The texts in Chloe Aridjis’s new collection of stories and essays unspool not via chronological order, but through the strange rationality of dreams.
The marine mammal has emerged as a symbol of the capitalism-driven destruction of the planet, with protesters “orcanizing” for Climate Week actions.
The moderate columnist complained about a $78 burger meal but failed to account for several alcoholic drinks he consumed.
A proposed plan to expand the train station and “revitalize” the Midtown area would evict hundreds of residents, activists say.
Seven Egon Schiele works that belonged to Austrian-Jewish cabaret performer Fritz Grünbaum were handed back to his heirs.
Cast-bronze “tortillas” and miniatures painted using a handmade cat-hair brush shine in the LA edition of the fair where artists manage their own booths.
Featuring two decades of interdisciplinary art along with new work created in response to the ongoing Women’s Rights Movement in Iran, the exhibition is on view in Hartford, Connecticut.
International curators and experts discuss major exhibitions and the promise and dangers of artificial intelligence at these free online events.
With artists, conversations, workshops, an exhibition, a dinner, and karaoke party, the VLC Forum 2023 showcases global modes of collectivity.
This week, a hunger strike to end caste discrimination, Glossier’s rise and fall, puppies perform Mozart, writers sue OpenAI, and why is everyone mad at Hasan Minhaj?
I gave myself an imagined budget and set out to find everything from dorm-room art to a housewarming gift for that friend who loves crystals.
With the Gilbert & George Centre, those two-forever-in-one (or one-forever-in-two) living sculptors have made a bid to claim immortality.