Kwesi Abbensetts uses “revisionary self-appropriation” to make stunning portraits reflecting on race and identity.
Leighton Kelly brings it all out of his studio for this chaotic solo show.
A solo exhibition at NYU’s Grey Art Gallery explores Mark Mothersbaugh’s lesser known creative practice as a visual artist.
The Bronx-and-Tampa-based painter Ya Levy La'ford creates cyclical patterns to recall historical narratives.
'Andres Serrano: Selected Works 1984-2015' provokes and titillates at Jack Shainman Gallery.
Mary Judge’s repetitive floral drawings are an exercise in making something different from the same form.
'Vision Instruments,' Björn Schülke’s ongoing show at bitforms gallery, uses seemingly futuristic technology to make ultimately purposeless sculptural objects.
German artist Wolfgang Flad’s solo show at Reinhard Hauff fuses wood refuse and paper-mâché to make nature’s wildest forms.
The FBI kept extensive files on Sadie Barnette’s ex-Black Panther father, so she turned the declassified documents into art.
b 4 u, Charles Long’s ongoing solo exhibition at Tanya Bonakdar Gallery uses reflective artifices to explore what comes before life.
An Artist Gave Pre-Teens Thousands of Dollars to Do Whatever They Wanted—So They Made a Bounce House
Artist Pilvi Takala gave the creative reigns of a £7,000 Grant to a group of pre-teens in a London youth center. Here’s what happened.
Olek confronts the refugee crisis by exploding a kitschy representation of home.