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OHWOW presents its first collaborative project with Brooklyn based artist Luis Gispert. Gispert is a filmmaker, photographer, and sculptor, addressing a variety of topics in his work such as the infiltration of subcultures on the mainstream and the fragmented American experience. My Favorite Kind Of American Series Poster features two iconic Gispert images.  The front [...]

Anthony Lister is an Australian born painter and installation artist and is quite notable within the Low Brow Art Movement, having been featured on Juxtapoz, FecalFace and Wooster Collective. Lister’s current exhibit “The Beauty of Failure” is his first solo show with the Show & Tell Gallery as well as his first exhibition in Canada. He Who [...]

They do not say “Only in New York” for no reason. Case in point: the group Improv Everywhere recently staged a reenactment of the first Princess Leia and Darth Vader scene from Star Wars on the 6 subway line in New York City.

The TechnoCFRAFT Design Exhibition at YBCA explores how the boundary between the role of the designer and the consumer is disappearing. Curated by acclaimed designer Yves Behar, the exhibition traces the current trend in design away from fixed objects toward open “design platforms” that invite people to participate in the creative process. Selected works span [...]

LARGEST COLLECTION OF CÉZANNE WORKS IN ARIZONA French master Paul Cézanne, one of the most recognizable names in art, is celebrated worldwide for his Post-Impressionist masterpieces. However, Cezanne’s greatest legacy may be the transformative effect his work had on 20th century artists.

A night of celebration started in Madrid on Sunday as Spain beat the Netherlands 1-0 to clinch the nation’s first World Cup and take its place among international football’s all-time greatest teams. Catch a glimpse of Spain going wild after their World Cup win.

Russian artists Vasily Kandinsky (1866–1944) and Kazimir Malevich (1878–1935), considered two of the pioneers of abstraction, separately explored a geometric vocabulary during the course of their careers. Malevich is recognized for his circa 1914 invention of Suprematism, an abstract style expressing universal truths through the interrelationship of color and geometric forms. On the other hand, [...]

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