Aren’t Warren Neidich's series of Cindy Sherman stunning? The self-portrait artist like we’ve never seen her before.
When it comes to music and concerts, London is certainly the most targeted scene. Here are four world famous british musicians photographed by Mick Rock.
THE ART (clockwise from top left): The Ramones End of CenturyAlbum Cover Session / Syd Barrett with Record Player, Earls Court, London / Mick Jagger, Earls Court, London / David Bowie in Mirror, UK
Bold, fresh statements for the home.
THE ART (clockwise from top left): Invisible Man by Tim Rollins and K.O.S. / Beautifully by Matt Mullican / NY + Paris = Art by Nam June Paik / Lo & Behold by Lawrence Weiner
Pure explosions of colors, vivid nuances and eye-punching hues. A mini collection of our favorite neon colored artworks!
THE ART (clockwise, from top left): Florilegio by Jose Iraola / abra vana alucinete fogo #1 by assume vivid astro focus / All the Lovely People by Marta Minujin / Nevo Eden 4199 by Andrea Juan
Limited Edition portraits from the Vanity Fair Archive by renowned photographers Edward Steichen, Cecil Beaton and Anton Bruehl.
THE ART (clockwise, from top left): Leslie Howard by Edward Steichen / Katharine Hepburn by Cecil Beaton / Louis Armstrong by Anton Bruehl / Louise Brooks by Edward Steichen
We keep seeing neon lights all around the art world; here are four of our recent faves:
THE ART (clockwise, from top left): Closed for Prayers by Claire Fontaine / Enough Already by Deborah Kass / Tea for Two by Jonathan Monk and Douglas Gordon / After by Dominique Gonzales-Foerster
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