The self-taught artist, who carved gravestones for a living, is finally receiving institutional recognition.
At the Minnesota State Fair, some crop artists promoted timely political messages with corn, quinoa, and flax seeds.
Hayley DeRoche, creator of the viral “Sad Beige Werner Herzog” project, said the Eye Filmmuseum did not contact her about selling shirts based on her work.
The restored Eldridge Street Synagogue has made it possible for neighbors and visitors from diverse cultures to find themselves at home.
The City of Brotherly Love has a lot to offer this summer with shows by Terence Nance, Heather Ujiie, Henry Taylor, and much more.
Catherine Legrand’s Patchwork: A World Tour is an important step towards finally giving this art form the appreciation it deserves.
The pomp and pageantry of King Charles’s coronation follows the playbook of authoritarian theatrics.
Ryan Bock appropriates fascist visual motifs to warn viewers against rising authoritarianism and worsening social injustices in the United States.
The artist’s playful paintings of medieval women saints fighting monsters and dragons have a Jewish angle.
“My art is about the people we carry with us,” she told Hyperallergic.
Artist Nicki Green sees the traditional bathing ritual as a site where trans and nonbinary people can embrace their gender identity.
Glass artist Jeremy Grant-Levine channels Jewish folk tradition through “Rabbi Bongs” and weed-smoking pipes.