Artist Chloe Chiasson, who grew up in a small conservative town in Texas, draws from its iconic imagery to make space for queer figures.
The Malian painter’s first solo exhibition in New York muses on the desires and compulsions that guide us toward enlightenment — and occasionally get us into trouble.
With her clay relief sculptures, Brie Ruais probes the exit wound and its deep psychological implications.
The artist uses his relatives’ funerary ashes, bone fragments, and old photos to explore a complex family history.
His daring embrace of an anti-style approach opened up new potential for abstract painting.
Jigger Cruz is one of several young Filipino artists experimenting with new methods of painting, and his attempt to break with traditional representation has yielded a new form of automatism.