This week, New Andean Architecture, decoding an Inca communication system, women at the Uffizi, “queer” as refusal, some ‘best of’ lists, and more.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and kitsch is in the air.
Sandra Gould Ford and LaToya Ruby Frazier reveal a side of the city that is rarely seen by outside observers or even many of its contemporary, white-collar locals.
Each of these exhibitions showed me something I had not seen before.
We have a president who is a joker, a jester, a racist, a sexist, a sociopath and perhaps a psychopath.
Dagley’s new exhibition at Spencer Brownstone is a case study in sustaining a varied, disciplined investigation of painting as structure and object-making.
The Brooklyn-based publishing company, Standards Manual, has produced a series of meticulously crafted facsimiles of design manuals, from the New York City Subway to NASA.
A year of truth-telling and electric painting.
A first draft of the far-right pundit’s unpublished manuscript recently emerged in legal documents, and his editor’s dismissive comments are delightful.
From a show of queer art shut down in Brazil to a painting removed from an art fair in the United Arab Emirates, cultural censorship was rampant this year.
Raad’s latest exhibition in Beirut explores history, archives, and reality with his signature inscrutability and dry humor.
Noland’s current exhibition at Yares Art, brings together prime examples of one of the artist’s signature motifs: concentric rings of color centrally and symmetrically ordered in square canvases.