'Being different is a blessing': Albino Mexican model challenges beauty standards by embracing her pale skin and silver hair in a series of stunning photos
700 years after the start of the Renaissance and this is where we've arrived? If this is what we call high culture - an endless parade of meaningless debris that promises nothing and delivers nothing.
It could help the 54% of Brits that struggle to get to sleep each night
Beginning as a ceremonial bonfire to mark the summer solstice in 1986, Burning Man has grown into a giant annual community and arts event. The festival has transcended its counterculture roots to become an extraordinary celebration of elaborate, and
As Jason Hopkins at Western Journalism reports, A massive image of a baby placed on a border fence between the United States and Mexico is sparking an immigration debate.
SprayPrinter hit the scene in early 2016 with its innovative app-controlled device that can sit on the head of any can of spray paint and allow even the most inept artist to create wall-sized works of art. Now the company has taken things to a new le
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Stringed instruments bowed by a wheel cranked by hand have been around for centuries, and come in many shapes and sizes.
The sculptor said that the girl's presence ruins the integrity of his art.
The stoic renegades played by John Wayne, James Dean, and Clint Eastwood stood in stark contrast to the helpless damsels they shared the screen with. The empowered and the powerless. House had spent much of her career painting women in ways that c
A warplane firing missiles. A gunman taking aim. A map of Yemen dripping with blood.
"[It's] a three-storey cure for fanaticism, with limited car parking," says the street artist.
Every once in a while -- and usually just when people have stopped paying attention -- an unassuming red cedar sculpture in the courtyard of the Beelden aan Zee museum here ejects a stream of water, spraying across the patio.
David Allen's botanical tattoos help women recover
As Americans grapple with Donald Trump's ban on travelers from seven Muslim-majority countries, it's a good time to point out a little-known irony.
Hydrodipping, a colloquial term that refers to using water transfer printing to apply colorful designs to three-dimensional surfaces, has quickly gone from a niche hobby to a viral trend.
I'm delighted to find that moviegoers agree: Moana has been met with high acclaim and is set to become as profitable as any movie of its class. But its popularity surprises me somewhat: it deals with a time, world, tradition, and people completely
The starting point for ballet is perfection in outer form, whereas the inner quality called "bearing" is the root of all movement and expression in classical Chinese dance. (Shen Yun Performing Arts) One of my earliest memories of classical da
Taryn Simon exhibits her startling take on photography -- to reveal worlds and people we would never see otherwise.
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I visit the Indian Brook Trading Company in Bethlehem, New Hampshire. This store had the most amazing metal and wood sculptures I have ever seen. Come with me as I take a tour of this hidden gem.
Trevor Paglen and Jacob Appelbaum create beautiful, acrylic-encased computers that are also Tor nodes, anonymizing data that passes through them, and install the in art galleries all over the world, so that patrons can communicate and browse anonymou
But science has no limit
Sergio Tapiro has a love affair with volcanoes. Well, one volcano.
Graffiti looks cool, but requires a lot of practice to produce anything half decent. The SprayPrinter, however, will let you create your own slick design at home using spray paint to create large artworks from images on a smartphone.