Games serve as curious records of 19th-century British beliefs and prejudices, reflecting the attitudes of a growing empire towards its own society as well as towards those beyond its borders.
Most of the feedback you get in art school is helpful, but not all of it.
The difference between two high-profile silver collections now on view is that Tiffany’s tips its hat to Pop Art with a Warholian inflection, while New York Silver: Then and Now mines history to produce something totally original.
On Weaving offers a model for how to write in a way that incorporates theoretical examination alongside practical content; in it Anni Albers provides valuable — and often overlooked — thoughts on art and creative work.
An exhibition at Participant Inc. gathers the sometimes fantastical, sometimes caustic visual art of the punk icon.
Pollock by Fabrice Melquiot is in many ways just another paean to the ‘heroic male painter.’
This year’s Olympic medals design takes its inspiration from the Korean alphabet, as well as from traditional clothing and architecture.
The work features 24 photo portraits of people who have recently been imprisoned in Spain.
Exhibitions, events, and a forthcoming graphic novel help Kamau Ware chronicle the remarkable black histories of Lower Manhattan.
A performance workshop residency of artists from the Bay Area, US red/swing States, and Russia.
An unnamed Chinese official wants the perpetrator to be punished — and says the museum should pay for failing to protect priceless artifacts.
In Juneau, Alaska, a vaguely Japanese-inspired outfit — featuring silks, dragon scales, and a model in geisha make-up — sparked controversy.