If you ever get joy from the written word, you might not like “Buoys Boys,” Fiona Banner’s pun-themed exhibition by the sea.
A new short documentary shows Kate Charles, a sculptor who crafts elaborate and hyperrealistic babies known as “Reborn Dolls,” at work.
Since Cecilia Giménez Zueco transformed Elías García Martínez’s “Ecce Homo” into the viral sensation “Monkey Jesus,” the Santuario de Misericordia has been turned into an interactive tribute to the two artists’ improbable collaboration.
The Urban Death Project is building a structure at Washington State University where human remains will be transformed into soil.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art examines the past and present of Vlisco fabrics, a symbol of our hyperconnected, postcolonial material world.
The Photographer’s Cookbook is a real gem for photo enthusiasts, featuring the favorite recipes of 50 major photographers, from William Eggleston to Marion Faller.
Through 86 volumes that span the 15th century to the present, the Grolier Club visualizes the development of modern timekeeping.
UMBC’s Intermedia + Digital Arts [IMDA] MFA Program invites interdisciplinary artists seeking to expand or reinvent their practice to apply.
Cara Despain’s “Sea Unseen” tells the tale of a great American paradise that’s swiftly and frantically overtaken by the sea.
Artist Caledonia “Swoon” Curry glimpsed the afterlife when her mother died in 2013, but it took years of research for Swoon to connect this visceral event with what’s known as a “shared death experience.”
In her new book, Hot or Not: 20th-Century Male Artists, Jessica Campbell passes definitive judgment on sex appeal of canonical modernists.
When all the ballots are in, you’re gonna need some you time.