A first-ever biography of the pioneering British modernist charts the creative path of an intense and deeply sensitive painter.
The American researcher Jo Farb Hernández has led the charge to preserve fast-deteriorating, self-taught artists’ environments — before they’re gone.
Mischa Leinkauf’s images of subterranean urban worlds are formally arresting and packed with metaphorical meaning.
An exhibition showcases the graphically powerful work of Mary T. Smith — a self-taught artist from Mississippi — in a rare, in-depth survey.
With his Mona Lisa Earth Series, Naoto Nakagawa puts Leonardo’s mysteriously grinning subject through a ringer of styles and technical treatments in ambitious, complex images.
Now celebrating its 80th anniversary, Manhattan’s Galerie St. Etienne brings a scholarly approach to a uniquely diverse lineup.
Amer Kobaslija captures Florida’s lush, strange atmosphere while examining the expressive potential of oil paint’s luminous, elastic, viscous goo.
An exhibition of rarely seen, ancient art explores the complex ideas and rich expressions of Japan’s indigenous religion.
If some of Cahn’s images are unexpected or unsettling, it is because, quite simply, they are the expressions of a very self-aware woman’s unapologetic point of view.
An exhibition at Japan Society makes room in the modernist canon for the heady, playful ideas of free-thinking renegades.
An unlikely element of Lennon and Ono’s late-1960s peace campaign was an aural selfie, ahead of its time.
Decades in the making, the late poet Jonathan Williams’s photo-filled travelogue captures the creative spirit of a region.