collage art

[NSFW] Raunchy Collages Merge Politics and Porn

Artist Jacqueline Mak takes on consumerism, body politics, and eroticism with humor and pin-up girls.
Sami Emory
street art

Australian Artist Covers Small Towns in Massive Photorealistic Murals

Australian muralist Guido Van Helten travels the globe to tell local stories with large-scale, photojournalism-inspired portraits.
Sean Neumann

Let These Imaginary Beings Inspire Your Next Björk Costume

Hundreds of Johanna Goodman's otherworldly collages make up 'The Catalogue of Imaginary Beings,' a collection of whimsical humanoids.
Dyllan Furness
mixed reality

Holograms Bring the Grim Reality of the Syrian Civil War to America

'Holograms from Syria' puts grisly war images in a hauntingly familiar context.
Andrew Nunes
American art

Massive Nashville Exhibit Gives a Tour of American Art Today

45 artists showcase their work in 'State of the Art: Discovering American Art Now' at the Frist Center for the Visual Arts.
Liz Vinson
gallery shows

A Fed Up Former Teacher Curates a Show Fighting School Segregation

Nearly 60 years after 'Brown v. Board of Education,' American schools are still segregated.
Antwaun Sargent

'12 Years a Slave' Screenwriter Returns to Comics After a 10-Year Hiatus

Oscar-winning screenwriter John Ridley revives 'The American Way,' his innovative comic about superheroes and race in America.
Giaco Furino
gallery show

How to Survive Systemic Racism in America

Black Women Artists for Black Lives Matter explores the politics of survival at We Buy Gold in Brooklyn.
Antwaun Sargent

This Might Be the Most Daring Tennis Stunt Yet

Swedish sports brand Björn crosses borders—literally—in a new spot.
Emerson Rosenthal
gallery shows

Timely London Gallery Show Is a Meditation on Saying Goodbye

'EXIT' is more than "The Brexit Show," however.
Maya-Roisin Slater

This Personality Quiz Will Figure Out Your Shape

A Timothy Leary-inspired online quiz generates an entire exhibition for artists Kayla Mattes and Justin Seibert.
Andrew Salomone
digital art

This Net Art Will Make You Question Why You're Celebrating July 4th

Founder of FELT Zine Mark Sabb and new media artist Michael Green tap into the psyche of American politics.
Nathaniel Ainley