Let’s talk chicken bones, concrete, and glitter! Scholars, artists, preservationists, educators, art historians, collectors & devotees will delve into the complex subject of artist-built environments during a three-day conference, September 27-29, 2017, at the John Michael Kohler Arts Center.
An exhibition at David Klein Gallery brings together Buchanan’s evocative shack constructions and pastel drawings.
A pair of exhibitions at Kavi Gupta gallery places the artist’s paintings and sculptures in dialogue with arrangements of objects from his personal collections.
An exhibition at the Museum of Sex is the first to bring together sexually charged works by outsider artists.
The Gnostics believed that a demiurge, a being violently hostile to all things spiritual, rules the material world. Its control of things is now nearly absolute.
Andrew Edlin Gallery is exhibiting the wood carvings of the late John Byam, a self-taught artist who transformed his daydreams into sculpture.
The Margaret Z. Robson Collection is the institution’s largest acquisition of its kind in two decades.
FOYIL, Okla. — In 1937, art teacher Ed Galloway began his retirement project: a 90-foot-tall totem pole rising from the back of a big blue turtle.
HAMTRAMCK, Mich. — Outsider artists walk a fine line between being perceived as inspired or insane.
This October, a phantasmagoric art environment in rural western Georgia will reopen following two years of conservation.
The rough finishes and loose poses of Elie Nadelman’s sculptures of circus performers, pianists, and dancers were influenced by his incredible collection of folk art.
NANTES, France — Benjamin Franklin’s maxim that “you can do anything you set your mind to” could not ring truer for the French self-taught filmmaker and artist Guy Brunet.