Over 100 artists, including participants of the upcoming biennial, have added their signatures to an open letter released earlier this month calling for the removal of the weapons manufacturer as a vice chair.
Copies, Fakes, and Reproductions challenges viewers’ assumptions that “copies” must be “fakes” and therefore “bad.”
Not every work tells a story; not every story told about a work enriches it.
An open letter signed by 15 artists and scholars who participated in the conference targets MoMa board member Larry Fink, whose company BlackRock is invested in two of the country’s largest prison companies.
A substantial number of works held a great deal of possibility and promise at this year’s CalArts Graduate Open Studios.
The first exhibition devoted exclusively to the Abstract Expressionist’s vast, mural-sized works is on view at Paul Kasmin Gallery in New York.
In a new book of essays, The Psychology of Zelda: Linking Our World to the Legend of Zelda Series, psychologists and video game scholars probe the existential questions at the heart of the beloved video game franchise.
A new monograph demonstrates that the director’s aesthetic does not equal “mere frippery,” but examines important issues.
The directors of the documentary Picture Character talk about getting inside the emoji-making process.
But what will happen to our personal data when we give up the (digital) ghost? Research from Oxford University suggests a curious change.
An artist duo’s digitally doctored images of houses without windows prompt reflections on the struggle to maintain privacy in an age of oversharing.
In antiquity and in the Renaissance there was an inherent sensuality to being able to visually consume a sculpture from every angle.