short attention, art seems to be a passe institution. However, the more things change, the more we should covet the methods of the old masters.
The image of North Korea finally meeting the South at the bargaining table was a historic one. But within the frame, there are small, important details.
As we watch Zimbabwe tear itself apart, our extended history indicates that the worse things get, the better the art we produce becomes.
Beyond art school and into the art world, the aphorism “in it to win it” is oft-repeated. But through the many applications funded on last dollars, I’ve realized that there’s something else at play.
We all know the name, but what do we know of the man’s work beyond that ceiling that he painted? Michelangelo gets the treatment in this installment of Know Who You’re Googling.