A narrative unfolds in Alejandre’s recent paintings whereby the Chicano moon landing led to the creation of “Xicanoland.”
“América invertida” by Uruguayan-Spanish artist Joaquín Torres García was always meant to be a mission statement.
By choosing the unforgiving surface of toothed paper and making irrevocable marks, Nutt enters a territory few American artists have dared to go.
In a new show in New York City, Ashoona’s memory-based compositions infuse truth coupled with whimsy surrounding life in the Arctic.
Each artist has one to three examples, in such a broad range of styles that if you can’t find something of interest here, that’s probably on you.
I wondered: Could the AI image generator and I develop a shared, unique “voice” in our creative output?
His “Pain Relief Drawings” demonstrate how art serves as a way for the artist to cope with strife.
Extensively illustrated, Norman Rockwell: Drawings, 1911–1976 is the first book dedicated to the artist’s prolific but largely private drawing practice.
Architectural drawings were limited to mostly monochrome in Europe until color appeared in the 17th century.
Lasansky’s series drew massive crowds when it toured major museums between 1967 and 1970.
The artist’s wall-size drawing evokes a geologic mood within a neighborhood that has changed in recent decades.
Despite his work’s apparent abstraction, Sheroanawe Hakihiiwe insists that “I don’t invent anything, everything I do is my jungle and what is there.”