Wilfredo “Bio” Feliciano is an internationally established artist, taking the world by storm with his world-famous art collective known as TATS CRU “The Mural Kings.” As a master of street art, graffiti, mural design, and fine arts for over 30 years, Bio is one of TATS CRU’s founding members and continues to create vibrant and […]
Oftentimes we are taught to think of things in terms of their opposites: good versus bad, hot versus cold, dark versus light. It’s this mode of thinking that has led to many harmful stereotypes and disagreements. It is a limited way of thinking, and we should thus seek to move beyond its constraints. That is why when the matter of deciding whether dance is an art or a sport, my answer is less restricted. I think it is both.
“Future Heroes” is the new experience that the Museum of The Future in Dubai is offering on the Kids’ Floor, aiming to encourage children to engage in activities to hone their future skills. The Museum of the Future is one of the most iconic architectural wonders in Dubai. The circular structure was designed by architect Shaun Killa and engineered by Buro Happold to represent humanity and our hopefulness toward the future.
In what seems to have been a climate protest, the of the most recognisable faces in the world was smothered in cake on Sunday, when a man who posed as an elderly woman smeared the dessert on the Mona Lisa.
The masterpiece created by Leonardo da Vinci in the 16th century was left untouched due to it being protected behind bulletproof glass in the Louvre museum in Paris, France.
Even though animation is a beloved genre to many movie and art lovers around the world, animation is also underappreciated. It’s easy to see why many people love animation. These films are popular world-wide with amazing companies like Disney, Warner Brothers, and DreamWorks who brought us iconic characters like Mickey Mouse, the Disney Princesses (a personal favorite), Shrek, the Looney Tunes, and so much more. Often, animated movies are the first movies we fell in love with as children.
It was announced on May 1st that Andrew Lloyd Webber’s show Cinderella would be canceled and not continue with a new cast in London’s West End. Many of the cast members who were meant to begin working on July 17th had not been told at all by anyone in charge. Rather they learned they would be out of a job through social media or on the news.
It has been two years since the last European Art Fair. Hosted at the Park Avenue Armory, the European Art Fair will be shown in person from May 6-10. The event had to be postponed many times due to the pandemic, and art lovers are dying to see it. The event will include more than 90 art dealers with many highest-profile entries. The entries will include work from Independent New York, Art Basel, TEFAF Maastricht, and Masterpiece London.
Law enforcement has taken back 13 artifacts that were worth more than one million dollars at Yale University Art Gallery. The officials claimed that many art pieces were looted. A lot of the looted pieces came from Subhash Kapoor, former Manhattan gallery owner who is facing charges for trafficking art between India and the United States.
With the last breath in a Manhattan home, Nancy Lane finally decides to part from this world. It is with a burdening soul that the Studio Museum didn’t get the chance to fully say goodbye to Lane in her abrupt passing. She would often support Black artists in the Studio Museum and promote their work to the local community.
Art inspires, whether it’s classic tales like Pride and Prejudice, where Jane Austin highlights the social injustices that women were facing in the 1800s, or modern art like Andy Warhol’s “Big Electric Chair,” a painting that stirs up thoughts on capital punishment.
The Shaolin Temple, known for the birthplace of Chan Buddhism and their mastery practices in Shaolin Kung Fu, held their kung fu competition online this year due to the constraints of the pandemic. In order to compete for their international competition, competitors must send photos and videos of their kung fu performance to the Shaolin Temple website so judges can observe their posture and technique.
When two pho restaurants sit in the same city, there is bound to be competition. The splash of soups. The abomination of spices. The tanginess of the sauce. The Nguyen and Mai family have been at each other’s throats for so many years, yet a love story blossoms between their young children. Written by Loan Le, “A Pho Love Story” projects a Romeo-and-Juliet story where an unlikely romance is forged from rivaling pho restaurants.