The “Patria y Vida” video is spreading like wildfire in Cuba and Miami, a sign of widespread discontent on the island as well as unity among Cubans.
The artist’s landmark experimental text, Between, now reissued, remains one of a kind more than three decades after its publication.
The most incandescent of invectives now feel like simple statements of fact.
The artist stretched constructs of authority and authorship to impel the viewer’s awareness and participation.
Before he turned 30, it was clear that Saul had found his subject: an American society deeply rooted in consumerism, pervasive racism, and toxic masculinity.
What can we say about an image that understood Trump’s root persona early on, and froze it in time?
Minerva Cuevas exposes the contradictions of the socioeconomic systems that rule our daily life in her first solo show in New York.
Kong’s background as a recent Chinese immigrant and, especially, a former investigative reporter help account for the exhibition’s methods and mood.
Artist Domenic Esposito and gallerist Fernando Luis Alvarez delivered the giant sculpture to the doorstep of drugmaker Purdue Pharma.
Daniel Pešta’s paintings refute the conventions of classical beauty but their nightmarish imagery can be exquisite.
Drawing on many genres and styles, Vo meditates on history, freedom, love, faith, and death.
Petr Pavlensky fled Russia in 2017, but late last year he was arrested after setting fire to France’s central bank. The subsequent legal proceedings have been cloaked in secrecy.