Deceptively rose-tinted and rebellious, new work from multimedia artist D*Face (aka
Sekaikan is Japanese for “worldview,” but the English translation skirts the
Chicana artist Sonya Fe paints for women. She paints for children. She paints for
Instead of one god, there are approximately 8 million divine beings pulling the strings
New research finds anti-Asian hate crimes have ballooned a whopping 339 percent over
Born and raised among ancient redwood trees, Sara Long creates warm, intimate works
Where do you go when you dream? Contemporary Georgian artist Mako Lomadze plucks
“Myth is the foundation of life; it is the timeless pattern, the religious formula
Mixed-media artist Kelly Bjork creates snug, homey spaces where half-nude figures
It’s hard not to giggle at Alya Hatta’s blobby, inflatable nudes, which bend
Pro wrestling isn’t just body slams from baby-oiled behemoths like Hulk Hogan.
It’s easy to complain about the morning commute to work, but we often overlook
It’s all subjective, Eric Robinson’s semi-autobiographical works seem to say.
Remember how to cook a scrambled egg or ride a bike? Sure you do. Eleanor Wang is
http://www.margotsanders.com/Like a faded bruise, Margot Sanders’ brushwork lingers,
“The painting is treated like a body,” Sarah Lederman has said of her watery
Alexandra Carter grew up on one of the many cranberry bogs scattered across southeast
Like a funhouse mirror, Helen Allois’ work distorts what feels comforting and familiar.
Disclaimer: Images featured in this article are sexual and explicit in nature. Paris-based
Under a skintight sheet of plastic, Ally Zlatar lets out a silent scream. While the
As a young girl, Vanessa McKernan studied modern dance and ballet before dipping
Early in life, artist Ted Meyer was frequently sick. Since then his work has focused