Programmer Jamie Zawinski has created a digital rendering of the infinite, hexagonal library that is the subject and setting of Jorge Luis Borges’s short story “The Library of Babel.”
For the 100th anniversary of the Department of Drawings and Prints, the Metropolitan Museum of Art is selecting a different work to highlight each week.
Today, Spain’s national art museum opened its first solo exhibition devoted to a female artist ever.
At Jack Shainman Gallery’s The School, a show of four artists explores how our memories of a place can shift radically after war.
LOS ANGELES — This week, LA’s newest museum, the Main Museum, has a soft opening, museums along Grand Ave. open their doors for free, a Día de los Muertos celebration kicks off in Grand Park, and more.
A performance artist dressed as a tree went for a walk in Portland, Maine, and the police had something to say about it.
For his most monumental painting, Théodore Géricault borrowed corpses from morgues and asylums to capture the ghastly horror of the 1816 Medusa shipwreck.
In the “anthropocenic crapitalistic global implosion,” care is a part of the uproar.
Carrie Mae Weems has brought the play’s undying themes to new life with her work Past Tense, which combines song, text, reading, and projected video.
Syrian artist Tammam Azzam’s “Statue of (Rubble) Liberty” has gone viral, but, as with most things online, it’s not exactly what it seems.
The highly influential conceptual artist Mel Bochner recapitulates his 50-year dalliance with the English thesaurus.
There is something spooky for every culture vulture in the city this week.