David Henry Nobody Jr. at Spring Break Art Show
At the 2017 SPRING/ BREAK Art Show, artist David Henry Jr. created a culinary "tableau vivant," using his body and face as a canvas for exploratory food art.
Orbit at The Whitney
In February, The Whitney Museum of American Art presented Red In View (Orbit), a 10 day continuous performance art piece by artists MPA, Amapola Prada, and Elizabeth Marcus-Sonenberg.
The Process / web
A Factory That Builds Itself
Creators meets with Assemble, an award-winning design collective from London, who are building a unique kind of "Factory" for the launch of brand new creative space, A/D/O, in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
VICE Magazine Tech Issue: Multimedia Artists Revitalize Self Portraiture
Visit the studio of Jeremy Couillard, a multimedia artist who uses 3D-printed sculpture, painting, film, and video games to offer out-of-body journeys to the afterlife.
Flash Me: Tattoo Art Show
Creators editor Emerson Rosenthal gets a tattoo at the opening of Flash Me, a group show of flash tattoos by fine artists and illustrators held at Cooler Gallery in Brooklyn.
Creators Meets / web
Transcendence Through Comedy + Makeup | TCP Meets Miz Cracker
In Harlem, we visit drag performer Miz Cracker, who manages to make the subversion of gender and sexuality a truly entertaining and engaging endeavor.
Desus & Mero Do PULSE Contemporary Art Fair
The Creators Project's Emerson Rosenthal meets up with VICELAND stars Desus & Mero to show them around the PULSE Contemporary Art Fair at Art Basel Miami 2016.
The Smartphone is Absent | Perspectives, Esmeralda Kosmatopolous
Concluding our Perspectives series is conceptual artist Esmeralda Kosmatopoulos, who asks big questions about being human in a time of omnipresent technology.
The Art of the Makeover: Erica Prince
We get a firsthand experience inside Brooklyn-based multidisciplinary artist Erica Prince's Transformational Makeovers, which explore the aesthetic choices in creating personal identity.
Impossible Reality: Jean-Pierre Roy
Featured at Pulse's 2016 Contemporary Art Fair, we meet painter Jean-Pierre Roy, whose latest work is a convergence between high art aspirations and early visual memory.
Striking Scenes, Illuminated Brooklyn, and Wild Performances | Culture Beat Episode 7
We check in with filmmaker Sam Cannon, re-visit the time artist Duke Riley released thousands of pigeons strapped with LEDs and chat with choreographer Katherine Maxwell.
Creators Meets / web
A Fiery Attack on Gender Norms
We meet with personal trainer-turned-performance artist Cassils, who uses the body as a form of social sculpture, examining strength, violence, power, and vulnerability by testing the limits of endurance and empathy.