A Rabbi said there’s land in the settlements with my name on it.
A new documentary asks whether the Pop Art icon appropriated the work of comic artists. If so, who’s truly to blame?
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.