Kallima's lucent sketches pop off the paper.
'I don’t hunt and, to the best of my knowledge, I don’t have a 17-year-old who is pregnant,' he said.
Campbell's merry dots are more than just dots.
Thompson is showing giant photographs of beautiful objects like butterflies, rose-lipped women, and a curvy torso drenched in watery blue.
Serrano raps with Vulture about his new show featuring 66 photos of actual poo.
Photographer Bill Durgin’s torsos aren't as elegant as Degas's, but they're definitely happy-making.
Perry's frothy work is capable of evoking gastronomical extremes.
This image of her almost-teen daughter in a frilled bathing suit would work there in a diorama of prehistoric adolescent life.
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Hoyle's subject is often water and the people who swim in it.
Does it really represent an artist 'in a state of profound crisis,' or does it look like Kermit?
Serrano has a new show opening next month at the Yvon Lambert Gallery, and he's moved his focus from No. 1 to, naturally, No. 2.
Burghardt’s dirty-elbowed hippie is swathed in heavenly light. Is she Jesus's secret girlfriend? Joni Mitchell?
Shen Jingdong, who served for sixteen years in the Chinese military, merges Pop Art with Marxist propaganda.
In the 'New Yorker' profile of Jacobs, they talk like an adorable old married couple.
J.J. Abrams would do well to take a look at Lia Halloran’s spooky photographs of late-night skate parks.
Guns, danger, sexy naked paintings — what else do you need?
And that line is not, surprisingly, 'HELF.'
James Powderly let friends know he was being held via Twitter direct message.
Adria Sartore's unimpressed redhead, 'Flora 9,' looks like she's just landed, but we're not sure from where or when.