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Larry Clark

Leather Banner from The Spike, c. 1984, Leather and metal rivets, Courtesy of ClampArt, New York City
Exhibition Announcements   |   Elena Martinique

The latest exhibition at ClampArt dives deep into a little-known history at the intersection of the sexual underground and popular culture.

Luiz Risi - Smack Mouse FI
Collectors' Tip, Top Lists   |   Andrey V.

Hoping to break down the myth that art is reserved only for those with a sizable bank account, we've assembled a list of great artworks available for under USD1000.

Philippe Chancel, Untitled 1982, from Rebel_s Paris, Melanie Rio Fluency France
Photography, Exhibition Announcements   |   Elena Martinique

The latest exhibition at the Barbican will explore the photographic medium’s continuing fascination and engagement with those on the margins of society.

Donald Moffett - He Kills Me, 1987
Exhibition Announcements   |   Elena Martinique

Examining the complex history of protest, The Whitney looks at how artists from the 1940s to present confronted political and social issues of the day.

Ryan McGinley - The Kids Are Alright, via provokr com
Photography, New Media   |   Widewalls Editorial

During the 20th century, youth culture has managed to produce new visual expressions, but also serve as an inspiration for generations of artist.

Supreme Bruce Lee Skateboard Deck, 2013, via
The World of Editions, Graffiti & Street Art   |   Elena Martinique

Supreme Skateboard decks have become pieces of contemporary art, with an impressive list of artist collaborations and their unique visual identity and attitude.

Larry Clark

Three years before making his cult movie Kids in 1995, Tulsa born director Larry Clark began documenting people and his friends, which later continued by photographing atmosphere on the set, cast and everyone he was interacting with during that period. ...