tarah douglas talks about safe spaces, space for grief, and space for responding to the world.
The exhibition displays Kahlo's persona: photographs, jewelry, clothing, makeup, home relics and sketches done by her and of her.
Where his previous work evoked comfort and shared domestic spaces, in this show, Fratino has expanded his gaze outward.
Gottschalk invites you into her world with a warning: you may find what you see and hear disturbing, and you may find it unbearably alluring.
At the Brooklyn Museum's Do Ho Suh’s "The Perfect Home II" with the literary salon, "Go Home!" the concept of a living space expanded.
Gabrielle Jensen talks to Willard Klein about mutant sperm, preformation, Klein's recent show at MX Gallery, works in progress, and more.
At its best, art can spur change in itself; it can shift discourse, inspire protest and even destabilize the mechanisms of oppression. Right?
Artists Katie Giritlian and Esteban Jefferson speak to Taylor Fisch about family archives and their new collaboration for prompt:.
A sense of mutual isolation suffuses Katherine Bradford's visions of containment and longing in her latest solo show at Canada.
Panel discussions and gallery-produced artist texts are now ubiquitous fixtures of the art world. Who are they for?