What Hell Hath Weezer Wrought? Toto’s “Africa” Plays Forever in African Desert
The 1982 hit serenades the Namibia desert courtesy of an ambitious art installation.
In Conversation: Joan Cornellà Is a Reasonable Person
The Spanish artist known for his deranged—but brightly colored!—comics talks police brutality, Facebook, and traveling in the US.
Tiny Respite: Meet Tiny Fellas, the Littlest Street Art Team in DC
Art at ground level.
Japanese artist Azuma Makoto turns deconstructed floristry into fine art.
Dancing Through the Elements at Day for Night
Houston’s most innovative music and arts festival offers plenty of opportunities to get lost.
Oil City Lights: How Houston’s Day for Night is Putting the “Arts” in “Music and Arts Festival”
The Gulf Coast humidity means things often get melded in Houston, but one gathering is blurring the line between music festival and art installation in a new way.
Artist Anish Kapoor Now Owns the Exclusive Rights to the “World’s Darkest Material”
Vantablack absorbs 99.965% of light.
Francis Bacon’s Last Painting Has Been Revealed
1991’s “Study of a Bull” is part of a “very private, private collection in London.”
Jackie Treehorn’s House from “The Big Lebowski” Has Been Donated to LACMA
The Los Angeles residence will be used to teach architects and scholars about design.
Pussy Riot Plans to Open a Women-Only Museum
The New Balkan Women’s Museum will be located in Montene
FLOOD’s Best of 2015: Art + Culture
Our picks for the best arts and culture moments of 2015.
The First Full-Length Documentary about Robert Mapplethorpe Is Coming to HBO
“Mapplethorpe: Look At The Pictures” will air in April 2016.
Pablove Shutterbugs’ Fifth Annual Gallery Show In Los Angeles
Head to the FLOOD gallery this Saturday for the exhibit and cocktail reception.
RECAP: Resurrection: A “Star Wars” Influenced Art Show at the FLOOD Gallery
A very special evening featuring artist Sket One in person.
Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ Nick Zinner Will Display “601 Photographs” in Los Angeles
The guitarist’s show opens tonight at 7 p.m. at Lethal Amounts.
Breaking: Sket One
Catching up with the Los Angeles–based artist on the occasion of his Star Wars–themed FLOOD Gallery show
RSVP: Resurrection: A “Star Wars” Influenced Art Show by Sket One
Join us at the FLOOD gallery for an incredible night that takes you to a galaxy far, far away.
Life Is Beautiful 2015: Viva Downtown Las Vegas
Stevie Wonder, Kendrick Lamar, Weezer, Bill Nye, Banksy, and more bring the Sin City festival into maturity.
The Painter of Sunflowers: Vincent van Gogh Was the Theme of This Year’s Dutch Flower Parade
You missed this year’s Dutch flower parade again, didn’t you?
Banksy’s “Dismaland”—Not Intended to be Fun for the Whole Family [UPDATED]
The “bemusement park” will exist in Weston-super-Mare, England, for five weeks only.
Andrew Savage’s “Color Studies”: The Parquet Courts Frontman Goes Solo—As a Visual Artist
Punk flyer art and DIY design has been around for decades, but with Color Studies, Andrew Savage takes it to the next logical level.
Soon You Will Be Able to “Meet Vincent van Gogh” in a Virtual, Interdisciplinary Exhibit
Just the way the artist intended.
The Pop-Up Pantone Cafe Is a Color-Coded Dream
Of course it’s in Monaco.
WATCH: Jamie xx-Scored Ballet “Tree of Codes” Premieres at Manchester International Festival
Videos of the performance have already surfaced online.
Check into the Hotel Chelsea for Patti Smith and Sam Shepard’s “Cowboy Mouth”
The legendary establishment is taking part in a ten-day cultural exhibition series right now.
Micucci Made This: Kate Micucci Takes Over the FLOOD Gallery for the Week
A recap of the multi-talented actress’s first art show with photos from the busy, fun-filled opening party
Stanley Donwood’s Exhibit in Sydney Features New Music by Thom Yorke
“The Panic Office” is in installation at Semi-Permanent in Sydney, Australia, from May 24–June 6.
RIP: Chris Burden (1946–2015)
The innovative performance and conceptual artist was 69 years old.