The Museum of Modern Art recently acquired Faith Ringgold’s extremely violent, 12-foot-wide painting “American People Series #20: Die” (1970), which will be the focus of her conversation tonight
Suzanne Wright’s cut-ups transform flat two-dimensional space into wormholes that transport you to the utopic order of 1960s United States during the Space Race.
I like the challenge of being uncomfortable, inquisitive, and a little nervous, but not fearful...
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I often hear the platitude that art thrives when artists are forced into action by life or death necessity.
It’s these places that Burton recreates with his signature art style—each scene shades of a single color, a heavy mist hanging over it all—which is intended to blur the edges between objects, to
To coincide with the November issue of Artforum on art and politics, artforum.com presents artists Carrie Mae Weems, Matthew Weinstein, Marilyn Minter, Hans Haacke, Nadia Ayari, Nancy Chunn, and
The filmic works of artist Moyra Davey hold the intimacy of a letter—inviting one in, as though offering a personal encounter—while maintaining a scripted distance.
Mockrin’s paintings borrow liberally, and often directly, from the late Baroque period; her work is people with androgynes in rococo dress...
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Some highlights of the exhibition include Teddy Cruz’s San Diego affordable housing project titled 'Living Rooms at the Border'...All these examples, spanning from buildings to commons, objects
This fall, the Pollock-Krasner Foundation gave Joelle Dietrick an award to support her studio production during the 2016–2017 academic year before she goes to Hamburg, Germany for her Fulbright Glo