662 posts categorized "ART"
Potential running mate Julio Castro endorses Hillary.
Bernie Sanders secretly met Sandra Bland's mom.
Drug CEO tries to buy time with Sanders, gets a NO.
Jesse Ventura flirts with presidential run.
Plea deal for former Speaker of the House Hastert.
Elton John's AIDS op-ed.
More of Nico Tortorella.
Buy my memoir here!
Cody Deal prepares and eats breakfast in the raw.
Twin boys become brother and sister.
Would you be pleased if a street artist did this to your wheels?
Queer punks offer “List of People Buried at Arlington National Cemetery.”
Artist Robert de Michiell's pop-culture illustrations have been a staple of Entertainment Weekly and many other publications. He was about to enjoy being exhibited at ClampArt Gallery (531 W. 25th St., NYC) in a show called On Fire Island, but sadly, he lost his long fight with cancer this week.
The show will go on, even though de Michiell's journey has come to an end.
A statement from his representative follows:
Pegasus Street Artist—the British-based Chicago boy who designed the cover for the limited edition of Encyclopedia Madonnica 20—made his U.S. debut in a special exhibition at the Hollywood Museum.
No, that's not a wax figure in front of him, that is the real, live Ruta Lee—who looks flawless at 80, don't you think?
You can get EM20 here or here (it's not really out of stock, ignore that), or I will soon post the few leftovers I have on eBay. After that, I'm going to see how many promo copies (unnumbered) I have left, and will sell those for a set price.
SELL OR BE SOLD: Rising-star artist Edward Granger is hot... in two senses.
David Mixner prefers the new Hillary, isn't bullish on her chances.
UNION CITY BLUE: Hillary endorsed by nation's biggest union.
Danny Pintauro insists he got HIV from oral sex.
Has Pintauro actually hurt the cause he's trying to help?
RIP Chantal Akerman, Belgian director.
Rosie O'Donnell heartbroken over daughter's tell-all.
THRONE BUTCH BLUES: Treasure found in porta potty.
If this ass is real, it's real nice.
Find out how to look like Kim Davis.
Vanity Fair discovers why Billy Eichner is so loud.
Super, super, super, super hot cop.
Is Cara Delevingne engaged to her GF?
The Stonewall is a landmark!
THE DEVIL YOU KNOW: Muscly Well-Strung.
Suppressive person Nicole Kidman not at daughter's wedding.
You'll love seeing entitled Luke V. Gatti get taken DOWN.
CIAO, BELLO: It's like Twilight in reverse.
Why? Just La Cause.
I was sad to miss a photo exhibition devoted to the work of Kit Cowan, the late husband of TV writer Michael Ausiello. Now, his work is preserved at Kit Cowan Archives. Ausiello notes of Cowan's focus on his hometown:
Kit had a love/hate relationship with Millersburg. Like an ex he could never quite get over, his hometown simultaneously captivated and haunted him. When people would ask where he was from, he would explain that it was a small town in Pennsylvania that lacked a single traffic light. There was always a tinge of pride in his voice when he described the smallness of Millersburg, too. I always read it as, “Yep, I grew up in the middle of nowhere , and I got OUT!”
I don't believe in an afterlife, so I feel like we have to have fun, experience beauty, help people and make art while we're here. Hopefully, some of what we do—and we're not all heroes, life-saving surgeons, or presidents—will be left behind and will affect people in a positive way after we leave. I think Cowan's work is lovely and touching. I love the color tones, and I love that the images seem to have a presence, even without human beings in them. But like a lot of art, there is a human being in them, their creator.
Enjoy his work and enjoy your life.