Some of us didn’t need letters from him, because he trusted us to do what we did without requiring his instruction or encouragement.
A couple of ancient giants are extending their American debut by two years.
In the 18th century, medical students and the general public learned about the insides of the human body through a tool that to 21st-century eyes likely appears shocking or offensive.
Could your Neil Gaiman book collection reveal something about both your political leanings and your willingness to squeal like a dolphin during sex if your partner asked?
We’ve heard his music and seen his own artworks, but the personal art collection of David Bowie has remained largely hidden from the public eye.
Here’s the thing about the Make Painting Great Again exhibition at Canada Gallery: I honestly dislike it.
Under construction outside the Baan Pho temple in Chacheongsao, east of Bangkok, this new monument will be the biggest of the many Luang Pu Thuat sculptures, at 55 feet tall (~16.8m).
The term “dark humor” was coined in 1935 to describe a subgenre of comedy in which pleasure arises from topics generally considered taboo. Dark Humor: African American Art from the University Museums, University of Delaware presents works that employ subversive humor to question cultural and racial stereotypes.
Yesterday, a permanent plaque was unveiled outside the former home and studio of Jean-Michel Basquiat at 57 Great Jones Street in Manhattan.
Raúl de Nieves’s El Rio at Company Gallery is totally alien to Western notions of death.
“After publishing the novel, I could not return to scholarly writing and the established formulas of criticism.”
Is it even possible?