This week, the role of the artist in the age of Trump, LACMA’s stalled fundraising, Kurt Vonnegut on making a living as a writer, trans lives and cancel culture, and more.
Gillian granted her students permission to be in love with the unpopular and unfashionable, to persist in spite of circumstance, to retreat if necessary, and to be boundlessly passionate.
Leonardo’s “Virgin” meets virtual reality — simpleminded in the extreme.
Images by Kameelah Janan Rasheed and an exhibition curated by Sol Camacho avoided trendy visuals or themes at EXPO Chicago.
“I’m strongly drawn to saintly artists. I mean people who believe that each brushstroke will save the world or will represent the suffering of humanity in the face of a sheep.”
The Pleasure Principle at Maccarone wavers between issues of women’s representation and those of pornography and art, without fully committing to either.
Nancy Princenthal’s Unspeakable Acts delves into the links between violence and silence, art and terror, and how pioneering women made them into art.
Rose Marasco consciously deconstructs the word “photography” in her montages and photos of diaries.
Since 2016, Olivia Marciano has served as the Foundation’s Artistic Director and is today a board member at the arts nonprofit LAXART. Former employees are demanding she speak up.
What price can we put on the wonder of childhood?
The comprehensive retrospective Moments of Grace at the Museum of the Moving Image demonstrates the director’s idiosyncratic techniques for depicting the cosmic.
Located in Asheville, North Carolina, this first-of-its-kind destination will expand the center’s reach and enhance its efforts in building a future for craft.