Across the country, arts organizations seeking relief funding from city agencies find their businesses ignored or poorly considered by local and national plans for recovery.
An exhibition of Native American artists points to the potential of technology when telling stories.
Protections ensuring equal access to the internet were repealed today by the Federal Communications Commission, ushering in an uncertain new era.
Winners of an open call contest for portraits of the 45th US president include a photo of a cheese slice draped over a doughnut and a painting of Trump piggy-backing on Putin.
Newly restructured as a triennial, Prospect 4 opened in New Orleans last weekend; despite technical challenges and an overly broad theme, it yielded some satisfying moments.
Chilean electronic-music composer Nicolas Jaar’s project feels like a cross between an art experience and solving a book of logic puzzles.
Finding a lot of forgettable work from renowned artists, and an unexpectedly happy encounter with a classic.
Other critics responded rapturously after the art star made her Instagram account public, but their nearly unanimous praise is misplaced.
Community is enough to make Google+ worth a whirl, but what exactly does the site provide for artists? Conversely, what is it missing? A few initial thoughts based on a week’s worth of use.