This award-season favorite got a little set-design help with featured replicas of works by Emory Douglas and Isamu Noguchi.
Spinning a tangled web on Amazon Prime, this binge worthy show features works Manolo Valdes, and Richard Texier and a mural come to life by iconic Mexican artist and activist Diego Rivera.
So Long But Not Goodbye
Say it ‘aint so! In 2018 living legend Paul Simon embarked on 'Homeward Bound, The Farewell Tour.’ While his best accessory on stage might be his guitar (and mic), we also love the show’s backdrop display which features a photograph of René Magritte and his wife. Here’s to you, Mr. Simon.
The heist is on! Though the ladies in the latest Ocean’s flick franchise are after some serious bling we were blinded by the amazing set-design that featured replicas of works by George Condo, Helen Frankenthaler, Jackson Pollock, Joel Shapiro, and Al Held.
Be Still, Be Very Still
American composer James Romig’s reverence for Abstract Expressionist Clyfford Still is so profound, it seems he went and named his latest album after him! Cover art on Romig’s album “Still” features the work “PH-1123,” by, you guessed it, Clifford Still.
On their album, ‘In Real Time,’ the dreamy sound of psychedelic indie rock band The Undercover Dream Lovers is visually complimented with an album cover that features “Sinéma, les anges sont avec toi," by French artist Martial Raysee. Play and display this limited edition vinyl today.
The remarkable true story of cosmetics titans Helena Rubinstein and Elizabeth Arden come alive in this funny and surprisingly touching play. Showcasing the dueling beauty mogul’s extensive art collections, the show features reproductions of works by Salvador Dalí, Raoul Dufy, Marie Laurencin, William Dobell, and Pablo Picasso.
“There is only one thing I fear in life, my friend… One day the black will swallow the red.” So said the artist Mark Rothko. But 50 years after his death the red hot spotlight still shines bright on him and his genius. Case in point, ‘Red,’ the Tony Award winning play about art and commerce.
The life of British-born Mexican artist Leonora Carrington and her encounter with the Chilean Jewish filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky are explored in Leonora & Alejandro: La Maga y el Maestro. The surrealist play is steeped in magic and examines the alchemical melding between great seers and their spiritual tug of war.
In this psychologically impactful film, teacher and her pet take a fieldtrip to the Museum of Modern Art in New York City and marvel at the legendary “Christina’s World,” by Andrew Wyeth.
Don't Hold Your Breath...
Sam Spiegel, Ceelo Green, Theophilus London & Alex Ebert team up for ‘To Whom It May Concern,’ Speigel’s single that features album cover art by British sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor. Buy it, listen to it, and enjoy it. Just don't try this at home!
"Crimes against Photography": Man Ray and the Rayograph
Man Ray began making photographs in the 1920s, in the midst of the Dada movement. Through an accident in the darkroom, he soon discovered a new means of creating photos without a camera. Meet the artist who committed “crimes against chemistry and photography,” as he described it, and produced some of the most memorable and iconic pictures of his time.
Video published by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
Ceci Un Album Cover!
For their single LP ‘Resin,’ alternative rockers The Sugarplastic flaunt their love of all thigs DADA with this album cover that features the iconic work, “Ceci n’est pas un pipe,” by René Magritte. Take a listen and buy your copy today.
Fact-based drama set during the 1967 Detroit riots in which a group of rogue police officers respond to a complaint with retribution rather than justice on their minds. The film opens with an animated depiction of the Great Migration—based on Jacob Lawrence's famous artworks.
Starring: John Boyega, Anthony Mackie & Algee Smith