Banksy's New Artwork Criticises Use Of Teargas In Calais Refugee Camp
Artwork featuring young girl from Les Misérables appeared on French embassy in London following reports CS gas was used to clear parts of the camp. The artwork, which depicts a young girl from the fil...
Banksy's Dismaland Art Installment Closes But Lives On As A Refugee Shelter.
"You have no control over whether your destiny is to be an asylum seeker or a western super-power." Upon its opening earlier this summer in the English town of Weston-super-Mare, the park/art installm...
Photos: Shepard Fairey's First NYC Solo Show In Five Years Opens In Chelsea
Shepard Fairey, one of the most famous and successful street artists in the world, spent four hours out on the gallery floor last night for the opening of his first NYC solo show in five years. Fairey...
Banksy's Newest Piece Of Art Is A Depressing Parody Of Disneyland (Photos)
Your favorite theme park with a dark twist. you know anything about Banksy’s artwork, you know the street artist is always pushing the envelope. For the last couple of weeks, rumors floated around the...
A Street Art Culture Clash As Graffiti Goes Mainstream
To get to one of Detroit’s most powerful and shocking pieces of street art, you have to ignore the barricades set up at the north end of the Dequindre Cut. The idyllic recreational walk way connects t...
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Painted As The Renaissance Painters They Were Named After
New York-based New Zealand Artist Owen Dippie has painted a mural of four Renaissance Artists, Leonardo, Raphael, Michaelangelo and Donatello, as the Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles who were named after t...
NYC officials remove Edward Snowden statue secretly installed in Brooklyn park
Working under the cover of darkness early Monday, a small group of artists installed a tribute to NSA-leaker Edward Snowden in a Brooklyn park. The city removed it hours later.
28 Brilliant Street Artists Who Work With Their Surroundings To Make Masterpieces
These incredible street artists tailor their work to their surroundings so that their 2D paintings interact with their 3D surroundings and spring to life. Their ability to dream up of these...
Art galleries: the last refuge of the cultural window-shopper
While bookstores and record shops close their doors, squeezed out by the online competition, the gallery still offers something the internet can’t: real-life art
Pinacotheca
A pinacotheca (Greek: πινακοθήκη) was a picture gallery in either ancient Greece or ancient Rome. The name is specifically used for the building containing pictures which formed the left wing of t...
Cidade da Música
The Cidade das Artes (City of Arts) is a cultural complex located in Barra da Tijuca in the Southwest Zone of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, which was originally planned to open in 2004, with the name of Cit...
Cidade da Música - Wikipedia
Western Front Society
The Western Front is an artist-run centre located in Vancouver, Canada. It was founded in 1973 by eight artists (Martin Bartlett, Mo van Nostrand, Kate Craig, Henry Greenhow, Glenn Lewis, Eric Metcal...
Western Front Society - Wikipedia
Banksy's New Artwork Criticises Use Of Teargas In Calais Refugee Camp
Artwork featuring young girl from Les Misérables appeared on French embassy in London following reports CS gas was used to clear parts of the camp. The artwork, which depicts a young girl from the fil...
Vienna Secession
The Vienna Secession (German: Wiener Secession; also known as the Union of Austrian Artists, or Vereinigung Bildender Künstler Österreichs) was formed in 1897 by a group of Austrian artists who ha...
Vienna Secession - Wikipedia
Vanity gallery
A vanity gallery is an art gallery that charges artists fees to exhibit their work and makes most of its money from artists rather than from sales to the public. Some vanity galleries charge a lump s...
Curatorial platform
A curatorial platform is an organization whose principal activity is focused on the development and presentation of cultural artifacts according to clearly defined and coherent themes or organizationa...
Die Bachschmiede
Die Bachschmiede is the cultural center of the Austrian community Wals-Siezenheim. It was openend in 2008.
The history of the Bachschmiede can be traced back to the year 1567. At that time Georg M...
Die Bachschmiede - Wikipedia
Virtual museum
A virtual museum is a digital entity that draws on the characteristics of a museum, in order to complement, enhance, or augment the museum experience through personalization, interactivity and richnes...
Interactive Museum of Jewish Montreal
The Museum of Jewish Montreal (MJM) is an online and mobile museum that collects, maps, and presents the history and experiences of the Montreal Jewish community through exhibits, walking tours and t...
A-Space (community center)
A-Space (est. 1991) is a collectively run anarchist community center and art gallery located at 47th St & Baltimore Avenue in Philadelphia.Located in the Cedar Park neighborhood, the building is p...
A-Space (community center) - Wikipedia
National Museum of Art of Romania
The National Museum of Art of Romania (Romanian: Muzeul Național de Artă al României) is located in the former royal palace in Revolution Square, central Bucharest, completed in 1837. It features ...
National Museum of Art of Romania - Wikipedia
Online art gallery
An online art gallery is an online version of a contemporary art gallery.
An online art gallery is a website that display artworks. Usually, the online gallery is run as a business, with the purp...