In the early ’90s, the Kids in the Hall transgressed boundaries of propriety, gender, sexuality, even species as an alternative to binary thinking.
A new exhibition and forthcoming book honor the overlooked 20th-century female artist.
With “Dark Illumination” artist Kenturah Davis creates opportunities for us to see the sacred and meditative in the words we write.
The works in Language in Times of Miscommunication prompt viewers to question and resist propaganda in its many forms.
Familiar tales of Greek and Roman mythology abound in the latest chapter of the cult series.
Goya neatly clothes himself in his own world of fantasy: He will have her in the end. In life, where the climate is much chillier, it was, alas, to be otherwise.
Under which conditions should an art museum ethically and responsibly do business with a repressive authoritarian government?
In their exhibition at the Hollyhock House, Louise Bonnet and Adam Silverman engage with the building’s peculiarities — and its origin story.
We need more support for the women who have to balance an art practice with caregiving for their ailing parents.
What does the internet’s most popular Artificial Intelligence chatbot have to say about Anadol’s AI-based artwork?
In Vermeer’s paintings, the world is much larger than we imagined and yet somehow deep, meaningful, and magical.
The artist’s solo US museum debut at the Baltimore Museum of Art is a contemptuous, at times satirical, take on oppression that gives way to a new history.