Filmmaker writer, actor, cinematographer, artist, collector and producer John Waters has always been a performer, but he has recently picked up a new title, that of artist and art collector.
A San Francisco based collective, Quorum, wanted to question and explore the money exchange that occurs when purchasing art so they invited people to donate a pint of blood in exchange for art.
Internationally exhibiting artist Tracey Snelling has an incredible eye and the uncanny ability to recreate a world and make us feel like we are experiencing it for the first time.
Matthew Higgs, curator and gallery director, says that the Conceptual Art movement of the 60s and 70s was a response to the political climate of the world at that time.
A Brief History of Invisible Art investigates the interactive and communicative properties of this arm of the conceptual art movement through the curatorial lens of Ralph Rugoff.
The Missing Peace Project is a traveling exhibition that brings together world reknowned artists to create works in response to the teachings of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. David and Hi-Jin Hodge are amongst those with a video project.
The internationally shown artists in the Cuba-based collective Los Carpinteros, innovatively embody many of the traits that are inherent in Cuban art: reduce, re-use and recycle.
Low Life, Slow Life: Part 1 presents a series of lists artist Paul McCarthy lists of artists, works and events McCarthy has valued. Through these, and his words, we get a window into his mind.
In Accent Elimination artist Nina Katchadourian tried to eliminate her parents accents and adopt theirs exploring the ways in which our accents “preserve the distinctive marks of one's culture.”