This week, a lizard’s sunny “Kusama Room,” artists who choose isolation, some leading thinkers ponder the quarantine, saving the mail, rats during the pandemic, and more.
By committing to chaos in itself, Poppy captures a spirit of play, a sense that anything is possible.
“I don’t come from art history, and even though I’m involved in the mainstream art world, I didn’t come from this.”
Western Union: Small Boats provokes our dread and desire.
An up-close look at the codpiece.
Churchman raises pointed philosophical and sociopolitical inquiries by coaxing viewers toward a position of otherness.
For artists and writers, self-isolation means doing what they have always done — which is work at home.