In The Trials of the Golden Rat, Patrick Duegaw recasts Hercule’s feats as the troubling behavior of a powerful man, reframing his targets through the guise of powerful women standing up for themselves.
Curators, scholars, artists, and designers reflect on the labor and experience of motherhood in the new essay collection Inappropriate Bodies.
Monikahouse gives permission and creates room to reflect on the mental space and emotional energy that questions of reproduction take up in women’s lives.
An exhibition at the Wende Museum explores the art and culture of socialist-era Hungary and offers a chance to consider relationships beteween art and politics during the Cold War.
In this show, photography offers a rich understanding of a diverse, divided, by turns confident and anxious United States bent on territorial and economic expansion from the 1840s to the 1860s.
Some artists seem to negate any attempt at communication with the viewer, and pass on the inconvenient responsibility of generating some coherent meaning to curators.