His lush paintings make you feel Romanticism in your guts.
In Strange Girls, the mixed-media artist pokes fun at twisted gender dynamics through visual puns.
Artists are struggling with what it means to be a New Yorker in 2018.
In What It Means to Write About Art, famous critics put into print parts of their story they’ve never revealed to the public before.
The dragon pops up as a recurring motif in Gaudí’s famous works, and this is no coincidence.
We’re not the first, or last, to live in dark times, but artists are continuously finding new ways to cope with these everyday realities through art.
Hirosuke Yabe’s wooden sculptures jive with the jagged, accentuate accidents, and roll with the rough.
For the first documentary ever made about Beuys, director Andres Veiel dug into the archives, creating a film that is 95% footage of the artist.
David McDermott and Peter McGough have built a shrine to Wilde in the basement of a church in Greenwich Village.
A new stage adaptation of Bolaño’s 1993 novel Distant Star juxtaposes the lofty aspirations and dire realities of poets living through Chile’s 1973 coup.
At Flux Factory in Queens, Tongue Tide treats other languages as treasure chests of unique expressions.
An exhibition at the Princeton University Art Museum showcases the vessels of the so-called Berlin Painter, highlighting the oft-overlooked comedy in Greek ceramics.