Something in this era of AI-generated art feels debased, devalued. That something is me, the artist.
More than 50 national and international exhibitors will showcase artist’s books, art catalogs, print ephemera, and more at PPABF in Claremont, California.
Alys Tomlinson traveled between Sardinia, Sicily, and the islands of the Venetian lagoon to document traditional community festivals.
sTo Len, whose fascination with waste removal started when he was a child, is the agency’s current artist in residence.
The exhibition celebrates Linda McCartney’s 30-year, barrier-breaking career and her connection to Tucson.
The burial ground resurfaced in 2006, when construction crews working on the New Museum’s extension found human remains.
An art collector accidently shattered a $42,000 “Balloon Dog” by Koons at an art fair in Miami.
The large-scale installation in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, explores motherhood, the legacy and trauma of slavery, and Black temporality.
Shuffling between a tattoo-parlor-slash-glory-hole and vibey sound chandeliers, I was reminded of the artistry and creativity this show welcomes.
Despite reports of booming business and a more open art world, much of it remains opaque.
New works by the inaugural Whitney Artist-in-Residence and the Georgette and Richard Koopman Distinguished Chair in the Visual Arts will be on view at the University of Hartford’s Galleries.
A video shared online shows a swastika that appears to transform into an emblem of the Islamic Republic taped to a fence in front of the museum.
This week, a new portrait of André Breton, the problem with painted shadows, the story of a misidentified 19th-century potter, and more.
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Noah Fischer’s work highlights intersections between economic and social inequity and art institutions. His sculpture, drawing, performance, writing, and organizing practice fluctuate between object making… More by Noah Fischer