Greg Hill notes colonist actions in National Gallery of Canada layoff

In a shocking move from one of Canada’s keystone art institutions, the National Gallery of Canada has laid off four of its senior members abruptly. The gallery states that this […]

Former CBGB space reopens as Spazio Amanita gallery

Arts spaces are unfortunately ephemeral things. As time goes by, it’s inevitable that institutions dev0ted t0 the arts—whether they be independent galleries, performance spaces, or studios—will encounter difficulties, and many […]

Perfectly preserved sculpture found at Chan Chan excavation site

The more that we learn about the creations of our ancestors, the more we connect ourselves to the past. From the excavation of a striped tunic in Egypt that mirrors […]

Welsh councillor William Gannon implores he is NOT Banksy

Banksy needs little introduction—the anonymous graffiti artist has been wowing the world with his cutting socio-political statements and iconic representations of struggle against authority for three decades now. He has […]

Bob Dylan’s ‘Rail Car’ rolls into Provence

Often hailed as one of America’s greatest songwriters of all time, folk music legend Bob Dylan has always shown himself to be a master of simplicity, social consciousness, and storytelling. […]

Beeple celebrates ‘Everydays’ 15th anniversary on The Tonight Show

With each passing year, the cultural boundaries that used to separate different camps of interests become thinner and thinner. Through the all-encompassing nature of social media, everything is under the […]

“The Milk of Dreams” fuels the 2022 Venice Biennale

How does one concisely evoke the essence of the 2022 Venice Biennale? One can’t, but one can certainly try. The Biennale, containing over 120 years of history as one of […]