The reclusive Pop and hard-edge artist died at his home in Maine this past Saturday.
Can a single photograph symbolize a momentous geopolitical power shift? Perhaps.
Graduate student work across 16 disciplines to be featured in showcase of hundreds of RISD artists and designers.
In their paintings, sculptures, drawings, and installations, the students of the august art school demonstrate their fluency with formalism and, in a couple of instances, their interest in avian imagery.
Nothing surprises the Iranian-American artist Sheida Soleimani anymore, whose latest body of work lampoons the leaders of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries.
The galleries become a transdimensional stopover camp for extinct animals.
In their two-part thesis show, NYU’s studio art MFA students showcase works that are formally precise and affecting.
A testimony of human rights abuses occurring in Southeast Asia is charted in The Dead Eye and the Deep Blue Sea: A Graphic Memoir of Modern Slavery.
A tiny spring visitor ends up assisting in an unlikely way.
In her large-scale drawings on sheets of vellum, the late artist Wopo Holup rendered geographic features with little or no contextual information, forcing viewers to reimagine how they envision landscapes.
In the follow-up to her 2012 graphic memoir about bipolar disorder, Marbles, Ellen Forney offers practical strategies for achieving mental stability.
In 1985, two years before he bought his first camera, Tillmans started experimenting with music, which he probably would’ve pursued if it weren’t for fate.