The art scene in Dubai is evolving and expanding into exciting new ventures.
All sorts of artists were sent into the thick of battle during WWII, building a collection of military artwork to be sent back to the States and aiding in combat in unique ways.
The second in our three-part series on art during WWII, we delve into the story of Nazi art looting and the amazing efforts made by Allied forces to recapture the stolen masterpieces.
Hungarian artist Csilla Klenyanszki cleverly plays with common objects, exposing the absurdity inherent in everyday life.
Cartagena, Colombia hosts its first Contemporary Art Biennial this February – March 2014.
With the upcoming release of George Clooney’s new film
The Monuments Men, we are inspired to examine art during wartime, particularly the photography of American soldiers in combat.
A perverse take on the American West.
Miles Aldridges’ photographs are a window into a vivid and terrifying future, or an acid flashback.
Dream worlds, strong ladies, and Brooklyn brownstones from a self-taught painter.
The 9,000 silhouettes stenciled onto the beach by the artists and volunteers, entitled The Fallen, is an ephemeral reminder of the atrocities of war.
Michael Chase sees plenty of beauty in decay.
Japanese photographer Eikoh Hosoe utilize the contours of the human body to create abstract, expressionistic black-and-white compositions.