What might be considered an unusual partnership is setting the art world on fire. CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
- Fox News
A colorist involved in the creating the Superman comic says he is quitting his position in response to the “wokeness” that has permeated the franchise.
- Washington Examiner
A DC Comics artist quit his job over the company changing Superman's decades-old slogan to remove the "American way" portion as well as making the classic character bisexual.
Over five years, one man read every Marvel superhero comic ever written. And now, he's chronicled the experience in a new book. The post Someone Read All 27,000 Marvel Superhero Comics in 5 Years appeared first on Nerdist.
Broadway Actor Chad Kimball Files Lawsuit Alleging He Lost ‘Come From Away’ Job Over Christian Beliefs
Broadway actor Chad Kimball has filed a lawsuit against the producers of Come From Away, claiming he wasn’t rehired for the show’s post-pandemic return to the stage after he spoke out against Covid restrictions on religious services. Kimball, an original Broadway cast member of the musical when it opened in 2017 (and performed in several […]
- Town & Country
Why famed society decorator Billy Baldwin was summoned to Greece just days after Jackie married Ari Onassis.
- LA Times
Commentary: Must Laurence Olivier's blackface Othello be banned? I showed the film and wasn't canceled
A professor's recent showing of Laurence Olivier's offensive "Othello" prompts a heated — and necessary — conversation.
Put those sneakers down! Men's ballet flats are on the rise.
- CBS Miami
Today's Miami Proud spotlight shines brightly on contemporary artist Edouard Duval-Carrié, whose work is both a labor of love and a lesson in history of the Haitian people.
- Robb Report
After their posts were deemed "controversial" on social media, Vienna’s museums are aiming to “start a conversation" on their new channel.
Authorities, who held the robot for 10 days, feared that it may have been hiding covert spy tools.
Here's the truth about things body-art clients are too shy to ask, from how much to tip your artist to what to do if you don't like your tattoo.
tells me as we talk about printed photography. She's referring to one of her heroes, which we will cover later in this piece. We're having this conversation because, right now, fans of Cristina de Middel's can buy one of her prints through the Magnum Square Print Sale. Stay tuned and follow me.
- USA TODAY
From sketchbooks to software, these are the best gifts for artists in 2021.
- Idaho Statesman
“This is the first time we’ve tried to tackle something cinematically from top to bottom — and it works.”
- LA Times
In the wake of a devastating stroke, Diaz turned to drawing to contend with insomnia. Her fantastical images are on view at Luis De Jesus Los Angeles.
- The Telegraph
What’s the point of comics these days? What chance do Dennis the Menace and Gnasher stand in the battle for children’s attention against screens and the stars of Fortnite?
The Belgian designer's exhibition at the Lafayette Anticipations foundation in Paris features works based on hair, dust and blank spaces.
- Tampa Bay Times, St. Petersburg, Fla.
ST. PETERSBURG — The Shine Mural Festival is underway, now in its seventh year featuring local, national and international artists painting the town. The festival is produced by the St. Petersburg Arts Alliance. In years past, I’ve driven around to see the murals in progress, strategically parking in spots central to a few locations. But this year, I got the opportunity to tour a few murals ...
- Out Traveler
The National Gallery of Victoria International in Melbourne went hunting through their extensive archives with a queer eye.
The collaboration with Eames Office hosts the work of Charles and Ray Eames on the retro Club C sneaker. How do the limited edition shoes fit in their catalog?