Helen Cammock’s solo exhibition is an array of visual poems, ceramics, and even the sound of her trumpet, which she began practicing in the city.
NYC Exhibition Extols the Charm of Restaurant Menus
Henry Voigt, a member of New York City’s Grolier Club, curated A Century of Dining Out from his personal collection of over 10,000 historical menus.
Mokha Laget’s Visual Paradoxes
Her paintings suggest exploded-view diagrams of parts that don’t fit together, as if the shapes are derived from a pleasantly illogical Jenga puzzle.
Chronicles of an American Abyss
By surveying 150 years of social strife, the artists in Model Home (New York) dispel rosy clichés of the “American ideal.”
The Artists Resisting the Myth of “White” Argentina
The work of Identidad Marrón Collective fights systemic racism and erasure of Indigenous and mixed-race narratives in the country.
Art by Survivors of America’s Wars
The 2023 Veteran Art Triennial & Summit proves that the tools of the colonizer, the occupier, and the oppressor can be used to resist and persist.
Can We Even See the Night Sky Anymore?
Lights Out: Recovering Our Night Sky at the National Museum of Natural History is a call to action to mitigate the impact of light pollution.
This week, AI news anchors, LA’s sushi revolution, a welcome interruption to King Charles’s coronation, lots of viral posts, and why did Austrian newspapers leave their front pages blank?
Mie Yim’s Howls of Uncertainty
Her work derives its power from the instability of not knowing exactly what ground you’re standing on when looking at it.
Lee Lozano’s Dropout Boogie
In this age of self-promotion and careerism, there’s something stunning, and inspiring, about the integrity of someone who had the courage just to leave.
Sophie Eisner Welds the Scars of Her Past
Her welded-steel sculptures and performance art produce scar-riddled proxies for connections that are usually intangible.
Harnessing Scale for Native Visibility
LA-based artist Ishi Glinsky often works big, enlarging smaller objects to honor the traditional art forms of the Tohono O’odham Nation.