Born in Flames conjures entire worlds that respond to wounds inflicted by both capitalism and patriarchy.
Yup’ik artist Emily Johnson says the head of the Peak Performances series at Montclair State University revoked the $100,000 commission she was promised.
This week, artists reflect on quarantining from their studios in Los Angeles, Houston, and Washington, DC.
Divya Mehra offers a complex view of race and identity that supplants the myth of a monolithic Other.
Kong’s background as a recent Chinese immigrant and, especially, a former investigative reporter help account for the exhibition’s methods and mood.
An upcoming program at the California African American Museum titled “Artists for Housing and Homeless Rights” aims to address some of the the issues surrounding these rising tensions.
Alice Notley’s book-length poem charts the journey during which we assess the value of words and their historical contexts.
Tomás Saraceno’s retrospective exhibition at Palazzo Strozzi gives a closer look at the lives and creations of spiders to reveal how completely ecologies are entangled and spaces are shared with our nonhuman companions.
The book links the increasing visualization of waste in contemporary art to the rise of the global oil economy and the emergence of ecological thinking.
Newly arrived scholars, artists, researchers, architects and designers will transform the academic experience of Tyler students.
Simon Weckert’s conceptual Google Maps Hacks leads us to question the power of maps as a daily tool and control mechanism.
Mapping Resistance: The Young Lords in El Barrio, a public art exhibition on the civil rights organization, displays the group’s spirit of refusal to accept our skewed legal, political, economic, and social organization system.