“White people have always slipped in and out of the experiences of people of color and been praised extravagantly for it,” Jenny Zhang, the poet and Rookie magazine contributor, wrote in an article for BuzzFeed about the erasure of Asian American narratives in Western culture.
There’s little doubt that Brian Sewell (1931–2015) — who passed away on Saturday — was Britain’s best-known art critic.
On this week’s art crime blotter: vandals tag a Munich museum with swastikas, hunters venture onto Texan museum’s grounds, and a public sculpture is mysteriously beheaded.
LOS ANGELES — This week, the Hammer Museum hosts a two-day music and performance festival, Marcia Hafif’s long overdue exhibition at the Laguna Art Museum closes, the Women’s Center for Creative Work begins its residency at the Armory Center for the Arts, and more.
The exhibition Once Upon a Time Palmyra: The Pearl of the Desert at Portfolio, with photography by Emmanuel Catteau, owner of the space, capitalizes on the recent Palmyra-related and features his 2006 snapshots from the historic site.
BOSTON — There is brick dust everywhere: on shoes, on clothes, on the street. Most of it makes it into the field chalker, which has already marked three miles of sidewalk.
HONG KONG — Taking the temperature of the art at Hong Kong South Island Art Day 2015, the thermometer reads hot and feisty. Young Hong Kong artists also appear bruised — with Occupy Central, self immolations in Tibet, the fractious situation with mainland China, and the more droll issues of their global peers on their minds.
In 1915, with the newly innovated film camera, a young Russian-born, French actor named Sacha Guitry captured some of France’s greatest artists and authors.
VCU’s nationally ranked Department of Photography & Film MFA program seeks dynamic emerging artists whose work challenges common definitions of photography and film while maintaining the disciplinary integrity of traditional practice.
You may now bequeath your tattoos to your loved ones to frame and display, just like any other work of art that you value or that may be a family heirloom.
In the blur of fabric and fanfare that was New York Fashion Week, Kanye West’s second Yeezy show caused the most confusion of all.
This week brings a whole lot of good stuff, from a conversation between two feminist artist icons to a celebration of the idiosyncrasies of contemporary painting.