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Classical hipsters

Classical sculptures dressed as hipsters look contemporary and totally badass Photos by photographer Léo Caillard and photo retoucher Alexis Persani.

Photographer Clayton Cubitt makes women read from their favorite book while an unseen accomplice attempts to bring the woman to orgasm. Very intimate portraits indeed...

Official page for Hysterical Literature: Session Four: Stormy, reading "American Psycho" by Bret Easton Ellis.

Natsumi Hayashi's New Levitating Photos Get Blown Up

Natsumi Hayashi's New Levitating Photos Get Blown Up

Natsumi Hayashi is a Japanese artist known for her fixation with levitating. Two years, ago, the photographer began posting portraits online.

John Kilar's killer pics!

John Kilar's Venice Beach

Infographic: A History Of Banksy’s Graffiti Art

Evolutionary Graffiti Infographics - This Banksy Graffiti Infographic Explains the Artist's Career

Yuko Shimizu: Carving her own niche

Print size is approximately inches by inches , suitable for framing. “K” -- illustrated by Yuko Simizu CATHERINE KEENER Actor: The Virgin, About Last Night., Being John Malkovich

indoor clouds by Berndnaut Smilde

Clouds hiding indoors

Dutch artist Berndnaut Smilde has become known for his Nimbus series comprised of striking images of 'real' clouds suspended within empty rooms.

What Does the Art World Have Against Jeff Koons?

What Does the Art World Have Against Jeff Koons? Koons Whitnet and Gagosian exhibit 2013

Nobuyoshi Araki... Interview in Vice

Nobuyoshi Araki

Erotic photography by Japan's Nobuyoshi Araki - Lost At E Minor: For creative people

When Is Appropriation Just Copying?

When Is Appropriation Just Copying? Artist Jason Levesque was down in Miami last week, wandering around Scope art fair, when he noticed something: work by an artist named Josafat Miranda that looked exactly like his own. Miranda had …

Is the Art Market Becoming a Supply-Side Economy? An Argument Against Art Fairs

The growing proliferation of art fairs driving the market may not be sustainable for driving a long-term collections market.

HUO... quite a character...

Hans Ulrich Obrist: Wanted

"The Man Who Made Curating an Art" article about Hans Ulrich Obrist by The New York Observer circa Paints a very heroic image of Obrist, however brings up a lot of interesting points.

Belgian Pavilion on 55th Biennale di Venezia

Belgian Pavilion on Biennale di Venezia

Who wore it Better??

Who wore it better?