This week, Ai Weiwei in Minneapolis, how museums can help people understand pandemics, what ‘politically correct art’ means, being a rich writer, how much animals sleep, and more.
Casino’s instrumental music often projects an initial illusion of formlessness, all the better to surprise you with sneak details later.
Time and night form Sharlet’s central theme: people who inhabit the night, literally and figuratively.
These plays depict a reality that seems familiar and plausible yet feels dreamlike, monumental, and mythical.
The serious-minded artist-cum-filmmaker is enjoying a full retrospective at Tate Modern.
It’s hard to identify precedents for Christopher Wilmarth’s sculpture, which uses its banal modern materials purely abstractly.
Throughout his career Jon Pylypchuk has confronted the most awkward and gut-wrenching parts of being human.
Peter Williams doesn’t make things easy for the viewer, and why should he?
Judd hated the cult of the artist.
Gupta sued Scene and Herd, an account aiming to launch a #MeToo movement in India, for defamation last year.
Artist and tax specialist Hannah Cole shares her knowledge to help artists of all types get the breaks they deserve.
The announcement quelled concerns by community members that the city had neglected its pledge to help recover the museum’s damaged archives.