Extraordinary discoveries, rogue tourists, and moments of institutional failure and abuse of power defined a topsy-turvy year in visual culture.
David Diao uses Barnett Newman as a sounding board to explore his own fascination with the artist and the contradictory legacies of modernism.
This week, homeschooling’s seedy underbelly, penguins taking “microsleeps,” the history of hats, and why are TikTokers quitting vaping?
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.
From orcas to Barbie to Girl Dinner, here’s to the viral moments that brought a smile to our faces — or a flash of karmic justice.
Sugimoto’s photographs remind us of the sacredness of images in a time of image over-saturation.
What can drawing do that other mediums cannot, and when is it a preliminary sketch and when is it a final product?
In El abrazo, Morelos balances spectacle and substance, offering visitors plenty to touch and to ponder.
We asked two scholars about the strange depictions of fauna and why they’ve become a viral phenomenon.
This week, artist studios in Buenos Aires, Ohio, Calabasas, and Ojai, California.
The Pakistan-born, Texas-based artist creates energetic works underpinned by a pervasive sense of threat.