Dead Birds and haunting collages are among the many gems at the 2019 Art Dealers Association of America Art fair.
The documentary is a travelogue that embarks on a journey through present-day America, using the Green Book as its guide.
Dwight Rhoden’s galvanizing protest rally of a ballet takes on topical issues, while bridging popular music with arguably the most conservative form of dance.
Anna Ridler uses AI to bring “tulipmania” into the future.
For 17 years, artist Lisa Ross has been documenting the lands of Western China that are home to Uyghurs, a population that is threatened today by the Chinese authorities.
The judge ruled that the group should be classified as “workers,” a role which entitles people to more rights than freelance contractors but fewer than full-time “employees.”
Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, Paula Rego, Magdalena Abakanowicz, Maria Bartuszová, and Haegue Yang will take center stage at the museum in 2020 and 2021.
Can the terms of the art world really change from competitive creative genius to notions of collective power and proximity?
After the Trump administration balked on plans to put the abolitionist on the $20 bill, Dano Wall took matters into his own hands.
IAS is seeking applications from visual and new-media artists interested in participating in the fourth iteration of spaced. Applications are due April 15.
The UCLA Film & Television Archive is giving people in Los Angeles a rare chance to see this tradition in person.
Mapping Modernisms points us to the unequal way in which Western Modernist art histories characterize influence between cultures.