Deep Time at Radiator Arts finds artists exploring the formal ties between textile and digital art.
The photo, which is circulating in advance of a new History Channel program, was discovered by retired federal agent Les Kinney while digging through the National Archives.
Material Politics explores how socioeconomic growth, rapid gentrification, increased mobility, the rise of digital technology, and lasting colonial legacies impact the materials used in Australian art.
Artist Frank Heath collaborates with performers to speak with call center representatives, under the guise of service requests that quickly devolve into open-ended registers of existential distress.
The US government has raised serious questions about the origin of thousands of ancient artifacts being purchased for a Hobby Lobby-supported museum.
The government has asked how residents would express their city in symbols, with an open competition for the design of an emoji package representing this megalopolis.
When architect Eliel Saarinen moved to the US and designed Cranbrook, he brought his Finnish heritage with him.
Errol Morris’s film about the photographer Elsa Dorfman touches on big questions about cycles of life and obsolescence, but remains doggedly cheerful.
Sometimes the artist next door is all the inspiration you need.