Residents and visitors to the historic Old Quebec can now enjoy a public artworks show through Passages Insolites (Unusual Passages). Now on its fifth year, the event is created by EXMURO with the support of the City of Quebec. Continue reading “Passages Insolites”
Before he became an artist that was featured in international galleries and museums, Basquiat practiced his art through graffiti so it’s only fitting that one of his most famous works adorn another icon of street culture, the skateboard. Continue reading “Jean Michel Basquiat: Skateboard Triptych Skull”
Artist Marco Iannicelli explores the ideas of “modernity and trends” with his piece A Maze, a gaming console that uses the classic ancient material of marble to build his own version of a gaming console. Continue reading “A Maze by Marco Iannicelli”
Towering almost four stories high out of one of Bruges’ main canals, the Skyscraper (The Bruges Whale), is a project by Brooklyn-based architecture and design firm STUDIOKCA for the Bruges Triennial. Skyscraper was just one of the 14 other installations that was accepted for the art and architecture festival which centered on the theme of “liquid city.” Continue reading “Skyscraper (The Bruges Whale) by STUDIOKCA”
The movie Black Panther was a big success and shows how far Hollywood has progressed in terms of portraying blacks on films. The Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture recognizes the achievement of the film and now owns several objects from the movie including the costume worn by Chadwick Boseman and a script signed by director Ryan Coogler and producer Kevin Feige. The museum is mulling plans for a permanent display of the objects from the film.