Archaeologists excavating an ancient necropolis at the site of the historic the historic Urfa castle in the southeastern city of Şanlıurfa found mosaic portraits of two men and two women.
Alden Projects on the Lower East Side is marking 50 years since Alan Sonfist proposed reclaiming land in New York City for memorials to lost nature.
New satellite images show that the 140-foot-tall mud brick structure was decimated, likely by bulldozers, over the last three months.
The Ulises bookshop, which opened this past weekend in Philadelphia, focuses on books as a lens onto contemporary art.
Through drawings and paintings of the figure, still lifes, and landscapes, the exhibiting painters draw inspiration from the canon — Renaissance painting, the Hudson River School, American Modernism — and advance realism as a critical mode.
An exhibition attempts to find the new feminism in work by artists from around the world. It falls short of its task but raises some questions worth asking.
Robert Bresson’s Notes on the Cinematograph, first published in 1975 and about to be reissued by New York Review Books, is not a manifesto or unified theory.
Thousands of sticky-note messages have accumulated in the New York City subway, a moment of post-election solidarity evolved from artist Matthew Chavez’s Subway Therapy project.
Kino Lorber is crowdfunding an effort to rerelease more than a dozen movies made in the US by female directors between 1910 and 1929.
The American Institute of Architects’ post-election memo promising to work with President-elect Trump has been met with messages of protest from its 89,000-strong membership.
VDB TV: Decades, a five-part curated screening series, is now streaming for free at vdb.org/tv
Working during a period when it was proclaimed from every quarter that painting was dead, Reed and a sizable New York cohort of like-minded artists carried on below the fray.