host gallery

Maeve’s other big costume moment in the season finale is what I call the “rogues gallery” of hosts trying to escape. Westworld’s costume designer Ane Crabtree told me that this is Thandie Newton’s favorite Maeve costume.

“We’ve seen her with absolutely no costume on – which is kind of a costume in and of itself – and as the madam and as someone on the frontier, but what I loved about the end is that her favorite costume was herself in these kind of black uniform trousers and a lab coat and she said she looked in the mirror, and she said ‘Oh my god! This is empowering; this is like being a fucking Black Panther.

My work finna be there <3 { Glitch Art is Dead: Minneapolis // an exhibition uniting the international digital art community curated and organized by Aleksandra Pieńkosz (Krakow), Zoe Stawska (Warsaw) and Miles Taylor (Minneapolis)

An international artistic project which started in Krakow, Poland in 2015, Glitch Art is Dead kicked off at Teatr Barakah with an exhibit of 30 artists and a day of workshops. Hosted by Gamut Gallery, the 2017 Minneapolis installment will feature an exhibition of more than 90 artists from around the world running March 11th - 31st; a three-day weekend of Glitch Art workshops March 17th -19th; and a “Noise Night” exhibit finale on March 31st with performances curated by Alex Kmett.


4,000 Houses for 4,000 Followers: No. 78:

Palazzo Grassi, Venice, Italy. 

This 18th century palazzo is now a contemporary art gallery, hosting major global events. 


Introducing the National Gallery of Victoria’s ‘Australian Collection’.
This set of 42 artworks are a small collection of the fabulous art which the NGV has to offer, and are just a few favourites of mine.

The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is the oldest and most visited gallery in Australia.  Situated over two magnificent buildings, the Gallery hosts a wide range of international and local artists, exhibitions, programs and events; from contemporary art to major international historic exhibitions, fashion and design, architecture, sound and dance.

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EMERGENT creates an escape from the normative branch library,  moving beyond it with a  communicative  and continuous architecture.

 Located in the Ironbound District in Newark, New Jersey, the proposed library can be seen as  an  abstract continuation of the landscape of Independence Park.  Cylindrical columns  rise around visitors like a forest,  bringing  into question  the relationship between nature  and architecture, information and knowledge.

The below grade communal space features a  four-story  public space looking up into the canopy of programmatic library spaces,  where planes of wood and crisscrossing steel columns create a warm and comforting  invitation to move up through the library’s collection. Wrapped around the layer of white steel columns, the art gallery  will host art from the diverse local arts community of Newark and beyond..

The staggered facades on the upper levels create  zones  for lounging and study along the perimeter of the library floors. Composed of exterior and interior  channel glass and the crisscrossing structural columns, the interior facade continues the emergent effect for visitors through its translucent glow during the day and subtly textured surface at night while providing a glowing exterior to the community in the evening.

EMERGENT proposes  a luminous continuum of space for learning and growing for the  entire Ironbound community.

Tonight kicks off the @CoreyHelfordGallery 10th Anniversary Exhibition!🎉🎊🎈😁 The gallery is hosting over 100 American and International artists for this show - and I’m one of them!!😍❤️ “Little Bird” is part of the exhibition and she is available for purchase through the gallery!😁👛 The opening runs tonight from 7-11pm.😘💋 But the #exhibition will be open until September 24th!🎨 So if you’re in #LosAngeles make sure you check out this show!🎊 You can see Little Bird up close and personal and see all the other amazing artists they will be showing!!😻✨ Don’t miss out!😘 #camilladerrico #popsurrealism #poppainting #popmanga #sun #coreyhelfordgallery #exhibition #tenthannibersaryexhibition #art #artwork #artists #americanartists #internationalartists #tenyears #galleryshow #coreyhelford #tears #gallery #manga #anime #bird #redbreastedbird #lace #ribbon

I have seen this on plenty of occassions, but it’s gotten really bad for one artist I really look up to and respect. I’m not going to name the artist because that would just cause drama, and that’s what this is about. If I could draw, or new any artists just getting into their trade, I would tell them to avoid tumblr like the plague. Tumblr has shown itself time and again to be a drama magnet that can easily dwarf facebook. So many artists I see on here, mlp or not, get tons of flak and hate for what they draw, or even what they say. I am not surprised people on tumblr have talked about commiting suicide, or quit and never come back, because the bad people on this site far outnumber the good. This is not a site for people to just jump into. Sites like deviantart, or other hosted gallery sites would be far better for artists to show their work, if nothing else because people cannot be anons and no one can attack them without revealing who they are. Likewise, there are people who can openly defend them on other sites. Tumblr is becoming a place I hate to visit, because despite all the wonderful and gifted people on here, there is hate and drama dragging them down and making them doubt what great people they are. The worst part is I honestly don’t know what could be done to fix this, since these people are simply taking advantage of what tumblr is. The only way this would ever change would be if the people on here actually started caring for each other, and the sad truth is, because it’s the internet, that will probably never happen. Nonetheless, while I don’t know of a way to stop all the drama and Hate, I at least wish people would start trying to help take care of one another. The people who draw and put up all these wonderful pictures here should be praised for their work, not beat down and hated on.

Dame Vivienne Westwood and Sadie Frost - London Underground hosts gallery of A list Celebrities in call to save the Arctic in London. From Monday 13 July, this extraordinary collection of 60 iconic celebrities wearing Vivienne Westwood’s Save the Arctic t-shirt, captured by award-winning photographer Andy Gotts MBE is presented together for the first time.

Tom took part in this shoot, so keep a lookout for him and take a picture if you see his portrait!