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Finding Inspiration with Karley Sciortino and Kelli Berglund

Broadly Hotline's Bunny Michael talks to Now Apocalypse’s Karley Sciortino and Kelly Berglund about finding inspiration in sex, drugs, and art. Created with STARZ.
Created with STARZ
3.11.19
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Making Collages Is a Way of Putting Myself Together

When I'm done cutting and pasting, I feel like my ideas have value.
Laia Garcia
3.11.19
Art

Frida Kahlo Showed Me a Shape-Shifting Vision of My Mexicanidad

Tokens of Frida Kahlo's imagination made real through her body and art are now on display at the Brooklyn Museum.
Angie Jaime
2.26.19
Art

Art Museums Need to Address Colonialist Theft—Not Diversity

The Museum of Modern Art will close this summer to include more works from artists of color. Activists say this does little to reconcile centuries of exploitation.
Danielle Kwateng-Clark
2.8.19
Culture

The Drag Troupe For Kings and Queens With Learning Disabilities

British performance collective Drag Syndrome wants audiences see and appreciate the artistic and creative talents of people with Down's syndrome.
Deana Morton
12.18.18
Culture

7 Black Artists You Should Know

From working with Solange to being lauded by "Vogue," these women are lighting up the art scene.
Miss Rosen
12.6.18
Culture

How Yayoi Kusama Beat the Art World At Its Own Game

When Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama was shut out of the New York art world in the 1960s, she forged her own path instead.
Ione Gamble
11.19.18
Art

This Artist Took Your Asian Stereotypes and Turned Them into Jewelry

Ada Chen is changing the world of jewelry by turning Chinese-American stereotypes into humorous adornments.
Eda Yu
11.6.18
Art

How Should We Remember the Stonewall Uprising?

In his new show, artist Chris Vargas of the Museum of Transgender Hirstory & Art skewers the politics of LGBTQ memorialization.
Sessi Kuwabara Blanchard
10.30.18
Culture

'Soul of a Nation' Exhibit Rocks Perceptions of Black Revolutionary Art

This collection of dozens of works spanning two decades depicts a divided America during one of the country's most aesthetically revolutionary periods.
Danielle Kwateng-Clark
10.19.18
Culture

These Mesmerizing Photos Use Calming Colors to Soothe Depression

Arielle Bobb-Willis' photography allowed her to cope with depression through the stunning use of color and controlled subjects.
Danielle Kwateng-Clark
10.16.18
Culture

Rejoice! The Next Met Gala is Going to Be Campy As Hell

The Met announced its 2019 Costume Institute theme as "Camp: Notes on Fashion," which will honor "exaggerated" figures in pop culture in tribute to Susan Sontag. Expect nods to drag queens, Bowie, Serena Williams, and others.
Danielle Kwateng-Clark
10.11.18
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