The Cabinet of the Solar Plexus and GalleryX are pleased to present this landmark exhibition of international esoteric and arcane art, curated by Dolorosa de la Cruz
One of the principle elements in classic children storytelling, such as Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland or The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, is to throw order into chaos. Childhood is not only a…
I had the privilege of speaking with occult scholar and author Pam Grossman recently about art and the mystery of magick. Needless to say it was a damn good time. Check out her work!
The dichotomy between machine and a sentient being has especially been examined by artists since Mary Shelley’s Romantic novel Frankenstein envisioned scientific technology having the power to resurrect life.
Destinesia There is a realm that is known to artists. It is a realm where night is luminous. Where forgetting is powerful. A place where all must lose their way— Destiny +…
I learned in the groundbreaking film, “What the Bleep Do We Know?”, that when a person experiences a “eureka” moment, the pleasure centers in that person’s brain flare and the hypothalamus sends a rush of neuropeptides through the bloodstream.
This is a fact: My name is Eric Chance Killion golden. This is where C.K. Golden comes from. This is a fact: I tried to kill myself for the first time when…
In 2009, he returned to the US after an 18 month apprenticeship with the painter Odd Nerdrum in Iceland, Norway, and Paris. Molesky’s work has been featured in numerous museum exhibitions including:…
High Priest of the Church of Satan has curated an exhibition of artwork entitled “The Devils Reign” for Stephen Romano Gallery in Bushwick.
While most would agree there is a vast difference between mindless scrawl and a beautiful or thought-provoking piece of artwork, contradictory attitudes are regularly displayed towards the platform.
Over 20 artists were asked to create new work with only four weeks notice when curator Stephen Romano came up with the idea to do an exhibition of reliquaries dedicated to communing with Bowie on the other side.
Freemasons, Odd Fellows, and other fraternal organizations rooted in fellowship comprise one of the largest social and benevolent movements in early American history.
A paracosm is a detailed imaginary world created inside one’s mind. This fantasy world may involve humans, animals, and things that exist in reality; or it may also contain entities that are entirely imaginary, alien, and otherworldly.
The London street artist Pegasus recently made headlines for his David Bowie tribute mural in London. Now the artist is at it again with a brand new controversial piece located on the wall of the Hen and Chicken pub in Bristol.
There is beauty on display at the newly renovated Renwick Gallery, in Washington, D.C. So much ravishing beauty, in fact, museum-goers are taken aback. We are just not used to it, are we?
Looking to inspire young pioneers in the fields of science and math, these posters are an artistic rendering of a future that could include the most exotic of travel destinations.
Orange County Museum of Art recently hosted a special preview screening of Dark Progressivism, a documentary film directed by Rodrigo Ribera d’Ebre and produced by James J. Yi. Dark Progressivism is actually…