In a colorful group show at CAC Cincinnati, artists Calcagno Cullen, Amanda Curreri, and Lindsey Whittle invite visitors to join in their creative processes.
A sweeping retrospective at the Centre Pompidou surveys the work of the Romanian-born artist who founded the avant-garde Letterism movement in 1940s France.
Carlie Wilmans, founder of the arts nonprofit 500 Capp Street Foundation, has come under fire after starting proceedings to evict a family from a duplex she owns in the Mission District.
Allan DeSouza’s book is both a reflective investigation exploring how artistic meaning takes shape and a functional handbook that clarifies terms often used in the art world without much lucidity.
The exhibition examines themes of race, gender and class within the stories, traditions, architecture, and music of opera. On view through Fall 2019.
In our talk, the artistic duo of Ximena Garnica and Shige Moriya discuss how they achieved Frantic Beauty’s unique engagement with the audience’s visual, aural, olfactory, and touch sensibilities.
Richard Mosse’s video installation Incoming gives migrants anonymity while emphasizing their humanity.
A small group of fine artists are bringing renewed attention to the practice of weaving by incorporating it into their artworks.
Modern art history, popular culture, and Indigenous people commingle in David Bradley’s imagination of the Southwest in idiosyncratic ways.
Some of the most intriguing nonfiction film work being done today isn’t coming out in any theater or on a dedicated VOD platform, but on video sharing websites.