In their exhibitions at Honey Ramka, Michael Wetzel and Jessica Cannon long for the cohesion of forms and meanings.
A new study suggests that thousands of archaeological sites in the southeastern United States will be underwater by the end of the century.
Elizabeth King experiments with human perception in her installation of mannequin-like sculptures at MASS MoCA.
Thomas Bangsted shares how he reconstructs moments from the past with present-day photography.
Decode the color system of 19th-century nature artist Ferdinand Bauer, who documented the Australian coast, through an online interactive.
Blissfully, there are no overly odious attempts at scientific explanation of color, just a wide gamut of art and craft achievements to experience and appreciate.
No Man’s Land: Women’s Photography and the First World War at Impressions Gallery in the UK highlights women’s perspectives of World War I.
The museum’s director says he is in talks with the buyer of the record-setting painting to display it in Paris next year.
From postcards to Instagram, Shore’s images continually compel us to consider the ways photographs construct meaning.
Sometimes, finding the right gift can be very hard. Luckily, artists are actually quite easy to shop for.
Artist and writer Zach Blas wants a new internet, now.
In 1934, the University of Minnesota started making its art collection available to students looking to decorate their dorm rooms, a practice that has steadily grown in popularity on campuses across the country.