You know that feeling when your singing is mistaken for a horrible, death-beckoning scream?
In an attempt to stop the spread of gentrification in Chicago’s Logan Square, a coven of outcast teenage girls who worship “Manon” will gather to join in the ancient rite of the Invocation of the Spirit.
On Sunday’s episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Kris Jenner and her boyfriend Corey Gamble visited the studio of artist Mr. Brainwash to view some recent works inspired by the famous family. One piece, a painting of Kris and her daughters, was particularly good.
I know good art when I see it, and this YouTube parody series of Keeping Up with the Kardashians is art of the highest measure. Its four episodes belong in the digital collections of our planet’s most esteemed modern art museums, where they can be preserved long after the Kardashian-Jenners and their spawn are all…
On January 4, experimental artist Laurie Anderson will perform music in Times Square at a decibel that only dogs can hear. This is not an audio malfunction, but a choice made by Anderson to finally give the dog concert that Times Square audiences have long been waiting for.
A new video featuring the long-suffering laments of the “Instagram Husband” is a comedic tribute to the silent sacrifice of the partners who help make art (or “art”) happen. But it also inadvertently highlights how rarely that role is played by men.
Ben Affleck has a tattoo on his back. Reporters first noticed it in July, after someone photographed what appeared to be dragon tail peeking out from under his shirt. Could it be...? No, it couldn’t, we all thought at the time. But thanks to a more revealing image of Affleck on the set of his new film Live By Night…
Molly Soda is an acclaimed artist (and Tumblr icon) whose earlier work includes critiques of “natural makeup” and the culture of selfies. Her most recent project, however, is quite a departure. It’s a zine in which Soda, who admits she overshares online, leaks her own nudes and embarrassing text messages. Why? Because…
Today in news that’ll send you into existential panic: A painting of dogs playing poker sold for more money than most of us will ever see at one time.
It takes 56,000 People staffers just over 330 days to meet and interview all the men in the world, but by god, they do it every single year and always choose the most deserving one to grace their first December cover.
After a heated auction at Christie’s, Amedeo Modigliani’s “Nu Couché,” painted circa 1917/1918 and featuring a butt-naked lady, sold for roughly one gazillion dollars to a Chinese billionaire. Finally, some art whose appeal everybody can understand!
Those of us with the dexterity of an inebriated giraffe are prone to rejoice at innovations that make at-home manicures less of a catastrophe. The Nailbot, a new machine from San Francisco-based company Preemadonna, is one such invention — it enables you to apply nail art simply by using your smart phone. But CEO and…
If any of your walls look a little bare, Amazon’s taking an extra 20% off nearly 100,000 pieces of hangable art from iCanvas, including Banksy prints.
Two items belonging to Kurt Cobain were put on auction Monday—the vintage cardigan he wore on MTV Unplugged in 1993 (starting bid: $25,000) and a small lock of his hair (starting bid: $4000). Buried in the lot description, though, was a much more important bit of news: Frances Bean has a creepy doll made with locks of…
Today in About Damn Time: the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery uncloaked a portrait featuring the women of the United States Supreme Court, past and present. As of November 2, 2015, the painting hangs in the Washington, D.C. gallery.
So who is Christina Rossetti?
Trash is art is trash is art is trash. An art installation at a gallery in Italy was mistakenly thrown out because it had the overall aura of being trash.
The Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei has reportedly been refused a shipment of Legos he ordered because the company “cannot approve the use of Legos for political works.”
Painting portraits with his junk is a talent that Tim Patch, known as “Pricasso,” didn’t share with the world until later in life. But the sexagenarian artist is making up for lost time by putting all his other creative works (unsurprisingly he’s done a lot of wood-carving) on the back burner while he thrills the…
Hot for fall: English artist William Hogarth, 1697 - 1764, famous for his moralistic engravings and paintings. You can now purchase Doc Martens with perhaps his most famous work, the series The Rake’s Progress, slathered all over ‘em. Bewildered, but not mad at it—maybe even delighted?