Using fluorescent body paint and ultraviolet light, photographer Mikael Owunna's latest work aims to transform the black body into "the cosmos and eternal." The images evoke celestial beings, magical otherworldly.
A ballerina's tutu, submerged in the Dead Sea and "frozen" by accumulated layers of salt into a 200 kg (440 lb) crystal-like sculpture, will soon go on international display, part of a unique artistic
(CNN) — In the Bay of Fundy, where the highest tides on Earth touch Canada's shores, a stunning new mural is naturally unveiled twice a day. It's the latest work of surfing artist Sean Yoro, who has a
AMSTERDAM — Last summer in Syria, Ahmad Joudeh visited the demolished ruins of his family home in the Yarmouk refugee camp near Damascus to dance in the place where his relatives had been killed. Behind
"Polina," a dance movie based on a graphic novel, reaches a gorgeous crescendo in its final sequence: The title character (screen newcomer Anastasia Shevtsova), having taken a few detours from her presumed
Earlier this year at the Telluride Mountainfilm Festival, the artist Justin Brice Guariglia fell into conversation with a stranger. “I got stuck on a gondola ride with a climate change denier,” Mr. Guariglia
The classical dances of India, so laden with centuries-old traditions, keep revealing how the sociology of that intensely populous nation has been changing. I attended seven performances of the Drive season
What happens when you gather world class dancers, photographers, and social media influencers in dramatic settings across the United States? #CamerasandDancers. For the past few years, Jacob Jonas The
The most famous line from Girls, Lena Dunham's show that ran for six seasons, occurred in episode one of the first season. That's the moment when Dunham, in character as aspiring writer Hannah Horvath,
“20/20: The Studio Museum in Harlem and Carnegie Museum of Art” Examines Race and Identity in America
As monuments to Confederate generals come crashing down in the South, and white supremacists, neo-Nazis, and those who champion their values keep a terrifying grip on the media, there are some sculptures
Yes, you are oversharing photos. Here’s how to show your favorite moments to friends and family without alienating everyone. A week after her father died, Dianne Adelberg arranged to meet an old pal for
For nearly four decades, Michiko Kakutani, who has decided to step down as chief book critic of The New York Times, has anointed new talent, charted the peaks and valleys of literary careers and memorialized
There's no shortage of myths about Henry David Thoreau, even in this American literary superhero's hometown of Concord, Mass. In fact, my informal poll of locals reveals that it's the rare person who what
The Village Voice's annual Summer Literary Special is filled with recommendations for the best novels, memoirs, poetry collections and other page-turners for basking on the beach or sweating on the subway.