An exhibit at the Denver Art Museum conceives of the American West according to art history, but also through the lens of our current cultural climate.
Artist Richard Hambleton’s career took off in the 1980s, but the following decade he was wracked by addiction and destitute. A new documentary tracks his dramatic trajectory.
At the International Festival of Performance Art in Fort-de-France, performers are given free reign to do what they want without thematic direction or much curatorial oversight.
Since the start of this month, about 40,000 images of works are available on the relaunched NGS website.
The Artists Rise Up protest secured prime art world real estate near Lincoln Center in New York, but drew only a couple dozen passionate protesters.
Join artists and the senior manager of MTA Arts & Design for a discussion on the installations along the new Second Avenue Subway line.
A new report by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) of the US Department of Commerce tracks the economic impact of the arts nationally and state by state.
A new film looks at the life of the female explorer, spy, translator, and archaeologist, who’s been largely written out of history.
Dapper Bruce Lafitte’s work records a singular personal trajectory in a grander, historically significant moment.
Whitman, Alabama presents a pointillistic portrait of the American identity through videos of Alabama residents reading the epic poem.
Counter-Couture at the Museum of Arts and Design offers a new way to think about the legacy of the counterculture movement.
This week in art news: the first house Antoni Gaudí designed will reopen as a museum, the Getty Center was evacuated following a bomb threat, and Scotland’s national art collection was made available online.