PARIS — Wifredo Lam’s hot, hybrid style is essentially spiky.
For over 30 years Granary Books, under the direction of Steve Clay, has explored the possibilities and limits of artist’s books and collaborative publishing.
When we think of X-rays, we generally think of the human body’s skeletal structure, but in the 1930s, one osteopathist turned his attention to the anatomy of plants and used his X-ray machine as what it fundamentally exists as: a camera.
A ring of human skulls originally circled 16th-century magician John Dee in a painting by the English artist Henry Gillard Glindoni.
PHILADELPHIA — The “I”-shaped table is set up as if it contained a presentation of recently excavated artifacts.
What kind of person opens a private contemporary art museum?
It appears that toting around any horned animal sculptures is enough to suggest one’s connection to Satanism — or at least that appears to be the case in Lebanon.
The billionaire businessman David H. Koch has left his position on the board of trustees of the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) after serving on it for 23 years.
The MA Aesthetics and Politics Program at CalArts is pleased to announce that its 2016 Theorist in Residence will be philosopher and historian Lauren Berlant. The MA program’s Visiting Faculty for Fall 2016 will be Santiago Zabala.
Aviary Attorney is a game based on the caricatures of 19th-century French artist J. J. Grandville, who skewered the aristocrats and politicians of his time by illustrating society figures as animals.
Sometime in late 1997, at the former site of the New Museum, I was introduced to a seemingly dejected young painter named Odili Donald Odita.
How it feels to be an artist at a party.