Surreal Beasts Carrying The Weight Of The World By Wang Ruilin

eijing-based artist Wang Ruilin is known for his gentle depictions of animals both real and fictional that appear to carry the heavy weight of mountains,...

The 15 best museums in Europe, according to TripAdvisor

TripAdvisor has just released a list of the best museums in Europe as part of its 2016 Travellers' Choice Awards. The travel website determined which...

Jimmy Eat World doubles down on the familiar with Integrity Blues,...

Jimmy Eat World will never escape “The Middle,” and they’re quite all right with that. Twenty-three years on, the Arizona band has yet to...

Dickinson Gears Up for TEFAF with van Dyke, Gris & Caillebotte

These videos for Dickinson are a reminder of the positive direction that videos marketing works of art are heading. But, also, they point out...

Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival Announces 2017 Summer Season

The company sets Shakespearean fare, timeless mysteries, and classic musicals for the summer.  Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival (PSF) has announced its 2017 summer season, featuring five mainstage...

New Rome: Sculptures by Kris Kuksi

New sculptures that blends antiquity with the modern world by Kansas-based artist Kris Kuksi. The elaborate, three-dimensional compositions crafted from found materials—figurines, model parts,...

Magical worlds created inside a 4-square-meter room by Jeeyoung Lee

Korean artist Jeeyoung Lee transforms her 4-square-meter studio into living images from her fantasies and childhood memories. No Photoshop is involved in these elaborate...

Sotheby’s: Celebrity Drawing Power or Broadening Tastes in Asia?

Enid Tsui has a very good analysis of Sotheby’s Hong Kong sale curated by Choi Seung-hyun, a Korean pop star with 5.8m followers on...

Wallwave Vibrations by Loris Cecchini

Walls turn into watery surfaces and vibrate with life in these latest works by Italian artist Loris Cecchini. The series “Wallwave Vibrations” puts humming...