a new yayoi kusama infinity room is coming to nyc
Get ready to get in line this fall.
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liz johnson artur discusses 25 years of capturing the beauty of the black british experience
The photographer reflects on her new exhibition 'If you know the beginning the end is no trouble' — a spiritual homecoming at the South London Gallery.
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'daisies' brought together emerging new york artists
The two-night exhibit featured work by Manon Macasaet, Richie Shazam and Eri Wakiyama.
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christina kruse's latest exhibition is all about balance
i-D talks to the artist and model about her new collection of sculptures on display now at the Helwaser Gallery in New York City.
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this exhibit examines how a new generation of artists remember stonewall
'Nobody Promised You Tomorrow: Art 50 Years After Stonewall' features 28 LGBTQ artists who were born after the 1969 uprising.
how a radical art collective continues to shape fashion 25 years later
The enigmatic New York temporary fashion brand Bernadette Corporation continues to make its transgressive force felt in the places you’d least expect.
inside virgil abloh's first museum exhibit
Now open at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, 'Virgil Abloh: Figures of Speech' spans the designer's work from fashion to architecture.
the best things to watch, see, and do this week
Your indispensable gui-De to leisure action in NYC, June 10 to 16.
these high school students are addressing climate change through art
"When people see my art, I want them to leave with a new found determination to help the environment."
heather benjamin draws the life of an untamable cowgirl
The artist's colorful new exhibit closely mirrors how she feels about herself.
suzanne lacy on making feminist art and why everyone should be an activist
"I tend to see activism as a human endeavor that goes along with citizenship. You can be an activist as a doctor, you can be activist as a psychotherapist, and you can be activist as an artist."
'we rise la' highlights the local art scene's commitment to mental health
From Ashley Lukashevsky's groundbreaking illustrations to Gabe Gault's mural of Nipsey Hussle, these works make a bold statement about systemic failures and how we can move forward.