DJ Susan Z Anthony will play music spanning the late 1950s to the mid-’70s at Azikiwe Mohammed’s fictional thrift store.
Artist Lotte Geeven is hoping to make the sandy symphonies of the desert more accessible.
An exhibition at Paul Kasmin Gallery offers a capsule vision of the relationship of the two artists during these formative years.
Traveling between Red Hook and Manhattan by ferry, an AI app talks to the water — and gets the water to talk back.
The letter, received some two years ago by curator of Latin American art at LACMA, was penned in an odd, first-person style, speaking as the painting itself.
Naufus Ramírez-Figueroa features five LA-based performers wearing costumes deigned by the artist and continues a tradition of theatrical resistance.
Jeff Sonhouse’s exhibition at Tilton Gallery is visually rewarding and acutely intelligent.
Stamped “DISCARD” or “WITHDRAWN,” the books in photographer Kerry Mansfield’s Expired have been exiled from the libraries where they were loved.
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Paul Schwarz is not readily associated with the Cass Corridor movement — one of the only major 20th-century fine art trends to emerge from Detroit — but he should be.
The history of Tyrian purple, indigo, and other dyes is a fascinating reminder of how we forget the people and the labor behind the products we use everyday.
If the bat is an animal associated with spooky stories in the West, the bat motif has a whole different connotation in China, where the creatures symbolize good luck.