Pot-heads at the Royal Ontario Museum tweeted out a series of ceramics to celebrate Canada’s Legalization Day.
Other researchers have similarly claimed that other famous painters like Rembrandt and Edgar Degas had the same condition. This study, curiously, uses Salvator Mundi for analysis.
The Animation is Film Festival in Hollywood showcases what’s exciting about the medium.
What is at stake in using Joseph Beuys’s theory of “social sculpture” to recast the mission of the curator and the arts institution to take on the role of the artist?
Izdihar Afyouni investigates the ethical and psychological implications of racial and genetic profiling by subverting the process of accumulating race-differentiated data.
Banksy II: Electric Boogaloo: “In rehearsals it worked every time.”
Artists document, imagine, and investigate how the testing sites of Nevada and New Mexico scar our soil and harass romantic images of the American West.
This week, artist studios in California, Massachusetts, and New York.
The pilot program employs art to relieve a variety of physical and mental illnesses.
Two new exhibitions now open at the Institute for Contemporary Art in Richmond, VA.
The personal essays in this luminous anthology, published by Which Witch LA, pair the interiors of the sanitarium’s rooms with the inner lives of women.
After making millions off her paintings, abstract expressionist Agnes Martin became a secret and substantial benefactor to a range of causes in New Mexico. Here, photographs of the late artist’s philanthropic projects are made public for the first time.