“If you’re going to do art history,” Steinberg declared, “you’d better know what your artists were looking at. And that has to include prints.”
This week, a newly uncovered Aztec sculpture, hi-res images of the Raphael Cartoons and the Bayeux Tapestry, COVID in Yemen, comedy’s alt-right problem, and more.
Painting, as a verb, is a way of living in time, of inhabiting a state of solitude, even when you are with other people.
Pensato favored pop culture flotsam marred by the real world, which she transmuted into adventurous artworks dealing with raw, real world concerns.
Why is Dante the Florentine still present with us 700 years after his death?
The god of love and desire has fascinated and inspired artists since antiquity.
“We need to keep reassessing where we get our data from to understand how the narrative is shaped. And how it shapes us,” says Jackson.
This week, artists reflect on quarantining from their studios in San Diego, Milwaukee, and Chicago.
We Wear the Mask treads a fine line between opacity and revealing truth in its rawest form.
Centers of Somewhere proposes an understanding of Indigeneity that is hybrid, fluctuating, and always in transit.
The Fool becomes the Grad Student. The Magician becomes the President. The High Priestess becomes the Archivist.
With no musical experience or physical instruments required, “The Adjacent Possible” invites you to a blissful 45-minute session.