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.
The trend’s throwback to Dada offers a warning about the crisis of men’s mental health and the rise of the far right.
Artist Jayson Musson guides a potty-mouthed, weed-obsessed bunny named Ollie through his version of art history.
Treating Kanye West’s latest statements as exceptional, rather than a routine expression of the everyday reality of white supremacy, is only making the problem worse.
As protests rage across the country following the death of Mahsa (Zhina) Amini, Iranian and Kurdish artists are creating work in support of freedom.
The artist’s Freshwater installation at Philadelphia Contemporary features a living, breathing fountain, mussels and all.
Social media persona Sad Beige Werner Herzog presents a seemingly endless array of sniffling tots stuffed into gray, brown, and tan knits.
Aaron Bendich draws from his massive collection of Yiddish records to share an hour of otherwise hidden music on his radio show Borscht Beat. Recently, he also launched an independent Yiddish record label.
Artist Zsuzsa Ujj carries the tradition of handcrafted Hungarian ceremonial Jewish artwork to the 21st century.
Brazilian American artist Jônatas Chimen Dias DaSilva-Benayon explores his complex family history in irreverent, heavily researched work.
Anna Kronick is one of very few Judaic paper cutters practicing today, with a highly contemporary body of work that breathes new life into the sacred tradition.