“As a collection that’s interested in accessibility and letters, we look at one of the most democratic versions of letters that exists,” said Letterform’s Kate Long Stellar.
This month, a range of video essays about tech-related subjects and history.
Throughout her decades-long career, Fusco has laid bare the many mechanisms through which subjugated bodies are stripped of their agency.
The toy-like scale of LeDray’s art gives everything a glow of childhood play and fantasy while pushing it far away.
Art can be, and often is, a species of combat, a fight to the death.
Made from everyday materials, Lee’s sculptures feel approachable and familiar, reminiscent of home and imperfect human bodies.
Erika Doss’s new book Spiritual Moderns retells the story of modern art with a more honest look at how religion shaped it.
Grace and elegance abound in Kambui Olujimi’s paintings on the phenomenon of the dance marathon, but so too do rugged drama and discomfort.
David Diao uses Barnett Newman as a sounding board to explore his own fascination with the artist and the contradictory legacies of modernism.
What does it mean for a film addressing overtly political themes to remain apolitical?
Her exhibition +Home+ is a mediation on notions of home through the lens of her ancestors, lived experience, and the legacies we leave.
Her photography presents a compelling statement about the fine line between self-investigation and self-objectification.