I am nonreligious and I don’t practice Yom Kippur’s rituals, but I appreciate its teachings.
Tom Burckhardt’s “STUDIO FLOOD” is a tour de force artwork with a willfully scruffy, DIY look.
LCD Soundsystem’s American Dream is a passably punkoid rock album, fiery in places, elsewhere clunky.
Congolese choreographer Faustin Linyekula and American writer and director Annie Dorsen contemplate storytelling at the Crossing the Line Festival.
When Ray Johnson killed himself at the age of 67, the air of mystery surrounding his personality, life, and art only thickened.
Goodman’s recent work is distressing, captivating, and weirdly funny.
An interview with artist Christine Gedeon about her current exhibition explores her personal history in Aleppo and a particularly painful family story.
We’re taking a day trip from NYC to PHL to visit the ICA Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA), and Fabric Workshop and Museum. Join us!
SCAD commemorates the centennial of the artist’s birth with a landmark group exhibition, on view through February 4, 2018.
R.M. Fischer’s lamp sculptures are like an uncanny assembly of anthropomorphic creatures that might abruptly move on their own.
Analysis of a drawing long attributed to Leonardo’s studio suggests the artist worked on at least part of it, and that it may have been a preparatory sketch for the Mona Lisa.
The new seal suggests that the village of Whitesboro may be aptly named.