DAMIEN HIRST

“You’ve got to believe that the greatest art that mankind has ever made is around the next corner.” Damien Hirst discusses his perspective on art with Sascha Nishikawa-Bailey.

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Artist Ben Wilson see possibility in littered pavement, adding beauty to the cities through which he travels by painting on chewing gum.

Sculptures by David Bailey

Photographer David Bailey shows his multidimensional artistry by sharing four sculptures he created at Pangolin Gallery.

PALOMA BAILEY

Humanity Guest Editor David Bailey introduces his daughter Paloma’s paintings, which are painted in oils and scored with emotion.

PAUL SCHIMMEL

Curator Paul Schimmel blends the institutional with the commercial and the historic with the current.

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BEN WILSON

Artist Ben Wilson see possibility in littered pavement, adding beauty to the cities through which he travels by painting on chewing gum.

Sculptures by David Bailey

Photographer David Bailey shows his multidimensional artistry by sharing four sculptures he created at Pangolin Gallery.

ANNUNCIATION SERIES

David Bailey shares a series of paintings that express the idea that it’s best to have fun, and simply paint any way you like.

SASCHA NISHIKAWA-BAILEY

David Bailey’s son Sascha Nischikawa-Bailey began representing artists at just 16 years old, and has grown to develop a unique perspective on the world of fine art.

DAMIEN HIRST

“You’ve got to believe that the greatest art that mankind has ever made is around the next corner.” Damien Hirst discusses his perspective on art with Sascha Nishikawa-Bailey.

Sally Wood by Ronnie Wood

The Rolling Stones’ Ronnie Wood paints his wife, Sally, in a mix of the Citizens of Humanity Fall 2017 collection.

PALOMA BAILEY

Humanity Guest Editor David Bailey introduces his daughter Paloma’s paintings, which are painted in oils and scored with emotion.

Miss Van

The Toulouse native and Barcelona resident-artist started to paint voluptuous poupées in the streets as a teen to define herself.

Risk

Risk pioneered Los Angeles graffiti, and has gone on to embody it over a career that has spanned nearly 30 years.