artists

Spotify lets you add 15-second song clips to Facebook Stories

Beginning today, Spotify will let users share 15-second clips of Spotify songs on their Facebook Stories. If followers tap on the preview, they'll be transferred to Spotify, where they can listen to

You can now share music from Spotify to Facebook Stories

Spotify this morning announced a new way for you to share music with friends (or fans, if you’re an artist) — by way of a new Facebook Stories integration that includes 15-second song previews.

Interview: Artist and Set Designer Gary Card

Ahead of Us by Night, the multi-disciplinary artist and set designer tells us about the chaos of creation Multidisciplinary artist and set designer Gary Card boasts a long list of clients and
Vija Celmins’s Surface Matters

Vija Celmins’s Surface Matters

Calvin Tomkins on the artist Vija Celmins, who produces relatively little work and vigorously resists all forms of self-promotion but, as she enters her eighties, may be changing her attitudes.
Renoir’s Problem Nudes

Renoir’s Problem Nudes

An argument is often made that we shouldn’t judge the past by the values of the present, but that’s a hard sell in a case as primordial as Renoir’s, Peter Schjeldahl writes.

Studio Visit: Artist Refik Anadol

Where technology, data, light and space develop an interactive evolution of cinema Refik Anadol is in the future—not from the future or thinking about it, but working within a space that many have yet

Artfinder is The Art World’s First B Corp

Online marketplace Artfinder (which sells original works from independent artists located all over the world) has become the art world’s first B Corp. As such, they are legally bound to uphold the
Winston Churchill’s Granddaughter’s MTV Connection

Winston Churchill’s Granddaughter’s MTV Connection

Naomi Fry on a visit with the octogenarian Edwina Sandys in the SoHo loft that launched “The Real World”—and American reality TV.
Making Music from the Met’s Forgotten Treasures

Making Music from the Met’s Forgotten Treasures

Adam Gopnik on Oliver Beer’s Vessel Orchestra, which was assembled by rummaging around in the basement storerooms of the Metropolitan Museum.
Artist Alex Hank Takes a Loss in Beverly Hills

Artist Alex Hank Takes a Loss in Beverly Hills

Last week, a contemporary art-filled villa tucked into the hillside overlooking Beverly Hills, Calif., sold for $12.6 million to a buyer from Mainland China. Originally built in 1964, the
Iranian metalheads avoid prison, commence rocking Norway

Iranian metalheads avoid prison, commence rocking Norway

Last month a judge in Tehran handed down harsh sentences to the two members of Confess.
The Whitney Biennial Protests and the Changing Standards of Accountability in Art

The Whitney Biennial Protests and the Changing Standards of Accountability in Art

Andrea K. Scott writes about the resignation of Warren B. Kanders from the board of the Whitney Museum of American Art, after a group of artists announced that they would remove their work from the
There Is No One Face of San Diego Comic-Con

There Is No One Face of San Diego Comic-Con

San Diego Comic-Con celebrated its 50-year anniversary this year. That’s half a century of panels, cosplay, friendship, and joining together in fandom. We wanted to commemorate this historic event,
Jack Davison’s Throwback to a Golden Age of Editorial Portraiture

Jack Davison’s Throwback to a Golden Age of Editorial Portraiture

Chris Wiley writes on the British photographer Jack Davison, whose first monograph, “Photographs,” was released in May.
IDW’s President Wants to Unearth Spider-Man’s Hidden Mexican History

IDW’s President Wants to Unearth Spider-Man’s Hidden Mexican History

Even as moviegoers get reacquainted with Peter Parker Marvel Studios’ latest release, Spider-Man: Far From Home, a piece of the character’s comic book history was only uncovered earlier this year for
IDW’s President Wants to Unearth Spider-Man’s Hidden Mexican History

IDW’s President Wants to Unearth Spider-Man’s Hidden Mexican History

Even as moviegoers get reacquainted with Peter Parker Marvel Studios’ latest release, Spider-Man: Far From Home, a piece of the character’s comic book history was only uncovered earlier this year for
PROMO: World Renowned Artist To Create a Massive Mural Live at ComplexCon Chicago

PROMO: World Renowned Artist To Create a Massive Mural Live at ComplexCon Chicago

Throughout the ComplexCon Chicago weekend, Dragon76 will paint an original mural based on Amazon Prime Video's 'The Boys.'
How to Make a Living From Your Hobby

How to Make a Living From Your Hobby

If you turn your hobby into your job, you might end up with a fulfilling and lucrative career—or you might go broke and ruin your hobby forever. Turning a hobby into a job doesn’t mean flipping a

Tropic Zine Issue #2

Issue #2 of Honolulu-based, artist-led Tropic Zine focuses on the Filipinx diaspora—aiming to “decolonize, deconstruct, and reimagine” what it means to identify as such. The publication has been
Harald Szeemann’s Revolutionary Curating

Harald Szeemann’s Revolutionary Curating

Peter Schjeldahl on a re-creation of the auteur’s most personal show which essentializes a strange glamour that has leaked from the art world into culture at large.