a new exhibit celebrates the life of james baldwin
‘God Made My Face: A Collective Portrait of James Baldwin,’ curated by Hilton Als, opens this week at the David Zwirner Gallery.
an rong photographs asian couples in love
'In America, it’s rare to see Asian Americans in love. Are we not supposed to be in love with each other?'
Keshia Naurana Badalge
this artist is using her dreamlike digital art to subvert the male gaze
Ram Han talks about sexual fantasies and feminism in South Korea.
yayoi kusama's infinity rooms are more than instagram opportunities
Australia's first permanent infinity room just got installed at the National Gallery of Australia, and it might be one of Kusama’s most nuanced, abstract works yet.
astrit ismaili transcends their body by building a new one
The Kosovar performance artist and curator's playful, public art is about the right to be undefined.
what went down at miami art week
Queer art, crafts and environmental imagination dominate this year’s festivities — but wait, why are we here again?
the artist tackling toxic masculinity through nude portrait sessions
Watch Daniel Crook's 'Precious Stones' series being made, in a film by Luka Fisher and Matthew Kaundart.
can virgil abloh conquer the art world?
"Three years ago no one in fashion wanted me to be in fashion. Now I turn up and they're like ‘It's Virgil the famous fashion designer’."
what do we mean when say ‘auntie’?
A new exhibition is an attempt to add depth and understanding to the colloquialism.
these self-portraits explore what it means to be a queer black man in america
In ‘Flash of the Spirit’, Lyle Ashton Harris reimagines the erotic, explores ritual, and confronts Transatlantic notions of beauty through the animation of West African masks.
meet 3 queer brazilian artists reclaiming their african roots
Castiel Vitorino Brasileiro, Davi de Jesus, and Vitória Cribb tell us how they are reclaiming their blackness through art.
the untold story of walter pfeiffer's career as an artist
Before he was one of the world’s most in-demand photographers, Walter Pfeiffer was spent years working on drawings and paintings in relative obscurity in Zürich. A new book compiles these largely unseen works for the first time.
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