In Transit, the late documentarian Albert Maysles’s final film, was completed after he died in March 2015 and focuses on the journeys of passengers at various stages of life.
The new play Faust 3: The Turd Coming, or The Fart of the Deal is a gloves-off attack on Donald Trump — though it never mentions him by name.
If we all have to remove paper products — including books — from our carry-on bags, will it lead to new scrutiny of what we’re reading?
A judge in Madrid has ruled that the artist’s body must be exhumed in order to carry out a paternity test.
Visitors can experience the MFA in Visual Art summer residency July 24-27.
Artist Neil Mendoza has endowed a goldfish with the power to “smash people stuff,” reversing the typically anthropocentric dynamics of marine power relations.
I Love Dick is a show about how women are discouraged from having ideas and what happens when one woman lets her fantasies drive her art.
The first renderings of the luxury development show its logo in wildstyle lettering and graffiti-inspired wall art in stairwells and lounges.
Beyond the Canvas: Contemporary Art from Puerto Rico features an intergenerational group of five artists wrestling with the history and materiality of painting.
Ferrero recently partnered with advertising agency Ogilvy & Mather Italia to present Nutella Unica, an algorithm that created a series of unique labels for almost every Nutella jar in Italy.
This week, Warhol’s first self-portrait goes to auction, Sam Durant speaks about “Scaffold,” India’s problem with architectural preservation, Zadie Smith on black pain, the six people who created “Silence = Death,” and more.
“Which came first, the intestine or the tapeworm?”