This week, the newly selected Theodore Roosevelt President Library design, Cuties outrage, philanthropy’s difficult relationship to social justice, climate migration in the US, and more.
Swift’s latest, Folklore, really is about being a sad rich person stuck at home.
Murray came of age at a time when brutal circumstances coincided with buoyant Modernity.
Georg Baselitz reflects on his own aging hands through the prism of all the art he has seen.
Implicit throughout the artist’s latest show is the tension between the feeling of failure and the struggle to be recognized and taken seriously, rather than erased.
With his recent works, Mangold underscores a consciousness of mortality that he meets with a gracefulness that is breathtaking.
Given his red-dominated palette, I don’t think it is implausible to suggest that one of Frank Holliday’s subjects is conflagration — a world consumed by fire.
As the country entered lockdown, an urgent need to stay hopeful and inspired through the crisis emerged.
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Set in the aftermath of a Super Bowl victory, Ben Passmore’s Sports is Hell spotlights human folly, displaying the US at its worst and most ridiculous.
The Art Museum Futures Fund will award between $600,000 to $5.5 million to 12 mid-sized institutions across the nation, including the Brooklyn Museum and El Museo del Barrio.
The Brooklyn Rail, Burnaway, and Arts.Black are among the publications supported by the award.