Parker’s stories bring so many of her works alive, give them meaning, and make us warm to her and to them. Is that a problem?
The street artist had planned to give a new, limited-edition print to anyone who could prove they’d voted against the Tories in the upcoming general election.
New York City is creeping towards a psycho kind of summer.
LONDON — Last year was my first Frieze London fair, and I was baffled that it could seem so desultory, given that it was chock-a-block with pointlessly novel artworks.
This is an artist’s essay that explores some of the ideas put forward in Powers’ three-part essay, “Art, Not Suicide,” published earlier this week. -Ed. Note