Entertainment :: Fine Arts
A new exhibition of long lost photographs by Hollywood paparazzi Frank Worth will bring the glitz and glamour of Hollywood to Fort Lauderdale this summer.
Sometime life imitates art, and when that happens, it is impossible not to pay attention. This time it was the work of a combat photographer who captured an agonizing cry that has been immortalized in a digital version of the world’s most famous scream.
The exhibition, now at the San Francisco Main Library Gallery, brings its subject to life on the centennial of his birth, and illuminates the intersection of activism and personal biography, political conscience and humanity.
In a new Keith Haring exhibition that focuses on the late artist’s early career, Haring’s creative energy is instantly felt through his seemingly pulsating kaleidoscope-like designs.
Canada’s Royal Mint called upon Toronto-based artist Gary Taxali to design six coins for the country, and one of the quarters is a genderless-wedding themed, celebrating same-sex marriage.
David Hockney, whose paintings of beautiful boys in shimmering Los Angeles swimming pools have become icons & who is considered Britain’s greatest living artist, has been named to the ultra-prestigious Order of Merit in the Queen’s New Year’s Honors List.
His paintings are among the most well-known in the world, just like the story of his life and death: Vincent van Gogh was a troubled genius who killed himself.
Of all the women Picasso loved, perhaps the most inspiring to his art was Marie-Therese Walter. Anthony Mason visits New York’s Gagosian Gallery to view an unusual Picasso show of works inspired by his longtime mistress and mother to his daughter Maya.
Washington National Opera bids farewell to its leader Placido Domingo with a somber and beautiful Iphigénie
So why did the Smithsonian remove a ’controversial’ video? Its head says he did it to preserve the rest of the exhibit on gay themes -- and claims he remains a defender of free speech.