As a way to process her feelings of grief, frustration, and loss, Lauren Hana Chai made a series of paintings titled Last Known Locations, each imbued with imagery inspired by her missing mother.
The Getty Foundation has awarded $1 million in grants to support virtual preservation of cultural locations worldwide.
Reflecting on the use of the term Latinx is an opportunity to talk about art history, its canon, and the needs of artists.
An unusual exhibition in draws a line between work being made in the heyday of Nasser’s Egypt and today.
The drawings, paintings, and videos in Place/Image/Object assert that the act of remembering is work that carries consequences.
For the first time in years — possibly centuries — the elusive black leopard is caught on camera by photographer Will Burrard-Lucas.
Completed by Yervant Gianikian after the death of his partner, Ricci Lucchi, Angela’s Diaries – Two Filmmakers, collages the couple’s meticulous documentation of their lives, work, and travels.
Cennetoğlu’s first solo museum exhibition in the U.S. is on view alongside a group exhibition presented through SculptureCenter’s open call commissioning program.
Nathaniel Quinn’s first museum solo show features work which suggests that reality might best be recognized by its disjunctions rather than by single-point perspective.
In the 1980s I religiously read Indiana’s weekly, polemical Voice dispatches in which he described the ills of US society from the point of view of an energetic, radical, gay critic absent art bona fides.
While Michelangelo’s sketches are, like human existence, full of contradictions, Viola’s work relies primarily on empty spectacles.
Gretchen Andrew has ensured that her images will top the Google image search results for “Frieze Los Angeles.”