If there is a single point of agreement in the posthumous literature on Chaim Soutine, it is that the Lithuanian-born Jewish artist is surrounded by legend.
This photo essay tells the story of an artist’s view of her experience at a new and important biennale.
This week, artist studios in Massachusetts, New Mexico, New York, and Pennsylvania.
Church parishioners gathered on Thursday evening, not to attend to the teachings of Jesus Christ, but to study the final chapter of the life of that ill-fated king of Thebes, Oedipus.
As the Israeli government passes a drastic “nation-state” law that denigrates minority populations in the country, artists are trying to imagine a world where there’s unity instead of divide.
This year’s highlights include a historical exhibition of zine publishing, outdoor projects exploring the immigrant experience in the US, and an immersive interactive reading room!
Originally defined as an academic museum of Anthropology and World Archeology, the Pitt Rivers Museum has morphed into something much more extensive and meaningful.
If this doesn’t make you want to order a pizza, we can’t help you.
Yours in Sisterhood has people reading the letters aloud, musing on feminism now versus in the 1970s.
Students are archiving images of the National Museum of Brazil, photojournalist Shahidul Alam is refused bail, and a member of Pussy Riot is allegedly poisoned.