Through his more than three decades working with the collective KOS (Kids of Survival), Rollins developed a unique model for art as collaboration, activism, and pedagogy.
At the Japan Society, Hiroshi Sugimoto: Gates of Paradise, legacies of inter-cultural encounter are seen through a lens of global understanding.
At the CUNY Graduate Center, a multifaceted conversation on the future of museums showed some of the contrasting and competing visions for what they might become.
The recent removal of statues of Jefferson Davis and Nathan Bedford Forrest illuminates the many problems with the memorial landscape in Memphis and throughout the United States.
In response to comments made by a senior member of the Alternative for Germany party about Berlin’s Holocaust Memorial, the artist collective Center for Political Beauty built a replica of it in the politician’s hometown.
Transcendents: Spirit Mediums in Thailand and Burma features photographs by Mariette Pathy Allen of the gender variance of participants in spirit cults.
The Fine Arts Library at the University of Texas, Austin, was significantly downsized over the summer and may shrink further as more materials are relocated to off-campus storage.
1668: The Year of the Animal in France by Peter Sahlins delves into the radical influence of Louis XIV’s menagerie at Versailles on the art of animals.
2017 was a strikingly strong year for all kinds of figurative representation and portraiture: contemporary, midcentury, imagined, caricatured, oil-painted, and drawn.
The famed photographer recently joined the image-centric social network, posting a mix of her well-known photos and new images.
Studio Views: Craft in the Expanded Field reimagines the Museum of Arts and Design’s third floor gallery space as an artist’s studio for two, both demystifying the process of fiber art making and allowing the artists to dialogue with a curious public.
Artist Lauren McCarthy wants to become your personal virtual assistant, but you have to invite her in.