As a free, powerful, and unpredictable woman, the witch has long been a crucible for mainstream society’s darkest fears.
Touch Me Not from Fulgur Limited is the first color facsimile of a vividly bizarre 18th-century manuscript of the black magical arts.
The Visitation brought an immersive play on 17th-century witchcraft to the Wyckoff House, the oldest home in New York City.
The first major exhibit on the Cornell University Witchcraft Collection opens Halloween, and explores the persecution of women through its historic objects.
Christie’s is auctioning a rare 1692 deposition from the Salem witch trials that helped sentence an elderly widow to death.
In the 15th century, the image of the witch flying on a broomstick first appeared, its meaning laden with sexual and spiritual depravity.
In 2013, a blue plaque, the historic marker of British heritage, was bestowed, for the first time, on the home of a witch.
Sleep for early modern Europeans was a time to be wary of demons and other dangers of the night.
MIAMI — &gallery is a small space that, if crowded, requires lots of shuffling and peering over shoulders.
Moving Image would be Emily Dickinson’s favorite art fair.