Brillon (Haida) breathes life into each piece of metal he crafts, conjuring sacred animals and preserving the legends of his people.
A new book about object making critically examines a written history of working with materials.
The first exhibition on 18th-century bronze chaser and gilder Pierre Gouthière at the Frick Collection brings together lavish examples of his work for the French court of Versailles.
The Frick Collection is adding an impressive cache of metal portraits to its collections.
A few years ago, in Sweden, a self-proclaimed “heavy metal addict” was awarded state disability benefits after having his obsession with the band Slayer classified as a handicap. It’s one of the weirder examples of the stigma attached to metal and other “extreme” music genres.