LGBTQ Pride Month is now. Every day in June, we are celebrating the community by featuring one queer artist and letting them speak for themselves.
Marion Bell explores large ideas—capitalism, queer liberation, radical friendship, and community—in a deeply human and personal way.
Immigration accounts by Ayelet Tsabari and Sophia Shalmiyev question how self-identity is understood.
In a time when many artists are content to establish one-to-one correspondences between signifier and signified, sign and meaning, Wardell Milan’s ambiguity is refreshing.
This week, cultural heritage” and how it benefits the powerful, the Peter Max mess, Naomi Wolf’s “death recorded” mess, the power of nouns, gentrifying Mt. Everest, meme wars, and more.