Pete Gershon’s book about the Houston art community offers some simple advice: live around artists you respect and in a place you can afford to make work, even if no one buys it.
Each known for their genre-bending improvisation, the two musicians will treat audiences to a special double bill at Public Records on Thursday — Young’s first solo performance in over 10 years.
French artist Pascal Convert, known for his commitment to cultural heritage, utilized recovered khachkars to create drawings and prints about destroyed Armenian heritage.
Film at Lincoln Center’s screening series Relentless Invention: New Korean Cinema, 1996-2003 goes back to the roots of South Korea’s current wave of internationally acclaimed movies.
Every day offers up a new palette.
Selections from the trove donated by the late Jayne Wrightsman includes stunning works by Elisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun, Jean François de Troy, and Eugène Delacroix.
Of a total 2,300 missing paintings by Scottish painter Benjamin Creme, 1,200 have been recovered. They are valued at around $777,000.
Evo Morales made the Wiphala one of the country’s two official flags in 2009. Now, forces that have taken over Bolivia desecrate the emblem, while the resistance waves it proudly.
Through a wide range of artist projects and programs, Re:Working Labor asks us to locate our respective places in the global labor chain.
The International Studio and Curatorial Program hosts a two-day symposium on contemporary art and cultural exchange featuring a keynote address by Holland Cotter.
An interview series spotlighting some of the great work coming out of Los Angeles. Hear directly from artists, curators, and art workers about their current projects and personal quirks.
Signs and Wonders: The Photographs of John Beasley Greene features photographs that focus on ancient monuments and landscapes in Egypt and Algeria from the 1850s, rather than people.