“Mecca is in a constant cycle of construction and deconstruction — it’s as if change is the only constant.”
With a nod to Heinz Edelmann and Milton Glaser, Néjib illustrates a couple of formative years in the life of David Bowie.
A century after the emergence of Dada, Mickalene Thomas and Racquel Chevremont’s curated section is all about political collage.
Drawing inspiration from Christian symbolism and Ghanaian culture, Adjaye’s new cathedral will serve as a venue for both religious and secular gatherings, including state-sponsored celebrations.
While the Frida Kahlo Corporation sanctioned the doll, the artist’s great-niece isn’t happy with the appearance of the toy.
In the truly Lynchian game, the director gives you instructions like, “place your ‘Left Ring Finger’ in the undulating bug next to your keyboard.”
Complete with marble floors, mosaics, and frescoes, the Hadrian-era house was found nearly 40 feet beneath the Amba Aradam station.
Like Warhol’s own work, Als’s characterizations appear one-dimensional at first sight, but on closer observation, they take on a much more profound meaning.
Mindy Alper, who has struggled with mental illness her whole life, uses drawing and papier-mâché sculpture for both therapy and communication.
Spoiler alert: Cage lost … twice.
Missing for almost 60 years, the painting was found severely damaged in a Louvre storage facility.
Simone Seagle transforms iconic works by artists like Paul Klee and Claude Monet into interactive animations.