We Tried Photoshop’s New AI Tool on Art, With Mixed Results
The “Generative Fill” function lets you extend any image background and make other modifications, but even robots need art history lessons.
US Cities Declare May 31 “Ellsworth Kelly Day”
Austin and New York are observing what would have been the artist’s 100th birthday as centennial exhibitions pop up across the US and Europe.
Flowers on a River: The Art of Chinese Flower-and-Bird Painting, 1368–1911
Over 100 masterworks by 59 artists spanning the Ming and Qing dynasties are on view at China Institute Gallery in New York.
Taylor Swift’s Most Fabulous Outfits Go on View in NYC
At New York’s Museum of Art and Design, Taylor Swift: Storyteller features dresses, guitars, and props from the singer’s nearly two-decade-long career.
Wangechi Mutu’s Corporeal Archaeology
In Mutu’s artistic universe, the human body, particularly the female or femme form, is a container for many possibilities.
Asian American Art, Inside and Outside the Museum
Join the New-York Historical Society on June 9 for a virtual conversation about Asian American art with Aleesa Pitchamarn Alexander, Abby Chen, and Melissa Ho.
Can Artists Channel the Force of Water?
Going with the Flow explores the role of water in the Southwest amid the 23-year drought, but neglects the ongoing tug of war due to water mandates and drought.
When a Coin is Worth a Thousand Histories
Around the World in 80 Coins at Vienna’s Kunsthistorisches Museum tells the stories of ancient gods, queens, and everyone in between.
Our Place: to the moon and back on a rocketship from Rome
Tom Osgood’s final sculptures accompany design objects by his daughter Ravenna that celebrate domestic joys. On view at form & concept in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Five Enchanting Art Bookstores in NYC
Whether you’re looking to beef up your catalogue collection or discover small affordable zines, these bookstores have offerings for everyone.
Will Drag Performances Get Banned in Your State?
Here’s a list of states considering legislation that would criminalize or limit the work of drag artists.
I saw her exhibition in Santa Fe this past winter and it was a stunner! I enjoyed the biographic detail of this article, but the illustrated “comics” depiction and text left me frustrated and deprives those new to Pelton’s work the simultaneous experience of seeing actual images of her, her colleagues and geographic locations, and her remarkable work. Plus, there are occasional typos like “John Martin” instead of John Marin; “Raymond” instead of Raymond Jonson.
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