Denver artist Anne McGraw hand paints water color maps of cities using Google Maps. We chat with her about her process, Denver urbanism, and architectural background.
We met up with British artist Amar Stewart in Bushwick to chat about his inspiration, the New York vs. London art scene, and his upcoming show in San Francisco.
NYC based artist Amar Stewart paints famous NYC rappers as Dutch royalty for his show at Cotton Candy Machine, an NYC art boutique in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Image via Wikimedia Commons from Google Art Project One of the iconic paintings of the Impressionist movement, A Sunday on
Untapped Cities' sat down with Ghost of a Dream's to learn about the thought process behind documenting society's hopes and dreams.
Follow Van Gogh's footsteps through the city of Arles, where he hoped to create a utopian art colony with Gauguin, and painted some of his most famous scenes.
The most renowned event of its kind in the world - the 26th edition of the Biennale des Antiquaires in Paris is an assembly of the most eminent dealers of fine arts, archaeological treasures, jewels, furniture, and other such luxurious and collectible items.
Tired of long lines at the Louvre? Read the Untapped guide to former artist studios turned museums where you can learn the artist's life story and see his collected works.
Joy Wai Gallery's current exhibition continues to explore the themes of identity and self-expression that began in the Carmina Figurata showcase.
Excluded from Bolivia's museums and arts institutions, young artists are banding together to form collectives where they can share and promote their (sometimes controversial) artwork.