The US Presidential election cycle has become a hotbed of coded memes and imagery.Continue Reading →
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Marc Jacobs committed the most blatant act of cultural appropriation at this month’s New York Fashion Week.Continue Reading →
This week, CATS in the London tube, Shriver’s cultural appropriation heard around the world, Clinton’s white supremacy explainer, normalizing Trump, Gawken, and more.Continue Reading →
“History is only the pattern of silken slippers descending the stairs to the thunder of hobnailed boots climbing upward from below.”Continue Reading →
CLEVELAND — Shingle by shingle, a crew of workers began the three-day process of taking apart the gazebo at the Cudell Recreation Center where sixth grader Tamir Rice was shot and killed by police within two seconds of their arrival.Continue Reading →
We’ve become accustomed to the usual art institution social media feeds that remind us of artist birthdays, collection highlights, upcoming events, and the other static in our art-filled lives. OK, that’s harsh, but you know what I mean.Continue Reading →
This week, the US flag and Black protest art, walking into a rainbow, Obama’s cold shoulder to the arts, a first look at the collection of the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art, and more.Continue Reading →
“Extremism in the pursuit of the Presidency is an unpardonable vice. Moderation in the affairs of the nation is the highest virtue.”Continue Reading →
First you see red. Red halts the traffic. An undulant corpus of red women crosses the Bowery and flows toward the New Museum, breaks into an arc and then a circleContinue Reading →
This week, the dawn of the Anthropocene, the true story of Bob Ross, Stuart Davis, Grangerizing, the future of “the American dream,” the Dismal Swamp, and much more.Continue Reading →