There's plenty of art-related reasons to make a trip to the Big Apple. It's got the Guggenheim, the Met, and MoMA. And the City That Never Sleeps now is home to the king of latte-art portraiture, Mike Breach. See also: - The Coffee Chop Kicks Off Coffee Class Series at Crepe Bar in Tempe - Coffee ... More >>
Campbell's Soup has created a new strategy to get you to buy their 115-year-old tomato soup. In honor of the 50th anniversary of Andy Warhol's iconic "32 Campbell's Soup Cans," which made its debut in 1962 and currently hangs at the MoMA in New York, Campbell's has teamed up with the Andy Warhol Fou ... More >>
In this week's issue of Phoenix New Times, we profiled 10 new(ish) bands we expect to dominate Phoenix iPods and boomboxes this long, hot summer. We'll be focusing more deeply on those artists over the next couple of days on Up on the Sun. See the entire list: 10 Phoenix Bands You Should Be Listeni ... More >>
Hey, downtown. For once, focus on this guys art and not his character.
You know how little boys make fun of girls for having dolls, and then go and play with "action figures" themselves? A similar thing happened with the now famous KidRobot Munny figure, a cute, bulbous little vinyl doll that comes totally naked. (Remove head from gutter. It's blank so artists ... More >>
Courtesy of Michael LittleThe Navajo Astronaut by Michael LittleI blogged this morning and I really don't want to over-Arty-Girl you so I'll keep this brief...Since you've all, no doubt, committed every single piece of my writing to memory, the name Michael Little should ring some bells.I wrote a st ... More >>
I really thought that this week, I'd surely blog a bunch about Art Detour.Turns out, Robrt Pela and Wynter Holden did all the dirty work for me. At this point, I feel I'd just be beating a dead horse. And I prefer not to be around dead things...just a personal choice.While I highly encourage you to ... More >>
Lisa Sette gets lucky
The "topical pop" creations of a bass-playing adventurer
Even perverts need a Guide
Impressive fest proves Peter Bart wrong
Something new under the sun
A thing of beauty, a joy forever, etc.
If you paint it, they will come. Then what?
Bill Jay photographs photographers - and gets a word in edgewise
Traveling exhibit stops at Phoenix Art Museum
Rainbows Festival brightens Heritage Square Park
Aspiring artist paints his own reality
At the Scottsdale Athletic Club's Eurasia Bistro, you can get your water plain -- or with a twist
The panoramic photographs of Andreas Gursky give everyone a look at the big picture
Icky Flix DVD (The Cryptic Corporation)
Can a city-funded museum afford to explore the riskier edges of contemporary art? The West's Most Western Town is about to find out.
Domestic Insurrection-Control Intelligence Dossier