18 of the biggest names in contemporary art tackle the surprisingly difficult question.
For the debut of "Know Nothing," the video artist sets aside her bodega art style, opting for high-production value horror in the manner of "The Dark Crystal."
For Art Basel, the Mexican-American sculptor has made a spinning installation fashioned from beads, cardboard, and costume jewelry.
We spoke with curators at the Museum of Sex, along with the designer Maripol, about the sexual provocations of New York City's seedy past.
For the brand’s latest collaborative project, she shot a cadre of long-limbed models in black bodysuits and bug-eyed shades.
An essay by the artist Barbara Kruger excerpted from "Andy Warhol—From A to B and Back Again" published this month by Yale University Press.
We traversed the United States to track down some of the legendary silkscreens—and their equally legendary subjects—to hear the stories behind the portraits that defined a generation.
Their latest exhibition, 'The Ballad of Saint Jerome,’ opens this month at Tate Britain.
"FOX: * I can’t imagine this interview is going to be of any interest to anyone."
The artist Richard Bernstein served as a surrogate for the very particular vision of Andy Warhol’s Interview magazine by creating covers that captured the blur of New York City’s highlife from 1972 through 1988 now on display at Jeffrey Deitch Gallery through the end of October.
by rob pruitt
You know John Waters, the raunchy, riotous film director. But do you know the hilarious, icon-bashing visual artist who’s been setting ablaze art galleries for the past three decades? This fall, Baltimore’s most famous (and twisted) native son hosts his first art retrospective.
Performance artist Mette Ingvartsen is a student of the (sometimes) sinister history of human sexuality
by Haley Weiss
The Danish performance artist puts our private sex lives and pornographic fantasies on full, uninhibited display.