Richter is undoubtedly an impressive painter, one who exhibits a mastery of practice but confusion of tone. His latest retrospective, Painting After All, doesn’t quite connect the dots.
Lavishly decorated in the Victorian style, Lucy the Elephant is a relic of novelty architecture on the Jersey Shore. To celebrate her 138th birthday, Airbnb will offer a three-night-stay in the quirky abode.
As leftist politics integrate into the mainstream, artists spread the word and agitate for change.
Donald Trump’s embarrassingly lo-res tweet of an American flag encapsulates how Iranians have been dominating the social media game during the recent tensions.
The ongoing movement immortalizes its actions and demands through crowdsourced imagery.
Betelhem Makonnen and Stephanie Concepcion Ramirez trace the influence of neo-colonialism on immigrants from the Global South, merging their personal journeys into a collective experience.
snake skin is a corporeal study of the body politic, in which Khan wields the tools of cultural autopsy in her dissections of ancient ruins and traditions.
The artist, born Corinne Michelle West, is among the forgotten women of the postwar era, who rarely adhered to one style.
Evo Morales made the Wiphala one of the country’s two official flags in 2009. Now, forces that have taken over Bolivia desecrate the emblem, while the resistance waves it proudly.
The recent uprising in Chile is full of references to the beloved Negro Matapacos, who accompanied protesters for many years. As his legend spreads, so too do images of the good boy.
In Paper Borders artists Emma Nishimura and Tahir Carl Karmali articulate the experience of displacement using delicate materials crafted by hand.
Part of the movement’s second generation, the artists embraced personal sentiment in their references to nature and popular culture, resulting in abstractions that are simultaneously experiential and devotional.