Jaya Howey takes painting very seriously, and so he finds himself in a very serious corner.
In 1994, an American-born Jewish settler named Baruch Goldstein opened fire on Muslim worshipers in the Cave of the Patriarchs, an ancient building in central Hebron that stands over the putative tomb of Abraham, “father of multitudes.”
In her latest exhibition, Death Is a Conceptual Artist, feminist icon Mira Schor delivers a slow-motion knockout blow.
Someday the ascendant computers — having beaten us at chess, Jeopardy!, and giving directions — may share with the withering human spirit, numbed and narcotized by those same flickering screens, a moment of hideously dreamy half-consciousness.
Ryan Mrozowski has double vision.
I don’t know about you, but I experience adulthood as an unremitting crisis of faith, and I look to art for examples of how to better think about what I’m doing.
Son Ford was born with dying on his mind.