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Nychos in New Jersey


Palm Wine Collectors by Kyle Weeks


Kyle Weeks initially photographed the Ovahimbra youth in the Kunene region in Namibia in a project that spanned over a 3-year period.

Parker Day's Icons


Parker Day is a Los Angeles-based artist whose work explores identity and the masks we wear.

"Greek Gotham" Group Show @ Dio Horia Art, Mykonos, Greece


One of the standout group shows of the summer happens to be at a place where a summer vacation seems really nice: Mykonos, Greece with "Greek Gotham" curated by Maria Brito at Dio Horia Art.

Cosmic Costumes from Bunnie Reiss


Bunnie Reiss utilizes her art to map out unusual lives, find hidden and forgotten places, build a unique visual history - this series of costumes were designed to reflect her cosmic/folkloric 2D work and we are loving the results.

Always Run First @ Art Primo SF


End. installation and photobook


End. is a collaborative piece doubling as an installation and photobook. The publication consists of photography by Eamonn Doyle and drawings and sound by Niall Sweeny and David Donohoe.

Nemco mural in Moscow


Sean Maung's Family Portrait Studio


Los Angeles based photographer Sean Maung – mainly known for his street photography of urban culture – takes his work indoors for an installation where he creates a portrait studio reminiscent of those found in urban middle and working class communities across the country.

"Neutral Calibration Studies (Ornament + Crime)" @ Catherine Clark Gallery


Currently on display at Catherine Clark Gallery in San Francisco is Neutral Calibration Studies (Ornament + Crime), a solo exhibition of new work by Stephanie Syjuco.

An update with Stoe


Nuart 2016: MTO, ERON, and New Video Trailer


It's coming up! Nuart 2016 kicks off on September 11, and we can't wait to get to Stavanger, Norway to check-in with one of the world's best street art festivals.

Scene Report: New York


Each week we feature updates on current graffiti scenes in a number of major U.S. cities with the help of a few select photographers.

James Hopkins' Trompe L'oeil Installations


British artist James Hopkins carefully constructs installations with mundane everyday objects into artwork with hidden messages.

Photographer Captures a 40 Year-Old-Man's Intimate Relationship With a Doll


Germany-based photographer Sandra Hoyn documented the life of a bizarre couple, Dirk and Jenny, whose bond seems to cuter between any other couple.

"In The Cut" @ Gallery Luisotti


Gallery Luisotti presents its summer group exhibition, In the Cut, curated by Michael Peña. The exhibition includes photographs by Cindy Bernard, Sam Contis, Whitney Hubbs, Chelsea Mosher, and Lisa Ohlweiler.

Scene Report: Detroit


Each week we feature updates on current graffiti scenes in a number of major U.S. cities with the help of a few select photographers. 

Shepard Fairey Champions the Legend of Jim Marshall


Think of pivotal cultural moments of the mid-twentieth century and know that Jim Marshall documented those imprints.

Exploring the Self portrait with Tommy Kha


Tommy Kha (b. 1988, Memphis, Tennessee) received his BFA in Photography from Memphis College of Art and his MFA from Yale University School of Art.

Michael Marcelle: How We Came to the Red Strawberry


What if Hurricane Sandy blew a hole into space and time, and that hole continued to get wider, skewing what we perceive as reality?


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