Until 16 months ago, when Donald Trump said he was running for the Presidency, I never was a political person.
Most of the artists in Hyman’s book, the author claims, are generally excluded from most survey courses and textbooks. Their presence here offers a sharp rebuke to the narrowing of creative possibilities and the disparagement of painting as a vehicle for the expression of modern life and consciousness.
Kierkegaard has been a constant source of inspiration for the Cuban-born painter Enrique Martínez Celaya, one of a number of philosophers and writers whose work he has studied, absorbed, and responded to.
Diving into the American Folk Art Museum’s two new exhibitions, it’s quite likely that your head will spin — for all the right reasons — in the presence of some very potent expressions from two unsinkable human spirits.
In her project This Little Piggy, Elaine Tin Nyo is forcing an engagement with the wages of survival against the desire for pleasure, and our unwillingness to tease them apart.
Husband-and-wife artist duo Rotem Tamir and Omri Zin created a pair of elaborate contraptions to help them laboriously make balloons and ink inside the gallery.
The Rijksmuseum’s annual Rijksstudio Award invites anyone to create new work inspired by objects from its collection, and now the public can vote on the 10 finalists.
Christina Sharpe says the issue at the heart of the dispute over the Emmett Till painting is not representation so much as intimacy and our relationship to violence.
The artist’s new brand and derelict department store installation are full of tired, co-opted ideas.
The eighth edition of Migrating Forms, running March 24–30, includes works by General Idea, Cauleen Smith, Jonathas de Andrade, Sondra Perry, and others.
The Whitney Houston Biennial is back, showing the work of 167 women artists.
The exhibition African Print Fashion Now!, opening this Saturday, chronicles the history of African textiles, beginning with their 19th-century origins in West and Central Africa.