This week, Warhol’s first self-portrait goes to auction, Sam Durant speaks about “Scaffold,” India’s problem with architectural preservation, Zadie Smith on black pain, the six people who created “Silence = Death,” and more.
“Which came first, the intestine or the tapeworm?”
Peter Shear is working through every form of abstraction, figuring out what paint can do.
He resists institutional notions of what an abstract painting can be.
What good can political art do?
An exhibition sheds new light on the Chicago recluse’s most provocative images.
New albums by four indie-rock bands recycle and repurpose decades-old sounds, sometimes striking out and sometimes succeeding.
Two group shows make the case that, even at its most innocuous, water still poses hidden dangers.
What if Abstract Expressionism never happened?
Under Rep. Nydia Velázquez’s new bill, arts workers who provide services to seniors, children, or adolescents would qualify for $10,000 of student loan forgiveness.
The Film Society of Lincoln Center is presenting A Vision of Resistance: Peter Nestler , the first large retrospective dedicated to the filmmaker in the US.
At a screening of his work at the New Museum, the artist failed to acknowledge the privilege that lets him reduce violence to an aesthetic form.