In a world delighted and entertained by displays of material excess, Diane Simpson shows that there is another possibility.
Through the medium of paint, Nowinski seeks to connect the inner and outer states of her subjects.
Thomas Nozkowski believed that each person’s experience of the everyday was fundamentally unique and set out to honor that in his work.
Daisy Youngblood is a portrait sculptor whose themes include the embracing of one’s mortality.
I cannot think of another American artist who went as far as Guston did without a safety net.
By reinventing the traditional bokashi technique, Hamanaka reminds us that nothing is dead, even when many proclaim otherwise.
From European detective dramas to art documentaries, Yau reflects on some highlights from a year inside.
Serge Poliakoff: Gouaches 1938-1969 furthers the case for Poliakoff’s importance and continuing relevance to abstract painting.
One thing seems pretty clear about both groups: they separated themselves from mainstream culture, including the art world. This is practically unheard of today.
In her art, Goodman seems to both revisit trauma and heal it. The results are moving and painful.
In his debut novel, Tom Lin underscores the invisibility of the Chinese to white Americans in late 19th-century United States.
Monica Ong is a 21st-century visual poet who extends the reader’s sense of what is possible.