Beautiful Repair: Mending in Art and Fashion at Copenhagen Contemporary explores the aesthetics of mending through the lens of art and fashion.
Yvette Mayorga demonstrates the efficiency of Rococo in articulating class distortions of US Latinx peoples.
Pedro Reyes Disarms in Santa Fe
By transforming guns into art and everyday objects, the artist hopes to transform culture itself.
My Travels in the Land of Winkfield
Trevor Winkfield’s modestly scaled acrylic paintings abound in puzzling, private symbols.
Mourning and Perseverance Stitched Into South African Tapestries
Members of the Keiskamma Art Project experiment with needlework to narrate pertinent histories, moments of communal grief and of vitality.
Keep an Eye Out for These Emerging Chicago Artists
Ground Floor at the Hyde Park Art Center is a sensitively curated selection of works by exceptionally promising young artists.
Progress Meets Paranoia in Home Invasion
Director Graeme Arnfield describes the notion of “a horror film waiting on your doorstep,” but his film seems to suggest it’s already in the house.
Brenda Goodman, Scars and All
The paradoxical combination of freedom and entrapment animates Goodman’s composition in her latest body of work.
Like a Bird on Barbed Wire
Felekşan Onar reimagines refugees as birds in search of utopia.
The Roman Empire Visualized in Infographics
A new book uses graphic design as a way to tell the story of Roman conquests, economy, and culture.
Making Mischief in Merry Old England
These rowdy, carnivalesque capers, and all this wild costuming, are about defiant displays of unreason, at odds with the dreary drone of the “voices of authority.”
Tender Snapshots of Philadelphia’s LGBTQ History
Selections from the Archives is itself a kind of artwork, a poetic space that opens new modes for seeing and feeling history.