LGBTQ Pride Month is now. Every day in June, we are celebrating the community by featuring one queer and letting them speak for themselves.
Hamilton’s immersive installation allows visitors to wrestle with a mysterious land, its racial realities, and its mythic past.
The artist’s Death Is Elsewhere conveys an understanding that humans — relatively recent additions to a 4.5-billion-year-old planet — will come and go. The planet will remain.
Freeman transmutes a recollection into a color-based relationship between abstract forms.
Strau’s collage-paintings merge the word and the light, while positing the shared slipperiness of language and faith.
Some exciting things to stream right now include “The IMAX of the 1890s,” a video essay on My Own Private Idaho, and “How Silent Films Invented the Soundtrack.”
Here’s what I learned from an intimate studio visit where these artists showed me their process, vision, and the goals fueling their work.
Joel Potrykus’s new film Relaxer is at once his smallest — following a single protagonist isolated in his apartment for the entire runtime — and his most visionary.
New Waves at the Mosaic Rooms illustrates how Melehi’s painted waves spread across Morocco to create a cultural scene that celebrated tradition.
The Library After Hours: Pride event is happening on Friday, June 21, 2019 at 7pm.
A new book chronicles the decade-long run of Weirdo, an oddball magazine founded by the comix world’s enfant terrible.
In the documentary Meeting Gorbachev, Herzog finds nostalgia for a lost past.