Chto Delat’s most recent film-lecture, “Palace Square 100 Years After. Four Seasons of Zombie,” offers a fresh alternative to neoliberal academic approaches to the Red October centennial.
Linda Nochlin, who passed away on Sunday at 86 years old, reconfigured not just the art world, but seemingly all areas of culture.
This intensive MA program is well suited for both established professionals and graduates wishing to continue their studies at an advanced level.
Chaekgeori may not be well known in the United States, but it’s an art form that influenced centuries of art in Korea.
Arturo Rucci, a former assistant to Scully, has been arrested under suspicion of stealing a triptych from the artist’s studio and consigning it for auction at Bonhams.
Sarah Sudhoff’s and Jo Broughton’s photographs of sex toys and porn sets do not shock or sensationalize. Instead, they provoke curiosity about a topic likely to engender disgust or nonchalance in another’s hands.
Playing photographically with femininity, commodity, and bodily perception, Heather Bennett reveals a sly sense of humor.
The conference will survey the social justice practice of Maria Thereza Alves, Forensic Architecture, Gulf Labor, House of Natural Fibers (HONF), Isuma TV, and MadeYouLook.
A newly reissued biography chronicles the career of photographer and revolutionary Tina Modotti, whose art is often eclipsed by her relationships with male artists.
To raise awareness of gentrification and displacement, members of the LA Tenants Union are organizing an eviction parade, which will travel to various artist spaces and residences.
The first major exhibit on the Cornell University Witchcraft Collection opens Halloween, and explores the persecution of women through its historic objects.
In photos that range from silly to unsettling, looking at the US’s oddest, most surprising, least sensible — and sometimes outright fake — laws.