If someone showed you who they were, would you look? What might you learn from looking?
In her first solo US exhibition, Argentinian artist Fernanda Laguna invites us into her world, allowing us to see through her eyes with her writing, painting, community work, and activism. She is many different artists — pulling from many disciplines — and she is one of those artists who have a cult following in their home country, but is still under-recognized around the world.
Laguna’s point of view parallels the American context, being concerned with familiar issues of inequality, community, appropriation, and feminism. Yet, through a highly personal style, she offers us a unique reality: a collection of thoughts, feelings, and experiences drawn from a specific culture, time, and place. Through her perspective, we see a world familiar, yet wholly unique; personal, but nearly universal.
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There is nothing extraordinary about Murphy’s subjects and yet there is something inexplicably disturbing about her paintings and drawings.
This exhibition in Great Falls, Montana addresses the concept of intention in contemporary fiber art and its complex relationship with the history of women’s art as craft.
Participatory photography aims to counter the pitfalls of photography as an exploitative or voyeuristic medium.
This week, a Frank Stella is installed as a public artwork in NYC, the women behind some iconic buildings, looting Cambodia, fighting anti-boycott laws, and more.
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An Original Copy of US Constitution Sells for $43.2 Million, Becoming Most Expensive Document Ever Sold
MoMA board member Ken Griffin went well over asking for the document, beating out cryptocurrency enthusiasts who crowdfunded to purchase it.
The painting by David Allan has been acquired by the National Galleries of Scotland.
In this exhibition, curated by Patrick Flores and presented by Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Paiwan artist Sakuliu reflects on interspecies co-sharing and coexistence.
Westfall stays true to his love of planar geometry, while finding ways to undermine all traces of predictability and stability.
Hogarth and his contemporaries agreed that human life was a stinking and dirty business once you had skimmed the froth off the top.
Nothing like saying Happy Thanksgiving with a postcard of a turkey with a knife and fork sticking out of it.