A new book celebrates the man who invented the album cover.
Right after he was released from a Chinese prison, his early photos are being exhibited in New York.
The man dubbed "the next Banksy" exhibits his dark take on fame and all things celebrity.
She spent months taking over 2,500 shots of the band while they recorded their new album. She explains them to Vulture.
Britney Spears, Kate Gosselin, Amanda Knox, and more, throw-pillow-style. And with bonus phrenology!
The artist himself named two of the works on view among his most "pivotal."
Shock gives way to admiration.
Bruce Gilden's shots of amorous youngsters and wrinkled grannies.
Thirty-two exclusive images.
A shotgun hole, a kicked-through wall ... all in wood inlay.
Faulhaber achieves his unique effects through long exposures — ten to twenty seconds — and a clever use of artificial light.
Before 2003, she had spent decades avoiding the art world in rural Pennsylvania.
The artist has meticulously staged creepy scenarios using actors and props.
To create his surprisingly adult works of art, he has a six-figure annual Lego budget.
His witty, brilliant oil portraits are highly stylized, titillatingly grotesque, and endlessly fascinating.
This somewhat lurid graphic novel was an instant sensation upon its debut.
Hugo sets up his own "film stills" based on common themes in Nigerian movies, resulting in sharp, strong images with narratives all their own.
Multiple sheets of painted latex and acrylic are layered over wood, then cut away to expose the various colors beneath.
Now at Hasted Hunt Kraeutler gallery.
The Brooklyn-based artist creates postcards from the underworld.
Sculpture, stainless steel, new works, and art from the Middle East and Asia dominated at a very active fair.
Concluding yesterday was Performa 09, the third iteration of the biennial that sees 150 performance artists descend on New York. See our slideshow recap!
The photographer learned her technique working at the Miami Forensic Imaging Bureau.
Five freaky posters, and their horror-flick inspirations.
See a sprawling show of films, photos, props, and puppets, as well as a selection of immaculate, beautiful, and sinister drawings the director has done throughout his life.