“No line on the Horizon”According to the band, the photograph was taken by Japanese artist Hiroshi Sugimoto and represents “an image of the sea meeting the sky.” There’s also an equals sign, but it doesn’t actually obscure the horizon, thus No Line on the Horizon.This is the first time U2 haven’t appeared on their own album cover since 1993’s Zooropa.
New U2 Album Cover from Hiroshi Sugimoto
Art For Change partners with Planned Parenthood of Greater NY
ART FOR CHANGE, a leading art platform for the socially conscious collector, is pleased to announce three upcoming releases from artists Arghavan Khosravi, Hein Koh, and Maggie Ellis benefiting Planned Parenthood Greater New York (PPGNY).
Frieze Reveals Film & Talks program for Frieze Seoul
Today, Frieze revealed programming details for the launch of Frieze Seoul, on 2nd – 5th September 2022 at COEX in […]
GRIMM now represents Brooklyn-based painter Anthony Cudahy.
GRIMM has announced the representation of Brooklyn-based painter Anthony Cudahy. GRIMM’s representation and work on behalf of the artist will […]
The Top 5 Art Installation Exhibitions to see in London this Summer
Art in a church, underground and lighting up the darkness.
- The Top 5 Art Exhibitions to see in London right now Lasers, sculpture, bargains, sci-fi and meditation.
- The Top 5 Museum Exhibitions to see in London in June Sculpture, photography, beauty and bling.
- Damien Hirst Leonardo Di Caprio spin painting portrait sells for £1million plus at auction A portrait of Leonardo DiCaprio painted by artist Damien Hirst based on his spin paintings has sold for more than £1m
- 5, 6 maybe 7 things to see at London Gallery Weekend. London Gallery Weekend kicks off tomorrow with over 150 galleries (Ahhhhhh!!!!) and over 400 artists according to Hector Campbell over…