In this way, she frees everyday objects of their purpose.
The master and inventor of the media dance genre is nowhere near done exploring the dizzy interconnections of our media-saturated social landscape.
by Jane Gayduk
In a series of paintings for the New Museum's Triennial, the blind artist explores the fluidity of their gender perception.
His new exhibit at the International Center of Photography challenges ideas of state secrecy and security.
by Trey Taylor
The filmmaker and Russian photographer dialed each other up to dissect the word “faggot,” Fassbinder actors and the social aspects of using Grindr.
by Cedar Pasori
“Town to Town” depicts eclectic characters from over 200 towns across the U.K.
by Rachel Hodin
A year after Donald Trump’s inauguration, these eight artists aren’t backing down.
The uncompromising artist tackles oppressive travel structures laid out in the Green Book for his latest show, “Sanctuary.”
His new show at Lyles & King takes stock of the hyperreal.
The multimedia artist works in a pastel color palette to explore complicated themes in his pieces.
by Ezra Marcus
We talked to the visionary creator about everything from aliens to Jake Paul.
by Mark Jacobs
The youngest son of a famous art-collecting family has established his own gallery close to the sand and surf of Los Angeles.