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5 Awesome Documentaries On Art (That You Can Watch For Free Online)

As I mentioned earlier this week, I’m not really a big visual art person. I am, however, a giant nerd about documentaries. So, here are a few about art that…

Robyn Pennacchia |

25 Women Artists & Crafters Killing It On Instagram

While Twitter and Facebook have their place, Etsy is great for making sales, and Pinterest is fun for inspiration, the social platform where many artists, makers, crafters and artisans feel most at…

Amelia McDonell-Parry |

Art Week Quotable: Lygia Clark On Participation

“What’s happening around me? A whole group of people clearly sees that modern art doesn’t communicate, is increasingly becoming an elitist issue…”

Rebecca Vipond Brink |

Art Week Quotable: Marina Abramović On Transformation

I test the limits of myself in order to transform myself…”

Rebecca Vipond Brink |

Art Week Quotable: LJ Roberts On Craft And Queerness

“Craft is all over the place  it represents everything from exquisite artisan objects to kitschy homemade trinkets, to the hip and cute items produced in today’s trendy DIY culture….”

Rebecca Vipond Brink |

Art Week Quotable: Mierle Laderman Ukeles On Maintenance

Maintenance is a drag; it takes all the fucking time…”

Rebecca Vipond Brink |

Art Week Quotable: Kara Walker On The Viewer

I didn’t want a completely passive viewer….”

Rebecca Vipond Brink |

It’s Art Week At The Frisky!

Join us as we explore art all week!

Rebecca Vipond Brink |

Margaret Cho’s New Single ‘I Want To Kill My Rapist’ Is Epic

Comedian Margaret Cho has become very active in trying to start conversations about rape and sexual assault – a cause that has affected her personally given that she was sexually…

Katrin Higher |

Here’s Some Priceless Pun Art Of Your Favorite Celebrities

New York City comedian and actual-nice-person Lex Singer posts pun art of celebs, historical figures, and fictional characters and I love them so hard.

Emily Winter |

Jerry Saltz Wants You To Know That He’s In The Art World’s 99 Percent

Beloved New York magazine art critic and once-upon-a-time judge for that reality show “Work of Art” Jerry Saltz disclosed his checking account balance to his Facebook fans yesterday,

Rebecca Vipond Brink |

Lego Denied Artist Ai Weiwei And It Backfired Spectacularly

Everything definitely isn’t awesome for Ai Weiwei, Chinese dissident and leading contemporary artist, who tried to bulk order Legos for an upcoming artwork and was turned away. Lego told Weiwei

Rebecca Vipond Brink |

Banksy’s ‘Dismaland’ Being Used To House Refugees, Renamed ‘Dismal Aid’

The artist Banksy has always been a controversial provocateur, but in this case, he’s getting down to business and truly trying to do good.

His recent installment of

Katrin Higher |

10 Non-Therapeutic, Just-For-Fun Adult Coloring Books

It’s the year of the coloring book, apparently: Adults have rediscovered probably the most universal childhood activity, and many of us are finding it therapeutic and mindful. I’ll

Rebecca Vipond Brink |

On Loving Men Who Can’t Love Back

Lusting after images of men, of copies of them, seems to be a safe way for a girl to figure out her body. But it’s a terrible way for a

Julia Weiss |

University At Buffalo Student Posts “White Only” And “Black Only” Signs For An Art Project

Art comes in many forms and sometimes people don’t always “get it.” But for University of Buffalo art student Ashley Powell, the point was to get a reaction when she posted “White Only”

Lauren Vinopal |

An Artist Is Selling A Menstrual Blood Portrait Of Donald Trump To Benefit Immigrant Rights

Finally, a good use for the blood coming out of our wherevers.

Megan Reynolds |

Happy 30th Birthday To The Guerrilla Girls, The Art World’s Feminist Superheroes

The Times has produced a short video celebrating 30 years of the Guerrilla Girls, the feminist art collective that publicly criticizes the art world for its sexism and hypocrisy while…

Rebecca Vipond Brink |
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