Why should contemplating the scale of cosmic time be a sulky endeavor? This conversation with artist Troy Medinis is an aimless walk around the city where we detour from words to uncertainty, erosion to the glimmery things that lie underneath, and then back.
Art can be much more than just describing or forming opinions on past violences. It exists in a real time and space, often in the company of other people - it offers a much more communication-based model for difficult conversations.
Typography has historically been an industry dominated by white men - even now, the field is 84% white. This means that the very words we see have bias in them, since they show a limited range of human experiences, many of them colonial and oppressive in nature.
Did you know that people buy art for investment? Perhaps you are interested in collecting art, but you don’t know where to start?If you’re like most of us, you can’t just roll up to Sotheby’s and drop a few million dollars on a Picasso. That’s why many savvy collectors invest in emerging artists. But where to start?
Cowboys from a globalized American culture, flowers as symbols of femininity, and Juan's own memories shrouded in jungle mist - and most importantly, the unabashed pleasure of whipping up a fantasy with all these ingredients.
More than just an entrepreneur or artist, James Miille represents a new generation of tastemakers in the art world who ponder - and take action - on how we can give artists power over their own presentation.
We can’t speak for Black artists, but we can do a lot to amplify their voices. One powerful tool is to educate ourselves - both on the history of violence against Black people and the creative ways in which they resisted. This is truly art as action.