The unlikely collaboration between two of the 20th century’s iconic artists that took fifty years to complete.
A collection of paintings from a pre-Cramps Erick Lee Purkhiser that was sold off in 2009 by his estranged son.
The headline-grabbing ‘improvements’ to an Anna Leporskaya painting by a security guard are as valid a critique and reconstruction as anything from the mainstream art world.
A ‘carnival for the visual senses’ sounds just the thing to help us emerge from the monotone tedium of the Old Normal and into the Brave New World.
A steampunk fantasy of filmmaking, mystery and charm.
A series of spectacularly bad restorations by Spanish amateurs is creating a new art movement.
The only television interview with the writer, philosopher and transgressive artist.
David Lynch’s exploration of dreams, nightmares and the fears of fatherhood remains as startling an experience now as it ever was.
Two mysterious, magnificent, surreal and entrancing films by the Polish director.
Dark fantasies and metaphorical horrors from the master animator.
The counterculture midnight movie classics have a big screen revival.
The fearful mystery of David Lynch’s web series of nightmare images.