Barack and Michelle Obama, Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald, and the New Golden Age of Black Painting In America
When the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C., recently broke the news that Barack and Michelle Obama have chosen the portraitists Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald to paint them, respectively,
In 1980, Anita Corbin trekked around London capturing revealing street photography along the way. Venturing into the city’s pubs and clubs, she captured portraits of 56 women from different local subcultures.
When you’re headed to the beach, you’re probably packing a pair of flip flops. They’re seemingly made for the sand, but not everyone is crazy about this summer staple. If you’re someone that wants to these
This season, the runways of Paris Couture Week transported spectators to a fantasy world of extravagant elegance. However, some attendees decided to opt for a more causal cozy look while storming the streets
Today, thanks to publicly accessible, digitized—or photographically reproduced—collections, art lovers can virtually “visit” museums through the screens of their computers, smartphones, and tablets. One
An elegant exploration of movement, the NYC Dance Project photographically presents the beauty and grace of dance. The stunning series began in 2014, when Ken Browar, an esteemed fashion photographer,
We all know that a dog is man’s best friend, but what about a rabbit, a cat, and a guinea pig? In her sweet series, My Son and His Pets, photographer Ana Rosenberg documents her son’s undying companionship
Fashion designer Roza Khamitova had a dilemma. She had gathered so many sketches of potential scarf designs for her clothing line, Shovava, that they no longer fit in the boxes and bins under her bed.
Inspired by the dainty doily, street artist NeSpoon is known for her delicate designs that adorn—and subsequently spruce up—public spaces around the world. Like in the past, the Warsaw-based artist and