A love of Black art and history was the bedrock of the friendship between Dell Marie Hamilton and Susan Denker, who had markedly different racial, economic, and generational subject positions.
With what he says is his final museum bow, Fitzpatrick shines a light on the colorful diversity that composes his city.
Brink is not a fun book, and it shouldn’t be.
It is precisely Moon’s openness to using any source that makes her work flamboyant, captivating, odd, funny, smart, uncanny, comically monstrous, and unsettling. And, most of all, over the top.
Tensions between resistance to Surrealism as cultural imperialism and the embrace of it as a universalist vision of freedom unfettered run through the show.
Imagining the photographic print as a singular art object.
Thomas was a major artist who in her lifetime was unjustly denied the acclaim she merited. This show is a brave beginning.
For years, Fueki has been quietly creating a singular body of mind-bending work that has never fit into the New York art world.
Penélope Cruz and Milena Smit play two new mothers from very different backgrounds in the Spanish director’s latest study in female interiority.
In Colette Lumière’s world, the theatricality of Versailles meets the punk ethos of the Sex Pistols.
An exhibition spanning the 16th century to the present displays pastels in all their lush, radiating color.
Using magical realism and never taking the expected approach, Georgian director Alexandre Koberidze asks viewers to take more notice of the world around them.