Resurfacing a little known part of the artist’s oeuvre, a new text from Fulgur Press demonstrates that occultism was thoroughly knit into the fabric of Carrington’s life.
The Fool becomes the Grad Student. The Magician becomes the President. The High Priestess becomes the Archivist.
Fellow artists and friends Angel Garcia and Samantha Rehark together developed a project that dovetails tarot and tattoos based on a natural, conceptual similarity between the two practices: the act of trust.
The deck was originally created for the 1970s James Bond film Live and Let Die, starring Roger Moore and Jane Seymour, but it never appeared in the picture.
Puerto Rican artist Jo Cosme made a deck of tarot cards documenting the pain, decimation, and lack of support post-Maria.
The third edition of the omnivorous BombPop!Up series of workshops and performances takes over the National Academy of Design.
The results of a paternity test carried out after the artist’s remains were exhumed in July show that María Pilar Abel Martínez is not his daughter.
The contribution of Structures for Life is its ability to move beyond Saint Phalle’s most acclaimed works.
The Black School talks to Hyperallergic about the role of radical Black education and the “Black art world,” in a special interview that comes on the heels of their residency and exhibition at New York’s New Museum.
Introduced in Mesopotamia some 2,500 years ago, astrology continues to fascinate poets, writers, and artists.
In 1909, Pamela Colman Smith collaborated with occultist A. E. Waite on the most popular tarot deck of the 20th century.
Volta was hot, sticky, and crowded. Independent might make you swoon. One visitor calls Art on Paper “more real.”