I Love Dick is a show about how women are discouraged from having ideas and what happens when one woman lets her fantasies drive her art.
The first renderings of the luxury development show its logo in wildstyle lettering and graffiti-inspired wall art in stairwells and lounges.
Beyond the Canvas: Contemporary Art from Puerto Rico features an intergenerational group of five artists wrestling with the history and materiality of painting.
Ferrero recently partnered with advertising agency Ogilvy & Mather Italia to present Nutella Unica, an algorithm that created a series of unique labels for almost every Nutella jar in Italy.
This week, Warhol’s first self-portrait goes to auction, Sam Durant speaks about “Scaffold,” India’s problem with architectural preservation, Zadie Smith on black pain, the six people who created “Silence = Death,” and more.
“Which came first, the intestine or the tapeworm?”
Peter Shear is working through every form of abstraction, figuring out what paint can do.
He resists institutional notions of what an abstract painting can be.
What good can political art do?
An exhibition sheds new light on the Chicago recluse’s most provocative images.
New albums by four indie-rock bands recycle and repurpose decades-old sounds, sometimes striking out and sometimes succeeding.
Two group shows make the case that, even at its most innocuous, water still poses hidden dangers.