Keith Haring's Refrigerator Door Is on the Auction Block
A graffiti-tagged refrigerator door served as the artist's guest register for Madonna, Angel Ortiz and more. Now it's on the auction block at Guernsey's.
6 days ago - NY Times
‘Scott and Andy and All the Boys' Review: Ripped From the Headlines
Mike Daisey takes sluggish aim at juicy targets: the disgraced Broadway producer Scott Rudin and the New York governor, Andrew M. Cuomo.
8 days ago - NY Times
Portraits of Post-Lockdown Haircuts
UK photographer and mature university student David Baker has shot a series of before-and-after portraits of people who finally got haircuts as COVID restrictions were eased to...
13 days ago - Peta Pixel
Alone on a Spaceship, Trying to Save the World
In “Project Hail Mary,” by Andy Weir, a former science teacher is the planet's only hope.
13 days ago - NY Times
Andy Weir's New Space Odyssey
A new novel from “The Martian” author is slightly more out there, but it still has plenty of particle physics.
14 days ago - NY Times
15 New Books to Watch For in May
Buzzy new novels from Stacey Abrams, Jean Hanff Korelitz and Andy Weir; Michael Lewis's take on the pandemic; Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's ode to grief and more.
19 days ago - NY Times
Flipbook, Andy Bailey
27 days ago - This isn't Happiness
Why Warhol's Use of That Prince Photo WAS Stealing and Not Fair Use
When is copying another's work not stealing? Andy Warhol copied a photograph taken by Lynn Goldsmith of the musical artist Prince and created sixteen colorized and stylized...
1 month ago - Peta Pixel
How Do Our Brains Process Images-Decoding or Predicting?
For a long time, scientists believed that images were decoded in a bottom-up process. It was thought that the image arrived on the retina and was sorted out in stages, starting...
1 month ago - Gurney Journey
Warhol a Lame Copier? The Judges Who Said So Are Sadly Mistaken
An appeals court ruled that Andy Warhol violated a photographer's copyright by appropriating her image for a silk-screen he did in 1984. Our critic disagrees.
1 month ago - NY Times
The headlines of Artwork Mag
the only astronaut we can invite home !!
The Last Trip
we will all take this trip one day -
Estasi di Santa Teresa
Gian Lorenzo Bernini
Radio City Music Hall to Reopen to Maskless, Vaccinated Full Houses
The venue will welcome audiences back indoors June 19 for the Tribeca Festival's closing night.
Once upon a time in Hollywood, Chris Turnham
Road trip, Christopher Soukup
Life on the Tree House / LAAR
Yaxkukul, Yucatán, Mexico Project Year: 2019 Photographs: Tamara Uribe Photographs: Carlos Quintal Photographs: Diego Lizama Area: 2422 ft2
In ‘Phase Six,' Two Women Get to Work Saving the World From a Pandemic
Jim Shepard's new novel charts a global health crisis that results from two boys trespassing on a mining site in Greenland.
Japan's Favorite Camera Brand Isn't Canon, Nikon, or Sony, Survey Reveals
A new survey being conducted over in Japan has surprising results on what the most beloved camera brand is. While companies such as Canon, Nikon, and Sony may currently command...
Photographers to Follow on Instagram: May 16, 2021
Every day, the PetaPixel Instagram account is sharing excellent photography from our readers and those who inspire us. Here's a look at some of our recent favorite posts and...
Sharp's Leica-Branded Aquos R6 Phone Packs a Massive 1-Inch Sensor
Sharp has just announced the Aquos R6 smartphone with a large Leica-branded lens and huge 1-inch sensor, a first for a traditional handset manufacturer. The Verge reports that...
Microsoft is Adding Windows 10 HDR Support to Photoshop and Lightroom
In its latest development build , Microsoft has added support for HDR in Windows 10 which will unlock access to the full gamut of colors in HDR displays in creative and...
Mixing Healing and Strife, the Met Opera Sings Again
The company's continuing labor tensions hovered over two consoling concerts featuring its orchestra and chorus.