After a statue of the trans activist promised by the city was delayed by the pandemic, activists installed the bust themselves this week.
“Our works are much more curious and mysterious than they are shown,” says Leyya Mona Tawil of Arab.AMP.
Stephanie H. Shih’s selection came from Asian American social media followers, who helped pick the top “Western products which ‘feel’ Asian.”
Art educators are welcomed to a sprawling warehouse in Queens for a “Back to School Shopping Spree,” hosted curbside for the first time.
Around Asheville, people have volunteered their front yards to showcase Suzanne Schireson’s portraits.
Bridget Mullen draws a line between the act of birth and the act of making art.
A facade is all that remains of the fabled home of the Renaissance artist but the story around it raises more questions than it answers.
In 1988, one Spanish photographer transformed a commission to shoot French designer Philippe Model’s accessories line into a quirky exploration of her own artistry.
“To immerse yourself” means to actively limit your senses so that you can experience a different dimension, such as a virtual world or a novel.
This week, the battle over book reviews, Alice Neel’s populism, Herat’s history with the Taliban, considering cultural appropriation, and more.
Serge Poliakoff: Gouaches 1938-1969 furthers the case for Poliakoff’s importance and continuing relevance to abstract painting.
Rego’s women are always independent spirits, and they are often raging.