The modernist designer, artist, and archivist, best known for her design work in the 1950s and ’60s, has passed away. Pioneering graphic designer, artist, and activist Elaine Lustig Cohen died yesterday,
Klaus Kertess, a curator and director of the Bykert Gallery, where Brice Marden, Chuck Close and other artists started their careers in the 1960s, died on Oct. 8 in Manhattan. He was 76. His husband, artist
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Mysterious details in artworks continue to provoke debate about coded messages centuries after they were made. Kelly Grovier explores the best. The devil, they say, is in the detail. So too is our fascination
Who doesn't want to go see street artists paint murals in Tahiti? Known more for her NYC graffiti train photography of the 1970s and 1980s, Martha Cooper travels the globe these days in pursuit of street
A Los Angeles art museum and Disney are teaming up to make your Snapchat live happily ever after. Once upon a time, in a faraway land, there was an art museum called the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
A peek at the sketches for gravity-defying artist Cinta Vidal's new mural in Kobe, Japan. Kobe, Japan is alive with fresh paint thanks to artists working under the flag of the POW! WOW! street art festival.