L.A. artist Ashleigh Sumner is appropriating street art into her own unique, layered creations, and from downtown to the Hollywood Hills, people are beginning to snatch up her unique works.
Fine Arts Features
The Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute inaugurates its new and expanded facilities this summer with four new exhibits and the reinstallment of its permanent collection.
"Costumes of Downton Abbey," a major exhibition of costumes from the award-winning Downton Abbey television series, will open at the Winterthur Museum in March 2014.
Long before Lady Gaga rose to fame, British fashion editor and stylist Isabella Blow made theatrical clothes and outlandish headgear her personal trademark.
Atlanta’s High Museum of Art is bringing a little piece of Paris to Peachtree Street. "The Art of the Louvre’s Tuileries Garden" runs through January 19.
Happily hunched over his iPad, Britain’s most celebrated living artist David Hockney is pioneering in the art world again with the iPad.
Fine Arts Reviews
Accompanying the exhibit in NYC, Valerie Steele, director of the Fashion Institute of Technology, explores a topic that surprisingly few have in "A Queer History of Fashion: From the Closet to the Cakewalk" what gay people have done for fashion.
This particular body of work is based on traditional 18th- and 19th-century European portraiture of the landed gentry, but the artist gave the enterprise a significant twist and shout by adding the seasoning of contemporary youth and hip hop.
"Woodism" and Jumbie aesthetics inspire the art of three African/ Antiguan artists currently exhibiting together at the Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center.