Typically a stronghold of painting, the NADA Miami Beach fair is awash in clay sculpture this year.
Ahmed Naji is currently serving a two-year prison sentence, after a man claimed the author’s words made him sick.
Native American women have the highest rates of sexual violence in the United States and two Native American artists are tackling the issue at the Oceti Sakowin Camp in North Dakota.
Porter’s paint handling was gestural but exacting, never fancy, and always attending to the experience of looking.
For years, photographer Andrea Grützner was fascinated by a massive guesthouse in a German village. In 2014, she entered the house with her camera, photographing its well-tread rooms.
After the CEO of the American Institute of Architects stated the organization promised to work with Donald Trump, many architects — both AIA members and not — were pissed.
One Saudi artist sees parallels between the battle to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline and the impact of oil in his own country.
In Lara Ögel’s work, structures of power appear encoded in unexpected ways and emerge from the most commonplace situations.
In 1885, Wilson Bentley, a farmer in Vermont, became the first known person to photograph a snowflake. He would document 5,000 of them in his lifetime.
Past and current faculty and speakers include Adam Weinberg, Tania Bruguera, Maria Lind, Shirin Neshat, Hou Hanru, Joan Jonas, Terry Smith, Gabi Ngcobo, José Roca, Pablo Helguera, Glenn Ligon, and many others.
Edward and Nancy Kienholz’s most harrowing pieces are also the ones that are the most fanatical and one-dimensional in their rage.
It’s just a simple series of replacements.