For over a decade, photographer Christopher Herwig travelled through 15 former Soviet countries on a scavenger hunt for one specific form of architecture: the common bus stop.
Walk into a gallery of 17th- or 18th-century French paintings and prepare to be blinded by the gilding that encircles each work like an overwrought halo.
DETROIT — Detroit exists these days amidst a flurry of newcomer enthusiasm, rapid development, and media characterization that sometimes leaves longtime residents struggling to identify with the way “new Detroit” is being presented — and more importantly, packaged — for outside consumption.
Which art hubs of 20th century New York City are now sterilized condos, and where does the creative spirit remain?
An Australian artist who previously drew a torrent angry comments for knitting with wool inserted into her vagina will soon weave that negative feedback into a new work of art.
The Brooklyn waterfront is radically changing.
An artist whose work I loathe recently sent me a “Friend Request” on Facebook.
A 15-foot-tall crocheted mural that appeared, unauthorized, on the side of a private Bushwick residence and has since stirred debate about gentrification and street art is coming down today.
For one week only, a 1217 version of the Magna Carta is visiting New York City on a rare tour from England.
SVOLVÆR, Norway — “Lofoten is at a tipping point,” a local artist told me the night I arrived on the Norwegian archipelago for the opening weekend of the 2015 Lofoten International Art Festival.
BUDAPEST — On September 13, I lightly followed the Sunday flow of the Gallery Weekend Budapest festival of Hungarian contemporary art.