In his new book The Future of Men, Jack Myers looks at where guys have been, where they...
Painter, sculptor, and accidental filmmaker Malka Nedivi's studio is an unruly treasure trove of found objects, non-traditional materials, personal narratives, family secrets, collective symbolism, dark wit, and an abiding affection for all things broken, lost, and redeemed.
I am an artist with a sensitive social conscience. Now I am making a series of serious portraits of the Orlando victims; this series would be my modest contribution to the fight against homophobia and violence, against misogyny and sexism.
At a spontaneous, post party dinner in Milan this spring, Steven Learner and Jillian Choi of Collective Design Fair sat at a family style table surrounded by the company of Apparatus Studio, Callidus Guild, NES, and BDDW.
At these parties my aunt and uncles and the older people would bump what we now know as classic 1970s salsa music: the pulsing Latin influenced dance sounds of Willie Colón, Hector Lavoe, Fania All Stars, music I leaned to love and seek out later in life due to my early exposure to it.
Fear will always be there, but really, it's present in many aspects of our lives every single day. The question is, will you take responsibility for it and take the scary actions anyway?
You have your camera, have perfected your skills, and now you want to take the leap and start a business. The amount of work involved can be overwhelming, but there are some steps you can take to help speed up the process.
The Small Space Fest is just one evening of performance, but the art installations remain on view for a month. The project has been devised by the recently formed Weft in the Weave Collective consisting of visual and performance artist Heidi Rider, performer, playwright and director Elizabeth Nelson and actor, director and photographer, Adriana Chavez.
The reason we mostly shoot faceless imagery is because I have pretty epic hair that I have been growing for almost 9 years. Yeah, okay, you got me! That isn't the reason but having long hair helps, right?
Now that we have done the Memorial Day Confederate flag burning and burial across the country two years in a row, one might think that perhaps it is time to consider a more peaceful moment of reconciliation, emotional transcendence, and patriotic unity.