A new book on Spain Rodriguez revisits his innovative repertoire, but ignores the extent to which some of his comix revel in the sexism regularly broadcast in the era’s male-authored strips.
Do the games Earthworm Gym, Lizard Designer Pro, Vin Diesel’s Weasel Easel, Silent Butcher, or Wrestlechess intrigue you? If so, then this book is for you.
In a letter to the Mayoral Advisory Commission on City Art, Monuments, and Markers, the signatories advocate for the removal of monuments to Christopher Columbus, J. Marion Sims, and Teddy Roosevelt.
After attempting to chisel away at the four-ton block of marble, the Belgian artist Mikes Poppe was rescued from his heavy metaphor for the weight of tradition.
Since the 1960s, the city of Gävle in Sweden has annually built a towering Yule goat, and almost every year someone burns it down.
“We’re really here to point that out that this is not an appropriate use of American technology,” said a member of Artcolectivist, a binational group involved in the light graffiti-project.
With “Rethink Shinola,” scholar and artist Rebekah Modrak has created a biting, minutely researched critique of an appropriative re-branding of Detroit.
In art, fashion, and eccentric hairstyles, the arrival of the first giraffe in France in the 1820s caused a sensation in culture.
A list of art and design books that are some of this year’s must-reads.
This week in art news: the director of the Louvre revealed he’s negotiating for a loan of “Salvator Mundi,” Egypt accused a 95-year-old Australian woman of looting antiquities, and a federal judge refused to release a Gardner Museum heist person of interest from domestic confinement.