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This week, Sweden’s ice hotel unveils their art suites, the story of anime in Arabic, pop culture loves Frank Lloyd Wright, how Natural History Museum skew history, new New York landmarks, and more.
Oakland-based publisher Commune Editions’ advocacy of community-based ethics animates volumes of poetry by Nanni Balestrini and Heriberto Yépez.
The humor running through Sally Webster’s paintings can be goofy and good-natured. The intensity of her devotion to detail makes them more than that.
Munch absorbed avant-garde styles but never became an avant-garde artist.
On the Capitol lawn, a pack of hyenas are busy rending the corpse of the former United States of America.
Iturria’s art is shot through with melancholy, nostalgia, romance, gentle humor, and an abiding sense of curiosity about what makes people tick.
Khalid, a 19-year-old vocal prodigy, looks at millennial culture and doesn’t see hedonism; it’s just life.
Grossen’s rope sculptures complicate the boundary between art and craft in a productive way.
Here are some highlights from this year in art-related film and television.
From dinosaur-shaped trees to quirky menorahs, here are six of our favorite holiday decorations at New York City museums.
We traveled around the world this year to look for some of the best art exhibitions and found some gems in Germany, South Africa, Spain, UAE, UK, and beyond.