In a new book, Phaidon considers the unexpected and deliberate connections between 500 of our most recognizable images.
In his works, which are all performative to varying degrees, Mentrup tests our psychological limits.
On April 28 and 29, the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s current artists-in-residence will welcome the public to their studios at 28 Liberty Street.
The exuberant and enigmatic artists at the International Festival of Performance Art in Fort-de-France either approached performance as physical labor or abstract ritual.
The Feminist Art Project’s annual “Crossroads” conference was a day of panels and performances centering queer, female, and Indigenous experiences.
Researchers at University College London studied the scents of old books to better understand how to identify and protect “heritage smells.”
A biographical film about the Finnish adman and expert draughtsman who made exquisite drawings of explicit gay erotic encounters is playing at the Tribeca Film Festival.
On April 30, the Cinefamily is presenting a selection of Mary Ellen Bute’s films in which vibrant shapes dance across the screen to soundtracks by classical composers.
Playing at Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Art of the Real series, This Is the Way I Like It II is a playful, entangled follow-up to Ignacio Agüero’s 1985 film.
On the website of Quebec’s Musée de la Civilisation, facial recognition software will match your visage with a 2,000-year-old work of art.
I find that crossing the narthex of a cathedral is like starting a great book: You simply aren’t in your home world anymore.
An exhibition at the Musée Bourdelle showcases some 60 pieces designed by Cristóbal Balenciaga, highlighting his sculptural manipulations of black fabric.