Opening March 16 at the Brooklyn Museum, 'Keith Haring: 1978–1982' is the "first large-scale exhibition to explore the early career of one of the best-known American artists of the 20th century."
With the new exhibit 'THE BOX THAT ROCKS: 30 Years of Video Music Box and the Rise of Hip Hop Music & Culture,' visitors can examine the pioneering show’s "historic contribution to urban music and culture."
JR is currently hitting Los Angeles, pasting his massive photographs around the city as part of "The Wrinkles of the City" project that he began last year.
Santigold's new album cover features Kehinde Wiley art and the singer in various get-ups—from b-girl equestrian to dead-eye Don to twin ride-or-die glamazons.
Artist David Palmer has created a unique way of honoring famous folks killed by fatal bullets. In this series, he painstakingly uses a hand torch to fuse together casings to create portraits of some of America's most iconic faces.
Eve Arnold shot some amazing images of Marilyn Monroe and Malcolm X. She died this month at 99; her "In America" series remains among her most moving batch of images.
Shepard Fairey is the artist behind TIME's "Person Of The Year" cover. But there was another option by James Victore too. Which design would you have chosen?