“You left us with an invitation to love and live harder, to be one with nature and the cosmos, and to commit to the struggle holistically,” writes Shirine Saad in a letter to the late Lebanese-American painter and poet.
There isn’t enough discussion about the institutional structures that led to the exclusion of underrepresented artists from art history in the first place.
The Bay Area artist believed in shaping artists rather than relaying rules.
Hannah Wilke is part of an elastic history of bubble gum-as-art that started before her and continues to this day.
“And we’re brown, and Central American, and this is what’s up,” artist Liliana Castro explains.
Johns has repeatedly used one motif whose source has never been identified.
Imagine if Berthe Morisot had been known as Berthe Manet.
People say you should talk to the dying to reassure them, but words felt too pedestrian for this profound space of transition.
Two exhibitions by Patricia Satterlee have bookended the plague year.
It took me years to find the language to tell this story.
Tu Hongtao’s paintings revisit the traditions of Chinese painting while evading the perils of oversimplification and stagnation.
In the years leading up to Peter’s death, I would find myself on occasion writing down our dialogues, both past and present.