A Curious Herbal, the first modern edition of Elizabeth Blackwell’s 18th-century botanical guide, grants her the recognition that she has long deserved.
Summoning Memories features artists of Chinese descent who negotiate the long legacy of Chinese calligraphy and ink painting through alternative approaches.
Nearly 50 years after Setsuko Mitsuhashi’s early death, her legacy lives on and in the hearts of anyone who sees her art.
Whether she’s depicting herself or something else, the act of making a picture clearly brought Yuki Ogura a sense of completion and even joy.
A new exhibition and forthcoming book honor the overlooked 20th-century female artist.
Alys Tomlinson traveled between Sardinia, Sicily, and the islands of the Venetian lagoon to document traditional community festivals.
Stephen L. Starkman’s moving book about his encounter with mortality leaves a place for perseverance and hope.
A group show of women artists at The Contemporary Austin addresses the weight and urgency of the current political moment.
The pathbreaking artist recounts milestones in her life through letters she wrote to her mother.
A new book presents nearly 100 previously unseen photos from the artist’s influential, once-controversial body of work.
The Dallas Museum of Art’s retrospective of the artist is an opportunity to reframe the conversation about Wong and his work.
An exhibition at the University of Texas at Austin offers an alternative view of the nation through the lens of contemporary artists.