IdeasCity Bronx, which was intended to feature a series of discussion panels and activities on climate change, was disrupted by activists and shut down.
This week, museums as agents of generational equity, duck gifs, sequel to Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale, a chilling commercial against gun violence in schools, and a prosperous African in colonial Virginia.
1000 gecs by 100 gecs should leave you feeling vaguely targeted and mocked.
At what point does an image become objectionable?
LeWitt’s bookmaking fits squarely within his commitment to order and seriality, revealing his overall practice as a total work of art.
The artist Judy Ann MacMillan examines changes in her understanding of herself, the world, and painting against the backdrop of Jamaica’s challenging emergence as a modern, independent nation.
The future of art fairs in Southeast Asia looked uncertain after the abrupt cancellation of Art Stage Singapore earlier this year, but judging from Art Jakarta 2019, the big boom is on again.
Blake was received by his contemporaries as either extremely odd or completely mad or perhaps both.
The exhibition Wars at David Nolan evokes political and personal violence as facts of modern life.
If you’re making your way to Long Island City for the anticipated event, make sure not to miss these highlights.
The festival kicks off today with a new space, a more diverse staff, and a renewed focus on Bushwick’s community, organizers tell Hyperallergic.
The comic, reprinted from the forthcoming The Best American Comics 2019, is an unsettling look at the oil sands of Alberta, Canada.