This week, the northernmost hotel in the world, food culture may be killing us, college classism, a Gucci runway protest, a defense of fiction, and more.
“No matter what I tried, what fit best was work that involved my love of something small-scale and intimate.”
Can the enduring presence of such monuments among us still have the power to reinforce deep-rooted prejudices, by the very fact that they have simply not gone away?
Matt Kleberg’s paintings are nonetheless accessible, affording the viewer opportunities to “trespass.”
Bernard Piffaretti is an artist who recognizes painting as an act of inquiry and skepticism.
Bauhaus Beginnings succeeds in reanimating the dialogue that began in the school’s classrooms and hallways, and in following it, as it spilled out into the streets of a country.
Sze’s dynamic sculptures aim to capture relationships and their gaps, the solidity of objects and their discarding.
Rebecca Morgan has absorbed the basic tenets of Neoclassical drawing and applied them to raunchy, sexually explicit subject matter, something you cannot imagine Nicholas Poussin or Jacques-Louis David ever doing.