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Photographer and videographer Khalik Allah has been shooting candid photos on the streets of Harlem since 2012.
Greg Lundgren of Lundgren Monuments is an artist in bringing light and color to the one situation where the dress code is all black.
Jen Davis has been photographing herself continuously for over a decade. Her series of self-portraits have resulted in a book called ‘11 Years‘ and is a powerful exploration of identity, beauty and body image.
Galleries come in all sizes, even in a really, really tiny scale. Swedish graphic designer and illustrator Henrik Franklin has created an installation that’s something you’d be more likely to see in a dollhouse than anywhere else.
Tom Fruin made his solo debut at Mike Weiss Gallery with quilts made of drug baggies. 11 years later, his sculptures maintain reference to that mosaic, but have taken on a different form as colourful plexiglass architecture.
Famed Los Angeles artist Paul McCarthy was attacked in Paris on Thursday while finishing the installation of his nearly 80-foot tall sculpture, called Tree, outside the Place Vendôme.
Luka Fineisen creates installations that invade gallery spaces using (seemingly) natural elements like bubbles, sand, and ice.
Rear WIndow, Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images Raging Bull, Christine Loss Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Paramount/The Kobal Collection/Howell Conant Giant,© Sid Avery/mptvimages.com In the newly-published book titled Hollywood Frame by Frame, author Karina Longworth examines the contact sheet, a necessity in film making before the advent of digital technology.
Psilocybin mushrooms Absinthe Abilify Adderall In 1995, artist Bryan Lewis Saunders decided to create a unique self-portrait every day for the rest of his life.
Russian artist Dmitry Morozov has found a way to make sound from tattoo ink. Working to unite robotics with his passion for art and sound, he created a machine that makes music based on the reading of a tattoo on ones’ body.
Boston-based artist Jenine Shereos who we’ve featured in the past for her amazing series of leaves made from human hair. her amazing series of leaf forms made from human hair.
The Singh Project is a wonderful, celebratory look at a modern, multicultural Britain and features members of the Sikh community.
From far away, you might not realize what’s on these porcelain pieces by Evelyn Bracklow for LA philia.
Set up by the BBC and the Arts Council of England, The Space is a non-profit platform to explore exciting new art and design.
Ryoji Ikeda’s Test Pattern project, which was first shown in 2008, converts any data – from text to photo to sound to film – into barcode visualization and binary patterns of 0s and 1s.
We are big fans of artist Jake Fried here at Beautiful/Decay (original post here), and yet he continues to impress us.
U.S. Marshals is American photographer Brian Finke’s fourth and most recent series. The artist documents the everyday activities of the law enforcement officers.
French artist Marc Giai-Miniet packs hidden tales into small, elaborate dioramas, a craft he has been pursuing since the 90s.
Photographer Gray Malin (@graymalin) takes us on a journey in his colorful, idyllic series titled Dreams.
Walking past the Storefront for Art and Architecture in New York City, you might catch a glimpse of a bright pink, floor-to-ceiling, perforated, amoeba-like shape.