Barnaby Furnas’s latest paintings, which deconstruct American myths and symbols, were made with unusual studio assistants.
Amid continued misconceptions about the Cold War and Russia, the mission of the Wende Museum is vital.
Emin said she reacted by pushing the attacker away and threatening “to punch her lights out.”
One-fifth of the proceeds will go to nonprofits that empower young women and support gender equality.
For her tattoo designs, Doreen Garner mined the Reanimation Library, a collection of obscure books, finding hand signals and “the occasional escalator going up into a vagina.”
Researchers have identified over 50 massive, long-unseen geogylphs that date from between 500 BCE to 200 CE — centuries before the time of the known Nazca lines.
A gallery show that turns the form of the grid inside out, shedding more light on this iconic 20th-century favorite.
On Friday, the Society of Illustrators hosts a talk with Mike Mignola, whose signature style includes careful compositions, large swaths of dark ink, and shadowy humanoid monsters.
Artists at the Petersen Automotive Museum will teach various techniques, from hydraulics and engraving, to painting and pin-striping.
Tarsila unearthed her roots to understand them better, and showed them off to the world. No Brazilian artist before her had probed the country’s past in such a personal way.
Our poetry editor, Wendy Xu, has chosen an excerpt from to kill the future in the present by Jennif(f)er Tamayo for her monthly series that brings original poetry to the screens of Hyperallergic readers.