Wong spent 30 years in the film industry, though racial attitudes of the time kept his contributions unacknowledged until the 21st century.
Tamaki talks about her latest book, Boundless, working solo, and how she’s found support in the comics community.
Maudie, directed by Aisling Walsh, offers a complex portrait of a woman who resided on the literal edges of society and had no formal training, but lived and breathed her painting.
This week in art news: the 12th-century Grand Al-Nuri Mosque was destroyed in Mosul, Leonardo DiCaprio handed over Picasso and Basquiat paintings implicated in the 1Malaysia Development Berhad fund scandal, and an anonymous artist painted bathing suits on Antony Gormley’s beach figures.
Lucy Sparrow’s 8 ’till late sold all the items you’d expect from a convenience store — only each one was hand cut, stitched, and painted.
A massive group exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit was basically drawn from junk, and so it remains.
Old sketchbooks conjure up memories of the past that resonate today.
The Neo-Domesticity Performance Art Festival features 35 endurance performances happening over the course of four days.
This program aims to supply students with the tools to become engaging and effective community leaders that harness artistic practice to improve lives in their local communities.
Printed Matter’s exhibit Sally Alatalo: Narrative in Revision includes experimental magazines, printed ephemera, and newer digital works.
Over 75 Nazi artifacts were discovered hidden behind a bookcase in a suburban Buenos Aires home.
On June 24, Warhol Icon kicks off the museum’s Summer Happenings series with multimedia performances evoking the Velvet Underground singer and artist.