This week, the imaginary skyscraper at the center of a new summer blockbuster, missing Picassos, a designer of the #TrumpBaby blimp, Chinese millennials are calling themselves ‘Spiritually Finnish,’ and more.
Clipping photos and phrases from army recruitment magazines, Theodore A. Harris began his decades-long critique of the relationship between militarism and capitalism.
An Asian playing the part of a hero was inconceivable to Hollywood producers.
William Tillyer’s five-part painting “The Golden Striker” (2018), based on a landscape by John Constable, affirms that the possibilities of light cannot be exhausted.
With their awkward syntax and frequent misspellings, the president’s tweets aren’t too far from the language of spam.
Kusama’s installation connects with a broad reach of Rockaway’s history, as well as the impact of climate change on the area.
Jonas Mekas has called Auder a “voyeur par excellence.”
Presenting contemporary garments alongside Byzantine and Medieval artworks underlines the visual differences between the two genres of objects.
There’s lots of queer performance in New York this month, including the Corkscrew Theater Festival, the Trans Theatre Festival, the Fresh Fruits Festival, and the HOT! Festival.
In this two-person exhibition, Shiferaw and Melake meet one another in a space of genuine conversation.
Approximately 200,000 protesters — and at least one plump balloon — are expected at rallies to protest President Donald Trump’s trip to the UK.
Less than a day after rescuing trapped schoolboys and their coach from a flooded cave, Thai officials have plans to turn the whole ordeal into a museum to boost tourism in the region.