This week, a cartoonish Vegas wedding chapel, the ancient DNA trap, the first photo book, explaining “cultural mulatto,” and more.
Monáe’s Dirty Computer is an ambitious, politically outspoken, all-encompassing pop-R&B statement album.
The testimonies of Navjot Altaf and Judy Chicago speak to silence, as truth does to power.
A number of significant Venezuelan artists, whose work is focused on improvisational methods and art’s material nature, are virtually unknown in the US.
Where is my precious wall?
“There is an outer world of violent chaos, and an inside world that is the paradise of being an artist.”
Mayotte Magnus’s Illuminating Women features stage actors, novelists, artists, editors, and publishers whose breakthroughs coincided with the Feminist movement of the 1970s.
Siegel’s sculptures recall the great screen actors whose faces projected profound and precise shifts of feeling.
The work of arts providers has been put on hold as district and union leadership continue to negotiate around teacher demands for smaller class sizes, more support staff, less standardized testing, and higher pay.
Artist and curator Sithabile Mlotshwa says she founded Zimbabwe’s Bulawayo Biennial to contribute to the “great need” for platforms that represent African artists.
Most competitors this year chose their earliest acquisition or one of sentimental value.
Ron Amato’s exhibition Gay in Trumpland explores the dark fear many gay men are internalizing as President Trump and his inner circle remove rights and protections for LGBTQ individuals.