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.
it’s time to talk about the lesbian reader of lolita
Vladimir Nabokov made it clear this book had nothing in it for me, but I read on. Here's why.
kehinde wiley's new show celebrates the transgender women of tahiti
His aesthetically impactful series focuses on the Māhū community, whose once-respected legacy was quashed by 19th-century Christian missionaries.
the whitney biennial shows the fragmented state of the american political climate
The artists featured are more diverse than ever, but a looming sense of resignation underscores just how fraught with politics the museum is right now.
wendy red star's art celebrates the indigenous roots of feminism
Her new exhibit explores Native American ideologies and the forgotten history of the Crow tribe.
this new exhibition examines the relationship between books and design
'Errata: Books Do Furnish a Room' at Mask Books brings Spanish artists to NYC to question the physical condition of books and design objects.
the augmented reality artists behind your favourite instagram filters
That Snapchat fad that shows you what you look like as the opposite sex is just the tip of the AR iceberg.
kelela talks to america's boldest young playwright
Jeremy O. Harris discusses race, creativity and theatre with the musician.
paris hilton is the greatest performance artist of our time
For the inaugural edition of Philippa Snow’s brand new column, TMZ Theory, she explores Paris's life as artistic performance, and examines the similarities between her and the singer/internet artist Naomi Elizabeth, who has perfected a pop bimbo persona.
step inside these 'portals' to connect with diverse communities around the world
Shipping containers posing as 'Portals' allow you to FaceTime strangers in over 40 locations, from New York City to Tehran.