Michael Flomen’s first photographs were made with the light of fireflies, inspiring a series of work that converses with rain water, earth, and plant life.
The film has elicited intense reactions with its super-saturated horror, but it also has a campy streak with feminist implications.
Conservation scientists at the Fitzwilliam Museum shed some light on the everyday objects forming the armatures of three surviving beeswax sculptures.
In Lunar Eclipse, an immersive installation and musical performance, a stylized rendering of the titular celestial phenomenon will be projected onto an inflatable dome.
This year the Los Angeles Exchange Festival is starting a tradition of artistic exchange with other cities, beginning with Mexico City.
Published in the late 15th century, the Fasciculus Medicinae contains the earliest depiction of a modern dissection, a groundbreaking representation for anatomy.
VCUarts’ Kinetic Imaging MFA program offers a hybrid, in depth inquiry into emerging media and video, sound, and animated art.
Who is made whole by Walker’s decontextualized images of violence correlated with race, gender, sex, and with chattel slavery and the social practices devolving from that historical circumstance?
Artist Alexander Perrin’s Short Trip is a hand-drawn interactive game in which players drive a trolley for cats.
The Paper Revolution at the ADAM: Brussels Design Museum unite close to 100 original works on paper from a variety of artistic Soviet luminaries.
The Legacy of Lynching is a collaboration between the museum and the nonprofit Equal Justice Initiative, presenting racial histories we’ve long been asleep to.
When the painter William Morris Hunt set out to distill the American spirit to its essence, he was faced with a familiar dilemma.