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Ai Wei Wei: Never Sorry -- a Documentary at the Intersection of Art and Politics

Michael Rose | Posted 09.26.2012 | Home
Michael Rose

America's century ended without offering us a lease renewal and now the only bet one can safely make about who's next is, will it be China or India who claims the 21st as their century?

Duchamp's Urinal? Maybe Not!

Jane Chafin | Posted 07.03.2012 | Arts
Jane Chafin

Forget the Hirst/Spalding spat! Who the heck was Baroness Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven? If what Julian Spalding claimed was true, why wasn't that the headline? I needed to dig deeper.

Damien Hirst: The Enfant Terrible of the Art World

Amanda Eliasch | Posted 06.03.2012 | Arts
Amanda Eliasch

Damien Hirst is the most important, expensive bloodthirsty artist in the world and Wednesday his show opens at the Tate Gallery in London and runs through September.

Banksy In The Running For 'Bad Art' Prize

Posted 11.30.2011 | Arts

Renowned street artist and Oscar-nominated filmmaker Banksy is now seeking recognition for his awful artwork. The Turnip Prize, in contrast to the car...

PHOTOS: Hirst Brings Opulent Art To Free Show

Posted 11.07.2011 | Arts

Now showing at Leeds Art Gallery is a comprehensive collection from Damien Hirst in his hometown, a surprisingly personal exhibition from an artist so...

Proof? 'Real' Hunchback Of Notre Dame Uncovered

The Huffington Post | Curtis M. Wong | Posted 05.25.2011 | World

A U.K. archivist has uncovered clues that may prove Quasimodo -- the disfigured bell-ringer hero of Victor Hugo's 1831 classic "The Hunchback of Notre...

The Art of Politics, Part Two: Rude Brittania at London's Tate Britain

Eric Lurio | Posted 05.25.2011 | Arts
Eric Lurio

So what exactly does America's alternate national anthem have to do with the latest exhibition at London's Tate Gallery? Well, for one thing, you'd understand what the lyrics mean.

Musings on Swine Flu: Birth and Death, the Circle of Life

Lea Lane | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Lea Lane

I thought about the parallels of the newborn and almost gone: no hair, diapers, no teeth, inability to walk, weak immunity, dependency. And the miracle and the natural progression of the circle of life.