“You turn inward because you’re focused on this new life that’s housed inside of you,” said Kimia Ferdowsi Kline.
Cuando Cambia el Mundo (When the World Changes) invites audiences to deconstruct their own biases.
Winters’s art is about decisions, choices, quality of attention, the shaping of one’s existence in time.
There is nothing subtle about Gu’s work: it is in your face because the racism he encounters is always there.
This week, a drawing by Leonardo goes to auction, the art Napoleon stole, sites of POC history in the US, defining misogynoir, the tyranny of time, and more.
Kantarovsky’s paintings unveil reality as a fabrication whose true form is instability and transience.
There is so much information handed to us in the exhibition, Eileen Agar: Angel of Anarchy that we risk forgetting what we might think if we came fresh to a painting.
Caldiero’s language experiments are rooted in the land and anchored in his body, at the junction between his brain and his larynx.
Elizabeth Bick’s images inject a sense of theatricality and intention into the randomness of everyday life.
After Gregory Buchakjian’s discovery laid largely dormat for decades, his research has been renewed and well-received by scholars of the Baroque artist.
A sense of poetic justice prevails throughout the artist’s first museum retrospective at MOCA North Miami.
As COVID-19 vaccinations continue rollout in some countries, many feel conflicted about the selfie.