#New York

Women Artists

How Louise Nevelson Constructed Her Sculptures and Her Past

Born in Pereiaslav, today’s Ukraine, Louise Nevelson (1899-1988) is recognized as one of America’s most innovative sculptors. Her most famous...

Magda Michalska 9 May 2022

Review

Mulyana: Fragile Ecologies and Crocheted Ecosystems

In the last few months, SAPAR Contemporary in New York displayed the exhibition Mulyana: Fragile Ecologies. It featured some of the most interesting...

Arianna Richetti 2 May 2022

Fashion

Met Gala: Best of Art and Fashion Moments

You only need type “Fashion” into the search bar on DailyArt Magazine and you will be met with numerous articles on the topic ranging...

Rachel Witte 2 May 2022

Design

Art Deco Design and Architecture in New York and Around the World

Art Deco is a global style of design that first appeared in Europe before World War I and flourished internationally in the 1920s and 1930s. The...

Guest Profile 28 April 2022

Theater & Cinema

The Art in Friends TV Series

Who doesn’t love Friends? Without a doubt, it is one of the most watched and most loved TV series in history. We all know about this group of...

Errika Gerakiti 18 April 2022

Video

Watch Andy Warhol Eating a Hamburger

The film Andy Warhol Eating a Hamburger was created by Danish filmmaker Jorgen Leth, appearing in his art movie 66 Scenes from America which was...

Zuzanna Stańska 15 April 2022

Artist Stories

A Strange Story About Andy Warhol and Plastic Surgeries

Andy Warhol’s love affair with plastic surgery is no secret. He was known for having said: “I love Los Angeles. I love Hollywood.

Zuzanna Stańska 15 April 2022

Pop art

Andy Warhol: Religious Artist for a Secular Society

When I first saw a photo of Andy Warhol he was in a wig and wearing lipstick, I thought what an interesting woman. And he was of course one of the...

Marina Kochetkova 15 April 2022

South American Art

Diego Rivera: The Controversial Story of Man at the Crossroads

At the suggestion of his mother, Nelson Rockefeller commissioned Diego Rivera, a passionate Mexican socialist artist, to paint the mural that was...

Ruxi Rusu 13 April 2022

Medieval Art

The Unicorn Tapestries – Allegory of Christ, or a Happy Husband?

The Unicorn Tapestries are a set of medieval tapestries depicting the hunt for a unicorn. They’re probably the most famous tapestries ever, and...

Alexandra Kiely 9 April 2022

Faith Ringgold, American People Series #20: Die, 1967. Review

American Icon – Faith Ringgold at the New Museum

Faith Ringgold is an artist, educator, storyteller, activist, mother, and the subject of a major retrospective at the New Museum in New York City.

Jennifer S. Musawwir 4 April 2022

Spellbound by Marcel cover Review

Spellbound by Marcel, But Not Really About Him

Ruth Branden’s Spellbound by Marcel: Duchamp, Love, and Art (New York: Pegasus Books, Ltd., 2022) is a new book about the New York City-based...

Alexandra Kiely 21 March 2022