In the Museum of Modern Art’s current Ernst retrospective, the artist’s avian alter ego, Loplop, reveals a realer reality.
Within Bradford’s “Pickett’s Charge,” there is a rawness, a free construction that flies in the face of popular culture’s insistence on a simplified historical and visual record.
Eyeball Cards: The Art of British CB Radio Culture compiles hundreds of calling cards from the renegade 1970s and ’80s Citizens Band (CB) radio scene.
This week in art news: the $10 million reward for solving the Gardner Museum heist was set to expire without eliciting new clues, five works by Hans Hofmann missing for more than a decade were recovered, and a four-story mural of a penis was painted over.
Some people think the art world is a series of champagne lunches, private jet trips, auctions, freeports, and VIP lounges, but that part of the scene doesn’t interest us. Welcome to the latest edition of our annual list compiling those who are rendered powerless in a system created for the affluent and well-connected.
Often unremarked or dismissed as state propaganda, Ukraine’s Soviet-era mosaics are also artworks in themselves that speak to a complex history.
What better way to say, “I’m into you,” than by drunkenly tearing paintings off the wall and throwing two expensive abstract sculptures across a room?
Touch Me Not from Fulgur Limited is the first color facsimile of a vividly bizarre 18th-century manuscript of the black magical arts.
Marshall recently unveiled a 132-foot-wide, 100-foot-tall mural that pays homage to 20 women who shaped Chicago’s cultural scene.
From an exhibition about the first superstar curator to Pacific Standard Time’s performance festival, there’s strong work aplenty on the horizon.
From a high-caliber drag show to a daylong performance art marathon on the subway, there’s a lot to do in New York City around the New Year.
A provocative, building-length mural has aroused responses from giggles to outrage.