This week, the beautiful new Green New Deal video, Edward Gorey’s life as art, a really bad review of DC’s Tintoretto exhibition, a David Lynch cameo, and more.
Eilish’s debut album is an exercise in comic horror.
If you have any interest in the wild array of people who defined the West Coast bohemian world, you must read Tosh Berman’s Tosh: Growing Up in Wallace Berman’s World.
Is amusement now considered taboo?
Protesters were challenged by disgruntled museumgoers, youth organizers performed a Dabka, and activists gave impassioned speeches about Whitney vice chair Warren Kanders’s association with Palestine through weapons companies.
An exhibition of rarely seen, ancient art explores the complex ideas and rich expressions of Japan’s indigenous religion.
Rockburne insists that her work has a mathematical basis, yet her most moving creations are those least tethered to a methodical, rational approach.
Mucha’s reflective sculptures ensure that while looking at one work, viewers are aware of others and our presence among them.
We philosophers love to argue, and so when I say that Thierry de Duve offers a lot to argue with, I mean that as sincere high praise.
The program will fund initiatives through the CMA’s network of 2,600 museums and cultural institutions.
The open archive provides public access to information about artists and their artworks dating back to the biennial’s first edition in 1932.
She was an artist who believed in progress, in the evolution of humanity.