The intersections between visual art, music and fashion are longstanding, but in recent years more musicians have taken to partnering with visual artists, exposing both their and the visual artists’ fan bases to a new ways to experience both. As any art collector or artists knows, cross-exposure to new experiences and mediums is crucial for one’s creativity, appreciation of art and general freshness of perspective.
Consider how you might receive your favorite visual artist’s work taken while immersed in an iconic record. Imagine appreciating a famous score had it been playing while you were bathed in the light of James Turrell’s 2013 Aten Reign installation at the Guggenheim. Head over to ArtNews to check out how rapper Future and painter David Garibaldi collaborated for Future’s recent TriBeCa album release party.