David Opdyke appears to understand why they say the road to hell is paved with good intentions.
When the sun sets, things get interesting.
Introducing the latest dog grooming trend and harbinger of nothing good.
Ilya Kabakov’s essays allow for a close look at the artist’s nonconformist path as an artist in the USSR and the USA.
The art fair, which runs concurrent with the Armory Show, decided that staging an exhibition under the current circumstances would irreparably damage its brand.
The Argentine theater director and filmmaker Lola Arias reflects on her practice of creating work that provides the space to reflect on social or philosophical problems.
Inserting contemporary work throughout Toronto’s encyclopedic museum is a way to surprise regulars and tell new stories.
Brooklyn drag artist Untitled Queen performance on February 17 extracted the earnest out of art.
Student work will be on view at Temple University in Philadelphia through April 13. The series of exhibitions will showcase a “spirit of collaboration and a hunger to transcend boundaries.”
This week, artist studios in Belgium, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Quebec.
A Book of Staves by artist Jesse Bransford features painted charms inspired by Icelandic magic.
Also, Ai Weiwei’s contribution to the film Berlin, I Love You was pulled, an ivory trader has been sentenced to 15 years in prison, and more.