The visual arts, and visual artists
By: Adrienne Crew
Adrienne Crew on LA BARONNE EMILE D’ERLANGER
By: Anthony Miller
Ephemeral, corporeal, sacramental art.
By: Mark Kingwell
Her startling vision has become the American vernacular.
By: William Nericcio
Before Lady Gaga, there was Nahui Olín.
By: Brian Berger
His first film was 1932’s PIE, PIE, BLACKBIRD.
By: Joe Alterio
He invented the manic, spongey cartoon style we take for granted.
By: Jerrold Freitag
Hitler’s most hated artist.
By: Gary Panter
Catastrophic collage boxes and birdcages.
By: Jacob Mikanowski
His informed predictions were mixed with wild speculation.
By: Joshua Glenn
By: Karinne Keithley Syers
Dance as a place of attuning one’s relationship to biophysical life.
“We must get to the painting of ourselves, our history…”
Abstract shapes in black and red collide in empty space.
His murals transform, and transform you, as you stroll past them.
She designed several famous monsters of filmland!