Old literalizes the adage about how life passes you by in a flash, to horrifying effect.
Dancing in Real Life makes a strong case for recognizing the Greek painter as a pioneer of queer art.
Unlike Mutu’s Met commission, at the Legion of Honor, Mutu continues the reclamation processes into and throughout the museum.
Rest assured settlers, in NRO’s Indigenous future, “there is a place for you.”
The seven shorts of the anthology The Year of the Everlasting Storm are impressively varied, given the constraints under which they were made.
Initially conceived alongside the musician, Zoe Chait’s Noise memorializes the public and private lives of a figure whose tragic death earlier this year sent shockwaves through the music industry.
Collectively, the artists in Open Call present a series of equally localized and haptic meditations on what it takes to be present in an increasingly globalized world.
In Art Hiding in New York, you can explore the art all around a city that can’t seem to get enough of it.
A Poetics of the Press illustrates how invaluable firsthand accounts are to historicize a moment and medium.
After finding success in England, Forge walked away from everything he knew how to do and started over.
Funky and elegant by turn, Ann Agee’s ceramic Madonnas testify to an imagination run wild.
Gates joins ideas of labor, function, and property with aesthetic and art historical concerns.