World War II (Vanitas), 1977 - Audrey Flack - WikiArt.org
‘World War II (Vanitas)’ was created in 1977 by Audrey Flack in Photorealism style. Find more prominent pieces of still life at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.
Grayson Perry: The Tomb of the Unknown Craftsman
In a much-publicised move, Turner Prize winning potter Grayson Perry – who is sometimes known for alter-ego Claire – has curated an installation that combines his own new works with objects from forgotten craftsmen that have been tucked away in the expansive archives at the British Museum. The British Museum is always a delight to visit, whether marveling at the magnitude of the space it occupies in Bloomsbury, standing in the foyer with your head tilted back to admire the huge glass roof…
Aesthetica Magazine - Grayson Perry: The Vanity of Small Differences, Temple Newsam House, Leeds
...and the oldies wandered around their favourite neighbourhood with their best friend... grayson perry tapestries
Pace Gallery - Michal Rovner
Michal Rovner’s (b. 1957, Israel) work in video, sculpture, drawing, sound, and installation reflects on the continuum of human experience. Her work defines an evocative language of abstraction, dealing with themes such as time, history, and scien...
One Artist's Trash... Is Also Her Art
Do you ever get a little perplexed when you buy a piece of fruit and confront that little price look-up sticker on the skin? Artist Rachel Perry Welty doesn’t have that problem. She creates art out of things most people just throw away.
Anti-censorship newspaper ad attacks Silvio Berlusconi
Silvio Berlusconi, the Prime Minister of Italy, didn't receive much applause for his attempt to cut down the freedom of press with the so-called 'gag law'
Poster - Trayvon Martin - Ella Baker
Art by Ricardo Levins Morales. Words by Ella Baker A poster tribute to Trayvon Martin, teenaged victim of racial violence in Florida 2012. Words by Civil Rights Movement leader, Ella Baker. Art created following the acquittal of the assailant in July, 2013. Ella Baker is featured in our Sisters of Freedom traveling exhibit.