For centuries, shadow puppet theater not only captivated audiences across Southeast Asia but also held ritual significance for various local communities.
Paula Crown interprets the memory of rainfall in a cascade of suspended metal at Marlborough Gallery.
The new Artists’ and Writers’ Cookbook compiles recipes and personal food-related stories from 76 contemporary artists and writers, from Swoon’s Mississippi ratatouille to Ed Ruscha’s cactus omelette and Sanford Biggers’ red drink.
Edward Hopper’s bedroom in his Nyack home (photo by Carole Perry, all courtesy The Edward Hopper House) If you missed your chance earlier this year to rent that popular replica of van Gogh’s bedroom, you may now fight other art enthusiasts to win a much cooler opportunity: one night for two in Edward Hopper’s real, […]
In the spring of 1870, Paris had yellow fever. Not the disease, but the color, which spread as quickly as an epidemic among the most fashionable of the French capital. The cause was a gleaming painting named for the biblical John the Baptist-slayer “Salomé” on view at the annual state-sponsored Salon.
The question that Hiroshi Sugimoto asked himself in 1976 sounded a bit like a koan: What happens if you shoot a whole movie in a single frame?
Over the past few weeks, highly NSFW street art has popped up across Brussels, courtesy of an anonymous street artist or graffiti collective.
Ann Hamilton’s latest large-scale installation transforms Philadelphia’s Municipal Pier 9 through Monday October 10 and three floors of The Fabric Workshop and Museum (FWM) through early January.
This is not your grandmother’s drag show. A 24-Decade History of Popular Music by renowned playwright and drag performer Taylor Mac is a monumental production covering American popular music from 1776 to 2016.
SÃO PAULO — Critics in major Brazilian newspapers have been calling the 32nd São Paulo Biennial too “politically correct,” all ideas and no art.
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