Firmly grounded in the fundamentals of the Abstract Expressionist tradition, Briggs’ active involvement in the development of the scene has had lasting influence on successive generations.
From a memorial to AIDS to a performance of bird songs, these artists’ interventions will take advantage of the museum’s unique architectural setting.
In this show, photography offers a rich understanding of a diverse, divided, by turns confident and anxious United States bent on territorial and economic expansion from the 1840s to the 1860s.
The level of dedication required to see all nine films in her solo exhibition feels both deserved and important, since her films have largely been critically and commercially overlooked.
Fueled by the whimsy and lightness of balloons, the artists of Inflatable have infused their creations with a technology, scale, and creative complexity that expands our vision of what contemporary art can look like.
Observe how an artist moves between materials, from sculpey to ceramic and paint, to playfully touch on the ways color can test the limits of beauty and ugliness.
As a “prequel” look at the Beales, That Summer makes for a fascinating contrast between the icons they have been turned into and the people they were before then.
The 2018 edition of the Itinerant Performance Art Festival features works that imagine alternatives to conventional, binary identities and categories.
The reclusive Pop and hard-edge artist died at his home in Maine this past Saturday.
Can a single photograph symbolize a momentous geopolitical power shift? Perhaps.
Graduate student work across 16 disciplines to be featured in showcase of hundreds of RISD artists and designers.
In their paintings, sculptures, drawings, and installations, the students of the august art school demonstrate their fluency with formalism and, in a couple of instances, their interest in avian imagery.