Printmaking, especially screen printing, has been a key tool for Chicanos to communicate who they are and what they care about since the 1960s.
Hutson’s textured work honors and challenges his city across mediums in a long overdue exhibition.
By the time of his death in 1992, at age 49, Luigi Ghirri had taken some 2,000 pictures in Puglia, most of which have never been seen publicly.
A new biography looks at the largely forgotten architect who executed more than 700 building projects in California, including the Hearst Castle.
Medellín’s first museum retrospective is a thoughtful tribute to his lifelong pursuit of craft and sincere search for connection.
New York hasn’t just housed generations of artists; it’s also been their muse.
A new book on the artist features selections from Saint Phalle’s prints, doodles, letters, and diaries, arranged in roughly chronological order.
The newly unveiled 60-foot-wide, 140-foot-long steel and glass building is an exemplar of Mies’s signature understated but innovative style.
Did you know Maurizio Cattelan has worked as a morgue assistant, or that Annie Leibovitz created an album cover for Cyndi Lauper?
Early on, Kamoda’s exhibitions were met with crowds who lined up around the block to see his elegant, elusive works.
Fuchs’s quiet paintings and ceramics pay tribute to the small, private objects that accompany us through life and ultimately anchor us in time.
Architectural drawings were limited to mostly monochrome in Europe until color appeared in the 17th century.