What does the internet’s most popular Artificial Intelligence chatbot have to say about Anadol’s AI-based artwork?
This week, more inclusive crayons, categorizing female muses as artists, Tiktok-fueled “secret menus,” Bernie walks into a TikTok, and much more.
This week, a new portrait of André Breton, the problem with painted shadows, the story of a misidentified 19th-century potter, and more.
This week, feline cinematography, two writers on Salman Rushdie, your guide to Valentine’s Day cards, and what happened to the documentary industry?
This week, AP Style Twitter goes wild, the “enshittification” of TikTok, and did people actually come flooding back to New York City after COVID?
Your list of must-see, fun, insightful, and very New York art events this month, including Ed Ruscha, Nina Katchadourian, Luis Camnitzer, Martha Edelheit, and more.
This week, blonde hair supremacy, Salman Rushdie’s new novel, and why do boutique shops all look the same?
This week, new chatbots will write your essays, psychedelics and climate activism, architectural media’s obsession with “house porn,” and much more.
This week, aliens might be closer than we thought, the Orange County Museum of Art is not ok, Harvard is a mess, how casteism is hurting representation in the sciences, and much more.
This week, the National Library of France gets an upgrade, finding the enslavers at the US Capitol, the beauty of MetroCards, headsets that kill, a fed-up librarian, and much more.
This week, a mysterious portrait of Joan Didion, considering Carolee Schneemann, privatizing libraries, Dalit discrimination, the “great internet grievance war,” and more.
This week, a rise in nuclear fusion, the downfall of the “COVID billionaire,” holiday string lights with a twist, and how many people would actually return a lost wallet?