Pack your bogs, it’s time for a really iconic swamp-cation.
You could say that these bedbugs have a certain je ne sais quoi.
Nordström creates compelling architectural “portraits” of the city by including the real stuff of life, like electric boxes, water damage, and rusting metalwork.
Though her iconic “Black Sheep” sweater fetched over $1M last week, it’s far from the only piece worn by the princess to eclipse auction estimates.
And the Walls Became the World All Around provides an accessible visual language to understand Hermann’s ceramic work in book form.
Izzy Pludwinski’s new book looks at the evolution of Hebrew calligraphy, from sacred scrolls through modern art and graffiti.
Artist and author Tom Haviv dreams of a one-state solution for the Israel-Palestinian conflict, Jewish-Muslim solidarity, and harmony between Sephardi and Mizrahi Jews.
A new exhibition catalogue illustrates the artist’s dedication to humanity, managing a tender balance between self-expression and true global consciousness.
Where I’m Coming From was the first nationally syndicated comics strip by a Black woman cartoonist.
The nude figure as a subject has been a battleground issue for as long as it’s been a staple of fine art.
The sculpture, based on AI analysis of works by Michelangelo, Rodin, Käthe Kollwitz, Takamura Kotaro, and Augusta Savage, would make a great hood ornament for Elon Musk’s next venture into space.
Kate Levy has come to recognize that direct involvement with her subjects may come at the expense of her artistic practice, so she took a different approach.