This year's edition of juggernaut art fair Frieze London finds space to tackle sexual politics, institutional racism, and environmental angst but—customary brain Frieze aside—still manages to leave us feeling upbeat.
Was it censorship? The artist and activist on moving her "Resist" flag for Creative Time to a different flagpole.
'Sexy Beast, A Benefit for Planned Parenthood' honors filmmaker Dawn Porter and features an auction with works by over 40 artists.
The fat and orange cat, Maray, has his own name plaque at the Serpukhov Historical and Art Museum and Snowden's track, produced with Jean-Michel Jarre, is over 6 minutes long and is called "Exit."
In this episode of Broadly Meets, host Lauren Oyler sits down with Marilyn Minter to talk about the process behind the artist's erotic imagery.
This is what happens when two iconic feminist artists have a conversation in a room full of twentysomethings.
Inside '(em) POWER DYNAMICS: Exploring the Modes of Female Empowerment and Representation in America.'
Also: Marilyn Minter says, “the art world loves young bad boys and old ladies,” and a gallery is getting sued for looking like a massage parlor.
We caught up with the inimitable painter about her impending retrospective, which she says is "about the overlooked."
Photos by Roe Ethridge, Collier Schorr, Ryan McGinley, and Marilyn Minter.