The Siren: Victoria “Little Boots” Hesketh The Sound: Synthpop, nu-disco, deep house, electro house… mercurial melange of old and new The Scene: East Angelean echoes, deep bass, dark clothes, dim lighting, disco flying, summer swelter, low-key shelter, electronic dance shows, less wubba wubba, more water cooler… minimalist staging, maximalist sound, in a way that pulls … Continue reading East Angelean Echoes and Transatlantic Tempos… Little Boots’ Working Girl Promo Tour, Live at The Echo
As an artist, music journalist, and all around connoisseur of sound, Rob Milton is always here for honoring the creatives who have helped shape his style and sound in his own words.
WE ARE MORTALS® is an evolutionary gender-free urban streetwear brand. We call ourselves MORTALS because we are the ones who understand the brevity of human life and the need to live it fully and limitlessly. We also believe that as MORTALS, we’re all equal. That is why we created our brand around this idea of … Continue reading Mood Ring: We Are Mortals
“Queer Icons,” is a beautifully done multimedia photography project by Mexican-American artist Gabriel García Román.
The Big Ass News, shares primarily international stories from respected outlets like the BBC, CNN, The New York Times, The Guardian and more and users have to literally click Kim’s butt to read the story.
So-Cal bred, Brooklyn based singer-songwriter Geminelle speaks this universal language of self-discovery.
Sage Guillory is a transformative artist from Atlanta, GA. As a child, Guillory doodled on everything he could get his hands on. While other kids were heavily focused in school, he was not. His drawings allowed for him to escape his reality. Over the years he has developed a distinct style of art, which stems … Continue reading Meet Post POPcalyptic Artist Sage Guillory
Asia… Asia, Asia: Asia. Is a very real thing. And reality will deal. In increasing measure. Well into the forseeable future. Asia is a Hollywood Renaissance. Black, Female, French, Bulldog. Serving for the stars. Slaying for life. Sitting sideways. Shading moonlight. Asia didn’t sign up for this, but — as a wise man once said: … Continue reading Serving With Slaysia, Ep. 4
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The enormous body of Picasso’s work remains, and the legend lives on—a tribute to the vitality of the “disquieting” Spaniard with the “sombre…piercing” eyes who superstitiously believed that work would keep him alive. For nearly 80 of his 91 years Picasso devoted himself to an artistic production that contributed significantly to and paralleled the whole … Continue reading The Enormous Body of Picasso’s Work Remains & the Legend Lives on
Christopher Lucania is a young, passionate, self-taught artist who works primarily with mixed media on canvas. His work is void of personal meaning, rather he focuses on the emotional contrast of victory, redemption, and hope despite tragedy, judgement, and ultimate annihilation.
The lights are dimmed and the mood sustained by the persistent grey of a Brooklyn sky; A short-lived drizzle creeps slyly down the whitewashed windows, peering inside upon a half robed woman. Her Ink smudged fingers return to the photograph whose accidental stain of yesterday morning’s coffee leaves aromatic pleasantries adrift in the air. The … Continue reading The Cold and Sexy Life of Blaise Allysen Kearsley
Curron Kal El Gajadhar has always had a very anthropological perspective of life, often resonating with the identity of an astronaut, alien, landlocked surfer or a weary, reincarnated, old soul. Corinne Stevie sits down the artist to talk about art, inspiration and the search for god, meaning and relativity in our modern times. Art … Continue reading The Aspernaut, Curron Kal El Gajadhar On Art & His Angels
Timothy Hutto is an artist who mainly works with photography. Through the study of sign processes, signification and communication Hutto touches overlapping themes of pragmatism and code through rubbish theory and composition. Reoccurring subject matter can be recognized, such as mass-produced objects and their relationship with popular culture and media, working with recontextualization, the process … Continue reading Timothy Hutto’s Manifesto
Waverly Place Art Gallery held it’s first exhibition “Downtown Trash,” featuring the iconic photography of Christopher Makos and the collage works of Jean Patrick Icart-Pierre and Kendrick Daye. The show runs through Dec 7.
ICYMI, Alternative is the new Mainstream. This weekend defined culture for thousands of Bad Kids channeling Bad Brains, dancing proudly on the Fringe of the Fringe, with more style than a runway. #because Punk ain’t dead, it moved to Brooklyn. Afropunk in 60 seconds or less. photography by Brenten Williams
Editorial by Que Duong for Art Nouveau Magazine. Styling by Veronica Cheri, Makeup by Kisha Williams & Ashley Merritt Illustration by Rob Crump.
What does an American look like? It depends on who you ask. The Con Artist Collective shares its take on this nation’s populace with “American Identity 1.0”, a collection of portraits of American people. These portraits range from the traditional to the avant-garde and each gives a small slice of contemporary American humanity. They explore … Continue reading “American Identity” 1.0 at Con Artist Collective
Photographer: Nikita Gale Model: sam (HOP Models) Stylist: Danniel Nicole (Love, Danniel) Make Up: Tonisha Cameron (Technikohler Make Up Artistr) Hair: Lindsey Wiseman (Salon Modello)
Photographer by Jonas Hoejgaard Art direction and styling by Francis Urrutia Illustrations by Florian wowretzko Hair and makeup by Madision MIlls Modeling by Lilah P at Muse (uk).
Last Friday evening, Art Nouveau Magazine celebrated five years of pushing the visual envelope and promoting independent artistic endeavors with the opening of our POPtimism exhibition at Betti Ono Gallery in Oakland, CA. The show, which was curated by Art Nouveau editor GREATeclectic, featured work by Hugh Leeman, TONE, Third Eye True, Tonia Beglari, and … Continue reading “POPtimism” at Betti Ono Gallery