A new exhibition at the Roswell Museum in New Mexico honors the underrecognized legacy of the self-taught wood carver.
Brace yourself for the rise of the Pee Balloon Army.
Leigh’s films are class-conscious, prickly, strange, satirical, and often very funny.
Something in this era of AI-generated art feels debased, devalued. That something is me, the artist.
I wondered: Could the AI image generator and I develop a shared, unique “voice” in our creative output?
Something strange happened when I watched “A Charlie Brown Christmas” with my cat Tuna.
The country’s most famous landscape painters pushed the idea of Manifest Destiny. Is there a better way to inspire people with landscape painting today?
At the height of his influence as an art critic, Greenberg was in “Sullivanian” psychotherapy, the same cult I was later exposed to as a child.
“What does it mean to arrive from a country with a fascist regime?” asks Russian dissident artist Victoria Lomasko.
From magic carpets to Hot Cheeto bathtub feasts, artists on their creations for the city’s beloved eclectic art fair.
There are 30 nations represented in the international exhibition. Some aren’t in their best moment today. A comics diary.
Notes from Ukrainians during the start of the Russian invasion.