You’s paintings exude a sense of sweet, childlike wonder, where each moment is filled with possibility.
All of the works in Material as Message ask us how we come to remember, through materials that suit the memories they’re trying to preserve.
From Louise Bourgeois in 2000 to El Anatsui in 2023, countless artists have wrestled with the London exhibition space’s (im)possibilities.
I came to Herstory hoping to see depth, guts, the ambition and potency of “The Dinner Party” and instead found nothing but surface.
This week, the oldest plant-based red paint, the stories of queer Palestinians in Gaza, why women’s clothes don’t have pockets, and more.
Abraham Ángel embodied a new type of homegrown Mexican artist who rejected past European traditions in favor of local influences like arte popular.
Is the Royal Academy’s Marina Abramović retrospective spirituality or its monetization? You toss the coin.
Each symbol in Tanavoli’s Poets, Locks, Cages at the Vancouver Art Gallery holds a special meaning in Sufism, which has inspired his work.
Smith’s collections of folk music, Indigenous art, and occult ephemera inspired generations of artists.
La Casa de la Literatura García Márquez is a strange and wonderful new gallery for Mexico City’s ever-changing contemporary arts scene.
Groundswell is a crucial reexamination of important but under-recognized artists working with the land.
Amplifying the voices of Native women, the artist issues a collective call to resistance through visual art, music, and community.