For our annual photo issue, Cindy Sherman, the shape-shifting artist, shares two images from her archives.
Playing dress up and shooting self-portraits at her parents' house in the suburbs coaxed Meryl Meisler out of the closet and into herself.
A trippy workshop in Brooklyn challenged people to keep their personal information private from data mongering companies.
'Once Upon a Time,' the three-decade survey of the photographer's work, is her first New York show since her seminal MoMA retrospective in 2012.
Cameron Amelia calls herself a "professional mess-maker" with a "penchant for sadomasochism."
The DIY punk scene meets radical feminism in this anonymous multi-disciplinary artist’s work.
This is the acclaimed artist’s first retrospective in Los Angeles in nearly 20 years.
UK artist Eleanor Macnair’s Play-Doh history of photography ensures you’ll never see these classic images the same way again.
A rare show features work from famous artists, like Rauschenberg, Warhol, Prince, and Sherman, alongside that of their successful assistants, including George Condo, Christopher Wool, and Margaret Lee.
And Johnny Depp as Donald Trump signals a happy President's Day for all!
Old works resurface after a young artist finds Sherman's "Bus Riders" series problematic.
Makeup has long been an important aspect of performance art, but it’s recently taken on a new dimension, infiltrating the world of YouTube beauty tutorials to hilarious and disarming effect.