The art historical meta-narrative canonized by the Louvre Museum converts all artworks into specimens of their cultural moment. No wall tag can fix this.
In the past year, this small Canadian arts organization organized a COVID-19 mutual aid initiative for independent Indigenous curators, and is challenging its institutional partners to step up.
TheTwenty Twentyexhibition at the Aldrich uses using hand drawing to record and describe the cascade of catastrophes that made 2020 feel like an entire decade.
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Aitken’s exhibition “Flags and Debris” is informed by a dialectic of embodiment and absence.
The dizzying effect of Nelson’s two-sided paintings brings to mind the sensory overload of living in a city.
Long after I leftRobert Grosvenor and David Novrosat Paula Cooper, certain works floated up in my memory, calling me to return.
“Something in this painting seemed to change over the course of 2020.”
This week, artists reflect on quarantining from their studios in Oregon, New Mexico, and New Jersey.
Kubra Khademi honors the “below-the-belt” language used by many Afghan women.
When traders on r/wallstreetbets started bankrupting short sellers of GameStop and AMC stock, social media rejuvenated imagery stretching back to the 19th century.
This is what Black feminist archival care work looks like.