Australian-born artist CJ Hendry might now live in NYC, but she grew up in a country gun law reforms stopped a run of mass shootings and shootouts. After the Orlando shooting, she decided it was time for the US to take action too.
A new wave of young Ghanaian artists are questioning religious traditions and finding a voice, while at the same time making art on the street. This is Ghana, 2016.
Dave Ehrenreich’s documentary ‘Rhythm of Cruelty’ follows the Canadian band of the same name, duo and romantic partners Brandi Strauss and Ian Rowley.
A new generation of artists and explorers are turning away from over-stimulated and under-inspired urban lives to find a more fulfilling life outdoors.
Two decades after genocide, Rwanda has risen from the ashes. But what does the future hold for a nation scarred by a history of divide and rule?
Through a series of interactive performance pieces, art collective Dictaphone Group is fighting for the one thing Lebanon is lacking: public space.
Sandow Birk reimagines historical paintings with a contemporary political critique. His American illustrated Qu’ran project swims against rising Islamophobia.
Makeup artist and master of transformation Rolly Robinson shares his inspiring outlook on life and upliftment in short doc ‘More is More’.
GOUCH is a beautifully shot documentary about New York graffiti culture and one's man drive to leave a legacy within it. Huck spoke with filmmaker Raul Buitrago and graffiti writer Gouch about the challenges of writing graff history.
Short doc Marfa: This Must Be The Place chronicles the artistic renaissance blowing up in the middle of the West Texas desert.
Costa Mesa-based artist Wolfgang Bloch explains how he taps into a meditative state to create his sublime abstract paintings.
Artist Rubén Fuentes takes us on a poetic and philosophical journey through his creative process.