The Woven Child at London’s Hayward Gallery is a moving examination of Bourgeois’s fabric sculptures, drawing out themes of motherhood, gender, identity, and trauma.
A poetic sense of materials united the artists of the 2022 Southeast Queens Biennial in New York.
Daisuke Fukunaga depicts Japanese workers as tired but happy. Are they, really?
Jean Lowe’s work parodies our most banal behaviors by inviting us to consume images of our own consumption.
When the news gets appalling enough, Valley will show you the grotesquerie, and make you feel it.
A new exhibition at the Mexic-Arte Museum reveals the crucial but under-recognized role that the Chicano art movement played in Austin’s history and culture.
In an age when everything is called into doubt, Squeak Carnwath’s concern with seeing carries a deep urgency.
This week, reactions to the leaked Supreme Court draft to overturn abortion rights, La Malinche gets an exhibition, Eric Adams brings his “swagger” to the Met Gala, and what did Leonardo get wrong about trees?
In attempting to convey atrocities that confound language, artist Phyllida Barlow comes up against a paradox with no easy resolution.
For her first museum exhibition, Grace Rosario Perkins invited four other artists to ponder the definition of data, centering questions about how it’s collected, authenticated, documented, and distributed — and by whom.
Lok’s paintings reveal seemingly straightforward objects and events to be strange, slippery, and utterly beguiling.
Two artists replaced the game’s iconic locations with a politically charged set of properties and events highlighting the impact of gentrification on Black communities.