I've got a horse but I still think of him as a pony. He certainly acts like it. Red, named for his sorrel color, is no longer young and he's far from old. That's part of the problem. He's getting too old to train, but he's too young to saddle.
There are fifteen minutes left of the opening reception for Henry Taylor's solo-show at Blum and Poe, and a constant stream of people are still flowing through the door.
In this artist's life, I have endured hardships and made many sacrifices to experience the sensual and revelatory pleasures of making art. All artists have. And now I must make a few more. I shudder, for I fear the stakes are graver than ever before.
It's often been observed that one must leave the country of birth to see it more clearly, a truism that applies to politics, but also to art. The exhibit of Walker Evans at Die Photographische Sammlung in Köln is a perfect case in point.
That night, a strong warm wind, the madness of the holidays or the edgy Mayan countdown may have kept Dallas art lovers snug in their beds. For a while, I wish I had done the same. But Santa always saves the best present for last.
For centuries, Spain's monarchs avidly collected art, spending a king's ransom to decorate their palaces and chapels. In a holiday gift for art lovers, 100 favorites have traveled to Houston for Portrait of Spain: Masterpieces from the Prado.
An Englishman, Tottenham is as dreary as a London fog. His droll inflection bares the resentment at having to answer your silly and stupid question. He does not believe in love, ambition or hope.
Fine arts deans know that merging art and science, having more interdisciplinary and project-based learning, ushering in a whole new curriculum and a having truly creative community are essential to America's future.
Light is magic. It disperses shadows, it can transfix people, and it is a symbol for hope and new beginnings. Detroit will host a new, contemporary light art festival called DLECTRICITY with over 35 projects, from interactive light design to 3D video mapping.
IndieCade --the International Festival of Independent Games-- hits downtown Culver City, California this weekend. Here's a look at one of the games th...
"The endless cycle of idea and action, endless invention, endless experiment, brings knowledge of motion, but not of stillness." - T. S. Eliot ...
The Hawaiian Islands are newer and fresher than any land on the planet. Nature's beauty has never been on a brighter display. The flora and the fauna are breathtaking. For the seeker of divinity and transcendence, mo betta' beauty can always be found.
The colorful vertical lines on the facade of the Robert Fontaine Gallery in the heart of Miami's Wynwood Arts District blend smoothly with the vivid street and graffiti art characteristic of the resurgent neighborhood.
Angels do live in Brooklyn. And one of them is Yula Beeri, an Israeli composer, musician and performer. With her community of artists called the Extended Family, Beeri has opened the HIVE NYC a converted loft performance space in Brooklyn.
Jack Brogan is a fabricator. He creates art objects, with an expertise in a wide range of materials. His influence and his fingerprints are indelible to California art history.
I am in the thick of it, preparing for a retrospective. It is a unique experience, fraught with nostalgia. Rediscovering old art works is like going through an old family album; each picture elicits an emotion.