For millennia, pearls have been treasured for their luminous sheen and range of hues and were first documented for their use as gemstones more than 4,000 years ago in China. Symbolic of luck, wisdom, and prosperity in cultures throughout the world, these organ... More »
Anna Sorokin, the notorious scammer who talked her way into high society as the “heiress” Anna Delvey, has been released from jail — under the condition she forgo social media, Bloomberg reported Wednesday. Sorokin, who assumed the invented identity of a Germ... More »
Attend the University of the Arts (UArts)’s virtual grad information session on October 26, 2022, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. EST. Meet program directors, current students, and faculty, and learn more about how you can advance your creativity at UArts.
MFA in Book Art... More »
France is hardly immune to the private museum phenomenon. In recent years, collectors have been opening spaces to showcase their treasures and share their interest in a certain area of art or their commitment to a cause. In May, Korean artist Lee Ufan opened a... More »
In 1983, Baldwin Lee took a road trip through the American South that blossomed into a seven-year project capturing images from Black Southern Americans’ everyday lives. The photographer’s angles and perspectives of landscapes, materials, and gathering spaces ... More »