Beth B’s biographical documentary The War is Never Over has a DIY sensibility befitting the No Wave performer.
For the Montserrat-born artist, seeds are both a metaphor for and a physical continuation of the Afro-Caribbean diaspora.
Critics say the memorial planned for Rockefeller Park was approved without community input and will significantly reduce green space.
The mere mention of slavery continues to grab attention, even if the evidence is inconclusive.
The revolutionary imagery of its toppling has been replaced in public consciousness with a picture of its rigidly horizontal body in the museum.
Jean-Michel Basquiat painted the portrait in 1985, on the door of a Dallas apartment where he was staying.
People throughout history, including artists like Robert Rauschenberg and Ebecho Muslimova, have celebrated the bike’s potential for freedom.
Ice is both all around and constantly disappearing in Iva Radivojević’s lyrical ode to this vital and beautiful element.
In Tranquility of Communion, soul-stirring photographs blend Yoruba cosmologies, queer desire, and Baroque theatricality.
A restoration of Lizzie Borden’s landmark 1986 portrait of sex and labor is coming to theaters.
Bathed in unnatural colors, Cudahy’s portraits carry an oneiric atmosphere.
Despite the British Museum’s active participation in work towards restitution, the current display and captioning fail to be forthright or responsible.