A new book by Sarah Archer explores the influence of the Space Race and Cold War on America’s midcentury Christmas celebrations.
Mitchell F. Chan’s sound piece “Infinite Newsfeed” turns New York Times headlines into monotone chants that reverberate through his new exhibition.
Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo satirizes the clichéd gender conventions of dance, and the world at large, in technically superb takes on classical ballet.
Happy holidays, Brooklyn artists: your livelihoods have been apotheosized into a singular, hot commodity.
I revisited the books I read after the election and made a poem, or conversation, out of some of the things I underlined.
An exhibition in Paris explores the Irish wit’s literary exploits, aesthetic tastes, and friendships with artists.
The political and cultural lethargy of the late Soviet Union gave rise to the Moscow Conceptualists, whose work today offers unexpected insights for our tempestuous times.
The deadly fire at the Oakland art space earlier this month has brought intensified scrutiny to live-work warehouse complexes, many of which are illegal or not up to code.
Dutch designer Iris van Herpen stands out in a field that is fast-moving and codified, and where true innovation is difficult to master.