One of art’s greatest functions might be the way it helps us share our common experiences, though those experiences are sometimes all too tragic.
A project by artist Carlos Motta to interview and document the work of transgender and intersex activists recently went public, in the form of an online archive.
This week, there are two chances to see art in the desert, an evening of spiritualist mediumship, an internet chat room performance, and more.
In an open letter posted today, 39 scientists call for natural history and science museums to sever connections with climate change deniers.
Joyce Pensato is best known for her stark, large-scale paintings of cartoon characters and in particular for her series of Batman paintings that depict the cape crusader’s iconic mask using splashy skeins of black and white paint.
On this week’s art crime blotter: thieves take Taco Bell painting, vandals critique Kant, and a man mistaken for Banksy sues six NYPD officers.
The Summer Studio Program at Virginia Commonwealth University is a supportive and rigorous residency program with an established track record of inspiring and developing artists within a hothouse environment.
ROCHESTER, UK — Thanks to an association with Charles Dickens, North Kent is better known for literature than for contemporary art. But a new project by Adam Chodzko connects the two.
Concurrent surveys of new American art in two specific media — New American Sculpture at FiveMyles and Under Construction – New Positions in American Photography at Pioneer Works — reinforce just how interdisciplinary their respective fields have become.
Last Friday, a judge in the Macedonian capital Skopje convicted six employees at the state-owned Museum of Macedonia of stealing objects from the institution’s collection and selling them abroad through an organized crime ring, AFP reported.
New York is a big art city, with big art fairs, big museums, and lots of big concept art.
It’s a week filled with myths, performances, and discussions, but we know you’re up for it.