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This week, two performance artists imitate Sarah Palin and Donald Trump, art critics do their thing live, an artist demonstrates his homemade musical instruments, and much more.
Which modern architecture icon makes a better cookie, Eero Saarinen's sleek TWA Terminal or Frank Lloyd Wright's spiraling Guggenheim Museum?
For many of us, although a decent chunk of our digital lives exists on our hard drives, it's easy to not give the unremarkable metal boxes that quietly sit on our desks or shelves much thought.
TOKYO — At the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo (MOT), the exhibit “Tokyo”: Sensing the Cultural Magma of the Metropolis reflects on the cultural life of the Japanese capital as it prepares for the 2020 Olympics.
The next time you find yourself hate-reading a fawning profile of a photogenic young Brooklyn potter whose hot-pink-rimmed wares are transforming the “stuffy world of ceramics into a cool new craft” (or something to that effect), navigate yourself away from there, and instead visit the website of the Museum of Contemporary Craft.
The deeds to Michelangelo's old Tuscan villa, a three-structure complex complete with Renaissance-age fixtures, functional wood-burning fireplaces, and an olive grove, could be yours for just $8,369,602.
The Tulsa Artist Fellowship is a program established by the George Kaiser Family Foundation to enhance the local art scene by retaining and recruiting artists to Tulsa, Oklahoma.
SAN FRANCISCO — I will admit that it had been a long day filled with mundane tasks — conference calls, email catch-up, copyediting — when I wandered into the exhibition Office Space, currently on view at Yerba Buena Center for the A...
Jigger Cruz is one of several young Filipino artists experimenting with new methods of painting, and his attempt to break with traditional representation yielded a new form of automatism.
MIAMI BEACH — For every skyscraper, zeppelin, airplane, or even lightbulb that demonstrated the progress of technology from the late-19th to mid-20th century, there were countless human bodies mangled, maimed, and electrified along the way.
Opposing the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement takes away the only effective nonviolent leverage that Palestinian society currently has.
The Art of Style paints a stunning portrait of Jacqueline de Ribes, superficially a woman who embodied glamor and grace, but a peek beneath the surface showcases the broader complexities of her as an individual and creator.
Probably not what you thought.
This week, 100 jokes that shaped modern comedy, the information of critic Lawrence Alloway, critics of China are not safe, giant dancing bears on Twitter, and more.
This week, Martin Shkreli, former CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals, invoked the Fifth Amendment before a House committee investigating the company's fiftyfold price increase of a decades-old drug.
I’ve long been fascinated by the various filters for Instagram and other digital camera apps whose names are simply years: 1969, 1972, 1977.
In November 1955, four days after Robert Frank was arrested, questioned and released in Arkansas under the suspicion of being a Communist spy, he took a photograph, ‘‘Trolley — New Orleans’’ (1955), that was included with eighty-two others in his justly famous book, The Americans, which – we should remember — was first published in France in 1958.
Recently, I strolled through Balthus's "The Street" (1933) at a recent retrospective of his work in Rome's Scuderie del Quirinale. Each time I see that remarkable, disturbing painting, I follow the drama of a different dreamer.
The lingering trauma of repression and the heady, disconcerting repercussions of freedom are tendrils that wend their way throughout Sala’s refined, giddy, somber body of work.
It’s an unsentimental portrait, to say the least.