A new image, conceived by the New York State Governor, is a mess.
Leaning into the imaginative possibility of text, Félicia Atkinson’s A Forest Petrifies: Diamond Feedback grafts a poetic, discursive dialogue that fills in the detailed sonic worlds of her recent album.
The Edward Hopper and the American Hotel exhibition invites some visitors to spend the night in a room inspired by one of Hopper’s paintings, and our critic ponders who it’s really designed for.
From Albrecht Dürer to LaToya Ruby Frazier, artists have for centuries depicted and reflected on health and illness.
Bringing together lively and energetic work, Taking a Stand (Jan 17-Feb 29) highlights the ways in which artists build solidarity and shape contemporary culture as active participants in our society.
Young left nearly 2,000 works of art to his close friend and her family. An article in the Washington Post Magazine explains how, after Young’s death, a group of lawyers kept the works instead.
Artist studios in California, New York, Pennsylvania, and Virginia.
The impermanence of Simon Beck’s land art, which cuts beautiful and massive patterns into fresh snowfall, made the experience all the more gratifying.
The clinic will provide $10 consultation sessions to guide international artists through the laborious process of obtaining an artist visa to the United States.
A retrospective charts the trajectory of an unsung feminist artist, whose radical performances and psychically-charged sculptures invoke the Divine.
Targeting Iranian cultural heritage is first and foremost bad because of the devastating effects it would have on Iranians. We in the rest of the world may feel a real loss, but that is secondary at best.
Also, Amanda Schmitt’s lawsuit against Artforum moves forward, Paris Musées is now offering 100,000 digital reproductions of artworks online, and more.