A conversation with the trans artist Emmett Ramstad explores how public bathrooms are contested spaces emblematic of how the United States functions.
With work on view in three current exhibitions, the members of Postcommodity discuss their desire to “mediate complexity.”
As documenta opens for the first time in Athens, Greek artists and anthropologists are closely observing how the German quinquennial will respond to its new location.
‘State of the World’ unfolds a complex dialogue about the symbolic, physical, conceptual, and material nature of the flag.
In The Estrangement Principle, author Ariel Goldberg warns against the dangers of overusing the word “queer.”
Tomashi Jackson found that the language Josef Albers used to describe color perception mirrored the language of racialized segregation.
A new collaborative comic illustrates a leaked transcript of a Minneapolis PD sergeant’s 1996 interrogation of a 14-year-old black child.
The most conceptually compelling work of art in the Guggenheim’s But a Storm Is Blowing from Paradise: Contemporary Art of the Middle East and North Africa is also its least visible.