This week, ethical art careers, Vic Berger’s surrealist Trump video portrait, computer-generated influencers, Jeffrey Gibson’s hybrid exhibition, white supremacy and white marble, and more.
Lenker indulges no domestic rural fantasies. Her songs instead teem with danger and magic.
Juan Eduardo Cirlot’s A Dictionary of Symbols has been an invaluable resource for decoding symbols since it was first published in 1958.
Many activist graphics on Instagram are deeply indebted to the visual language developed by W.E.B. Du Bois in his data portraits and the long history of visual activism.
Howard Hodgkin: Memories — the first show of any importance since the artist’s death — seems to open him up as never before.
For Cézanne, stone represented structure incarnate.
Before he turned 30, it was clear that Saul had found his subject: an American society deeply rooted in consumerism, pervasive racism, and toxic masculinity.
Hungarofuturism, an Eastern European movement directly inspired by Afrofuturism, collapses perceptions of national and individual identity, monuments, and historical sites.
The Democratic presidential nominees commissioned eight Black artists to create murals in their communities that urge participation in the upcoming election.
The organizations verified over 1,000 pieces of video evidence showing hundreds of attacks on civilians and journalists during this year’s demonstrations.
In Body Politic, McMillian unveils the insidious racial exclusion and oppression in Abstract Expressionism and landscape painting.
With the scarcity of human contact, crafting offers a tactile and sensory experience, a different type of touch and connection.