An Eerie Exhibition in London Serves Up a Smorgasbord of Fake Food
Anna Choutova opens her exhibition 'Let Them Eat Fake.'
This Apocalyptic Architecture Investigates Invisible Military Control
Asad Ullah Khan blends architecture with narrative to create new worlds.
An Impressionistic Animated Film Tells a Feminist Fairy Tale
Flush with festival accolades, 'The Girl Without Hands' makes its stateside theatrical debut.
6 Female Artists Demonstrate Pottery's Subversive Potential
A group show in London responds to a ceramics exhibit staged at the Whitney Museum in 1981.
A New Exhibit at the Tate Gives Voice to Civil Rights-Era Black Artists
'Soul of a Nation' looks at what it was like to be a black artist from 1963 to 1983.
Design Students Find Real-World Applications at Central Saint Martins
At Degree Show Two, it’s become fashionable to understand each another.
These LGBTQ+ Films Put Diverse Queer Voices on the Big Screen
This year's Sheffield Doc|Fest highlighted diversity in cinematic storytelling with a number of films focused on LGBTQ+ content.
Students Tackle Tech at Central Saint Martins Degree Show One
Final work by CSM arts students goes on display ahead of summer at Degree Show One.
London's Royal Academy of Arts Gets Witchy for Summer
One of Britain’s oldest arts institutions embraces pagan traditions in celebration of its Summer Exhibition.
Inter-Species Mailboxes Make a Different Kind of Human-Animal Connection
What do birds have to say about climate change?
A Photographer Manipulates Light to Mimic the Magic of Reality
André Distel is a self-taught photographer using digital tools to match the perceptive power of the human eye.
50 states of art
The Best Kid Artists in Arkansas Get a Museum Show
For more than 50 years, the Young Arkansas Artists exhibit has featured work by schoolchildren from Little Rock to Texarkana.