Yes, it sometimes felt like a circus — but circuses are fun, and art fairs, typically, are not.
Some things never change, like the over-botoxed art collector and the $25 cold sandwich.
Naudline Pierre’s otherworldly drawings, Yusuke Saito’s ceramic pizzas, Pueblo pottery, and more.
The Whitney Museum of American Art has just raised its general admission tickets to a whopping $30, topping our list of the priciest cultural institutions.
Human rights groups are concerned that Pushkin, known for criticizing the nation’s authoritarian regime, did not receive timely medical care in prison.
This month: love, beauty, kink, and Purell bottles with works by Pepón Osorio, Kahlil Gibran, Gego, Susan Chen, and others.
The New York museum has cut ties with the architect; other US and UK institutions have done the same.
The Brooklyn-based nonbinary artist discusses their recent foray into weaving and how photographs can challenge the seemingly static images in our minds.
“Without my gender and racial identity or my ‘total being,’ my work does not exist,” says the multidisciplinary artist and trans woman.
“I propose the potential of expressing care by being nearby — in proximity to — one another,” says the Singaporean trans nonbinary artist.
In an interview with Hyperallergic, the Brooklyn-based nonbinary artist shares new sculptures inspired by the tension between the material and the spectral.
In the plurality of meaning and language, the Brooklyn-based trans nonbinary artist finds a resonant analogy for their experience of the world.