After artists featured in a Chimento Contemporary exhibition engaged with protesters outside, their show was pressured to shut down.
This year’s zinesters brought some of the most playful, provocative, and interesting items on display, and here are some notable picks.
Because images of the West were created after 1848, we have few visual references to the region during its Mexican era. One artist wants to correct that art historical schism.
Artist and librarian OlaRonke Akinmowo has collected over 1,000 books written by Black women to assemble the interactive biblio installation.
Who has the time to sit down and eat? Visitors to the Great American Beer Festival bake their own pretzels and make stylish food pendants.
From its earliest stages, the memorial site has been plagued with islamophobic conspiracy theories about its design. “The Tower of Voices” is no different.
A small exhibition of Wallace Berman’s Verifax collages and photographs from the mid- to late-1960s operates like music in establishing a theme and exploring it through several variations.
Before established a certain cause of death for the Baroque painter, scientists first had to find his body.
The center’s inaugural forum will take place October 4-5 at the New School Tishman Auditorium.
With the Trump administration balking on plans to put the abolitionist on the $20 bill, Dano Wall took matters into his own hands.
The Los Angeles-based design studio Use All Five has expanded its Artifax project, which uses original artwork as letterheads for messages to local representatives.
An obviously keen eye and dry sense of humor is behind this throng of carved skulls decorated with precious stones, skeletons, amulets, rosaries, and engravings from Europe and Asia.