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The 10 most famous artists. From Leonardo da Vinci to Salvador Dali

The 10 most famous artists reflected: From time to time, true geniuses were born among mere mortals to bring beauty and awe to ordinary...

BridgeHampton shines light on Art.

Arthamptons was the premier destination this past weekend. Priceless Modern & Contemporary Art worth $200 million dollars was seamlessly displayed in infinite rows...

After Hours at Krause gallery.

A large crowd of beautiful beatniks spilled out of Krause Gallery and into Orchard street Friday night as the After Hours event saw it's...

With Vampires and A Wedding, Michael Alan’s Living Installation Proves Its the Next New...

On one recent Friday night, Michael Alan’s Living Installation did the unthinkable—performed two completely different shows with different music on each side of ABC...

Amanda Dolan’s “Heart Attack.”

Blinking hearts in a window bringing Amsterdam's red-light district to mind, and a modern day Warhol of a pooch fit to ride in Paris Hilton's luxury...

Why Jana Romanova took pictures of sleeping pregnant parents to be.

When asked what provoked her to start taking pictures of pregnant parents to be Russia's Jana Romanova answers at the time when she first undertook...

Javier Gomez- ‘Sensual Nature.’

  As the cabs honked their horns and screeched impatiently across the gravel down at Wall street, all important men suited up in smart business...

Katya Leonovich: The Night of Shooting Stars and Seeing Small.

The impulsive exploratory instinct constantly churning within us was turned on high at the L Gallery retrospective of Katya Leonovich’s work. The trick of...

Yoshitomo Nara wants to Confuse you.

The innocuous little moppets so delicately existent on Yoshimoto Nara’s canvases reversed the role of ‘gazer’ and ‘gazee’ at the Marianne Boesky Gallery in...

Three year old autistic girl is now an art star.

Three year old autistic girl Iris Halmshaw in the UK has gone on to capture the public's imagination with a body of work that...

Museum display of Yorkshire Ripper Peter Sutcliffe’s possessions blasted.

What makes for good art and what about the morbid curiosity as to what goes on in a serial killer's mind? These are some...

Skye Nicolas: His own Murdered Beauty.

On the back of his wildly successful solo show we decided once again to take Skye Nicolas aside and ask him some more compelling...

Immediatism at the ArtExpo in Manhattan

Our frenetic lives 2.0 don't leave us any time to care for details. Jumping from Google to a Facebook update while twitting our exotic...

The Sleek set turn up for Albert Watson at Milk.

  If you are in the business of gawking at sleek looking children with perfect jawlines and too high cheekbones we certainly hope you were...

Serge Strosberg; The Dorian Gray Syndrome.

What is in an identity? How does one prevail? How does one negotiate their outward appearance and the gnarling contradictory feelings that come along...