Imagine walking into a major department store and seeing your artwork on a rack full of shirts. It would be a pretty nice feeling, right? Now, imagine that you had no idea that the apparel existed and that you would...
'Kehinde Wiley: An Economy of Grace' documents the collaboration between renowned New York-based painter Kehinde Wiley and Givenchy Creative Director Riccardo Tisci for Wiley's latest exhibit. For the fellow fashion-loving art enthusiast, the doc offers a fusion of both as it raises questions of power, race, class, art history and gender
Calgary-based artist Lisa Brawn has been experimenting with primarily figurative, portrait genre painted woodcut blocks for over twenty years and has a knack for turning alternative venues in the city into gallery and project spaces. She also has a very interesting creative process, as you'll find out in today's profile
California born, Colorado bred and New Yorker since 1992, Joshua Davis is an artist, designer, and technologist. Davis attended the Pratt Institute in the early 90s, gaining a background in fine arts, graphic design and programming, the combination of which lends to his innovative work where he marries creative and analytical concepts to produce stunning patterns that are definitely reflected in his new Toronto exhibition, The Forty Thieves