Black Resistance According to Angela Davis and Tschabalala Self
A radical communion of painting and writing, Art on the Frontline reckons with the leftist political potential of Black visual and expressive culture.
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.
David Bailly’s Puzzle of a Painting
The longer I looked at Bailly’s “Vanitas Still Life with Portrait of a Young Painter” the more puzzled I became by it.
What’s Broken Heals Better
Max Hooper Schneider’s Falling Angels at François Ghebaly evokes both ecological destruction and resurrection, decay and regeneration.
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.
Art History’s Most Controversial Nudes
The nude figure as a subject has been a battleground issue for as long as it’s been a staple of fine art.
Four NYC Open Studios to Visit in June
Across the boroughs, artists are opening their studios for some much-needed creative collaboration as the summer vibes ramp up.
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.