Frida Kahlo Showed Me a Shape-Shifting Vision of My Mexicanidad
Tokens of Frida Kahlo's imagination made real through her body and art are now on display at the Brooklyn Museum.
Does Black Power Have an Artistic Aesthetic?
The Brooklyn Museum's new Soul of a Nation exhibit shows how artists of the era grappled with the timeless question.
To Fight Racism Within Museums, They Need to Stop Acting Like They're Neutral
The art world is full of the longstanding, racist histories that have affirmed white supremacy.
Finally, a Museum Exhibit That Looks Like You: Latinx and Radical
The Brooklyn Museum’s latest exhibition 'Radical Women: Latin American Art, 1960-1985' is full of examples of self-expression.
Georgia O'Keeffe's Life, Work, and Wardrobe Come to the Brooklyn Museum
'Georgia O’Keeffe: Living Modern' is part of the Brooklyn Museum’s yearlong celebration of feminist thinking.
Food, Porn, and Iggy Pop at the Brooklyn Museum
A Marilyn Minter retrospective and an Iggy Pop nude drawing class kick off a year of feminism.
12 Things We Learned from Ai Weiwei’s Return to Brooklyn
The prolific Chinese artist sat down with Cuban artivist Tania Bruguera for a conversation at the Brooklyn Museum.
How the Brooklyn Museum Cares for Its Collection | Conservation Lab
From rescuing George Washington, to repairing ancient papyrus scrolls, the caretakers of the Brooklyn Museum’s collection gave us a tour of their inner sanctum.
The First-Ever Artist-Run Super PAC Wants Your Vote
For Freedoms Political Action Committee is trying to redefine the 2016 Presidential Election.
Artists Preserve Nelson Mandela's Legacy with 95 Unique Posters
From boxer to president, Mandela's life is celebrated through graphic design.
'Divine Felines' Are the Stars of This Exhibit
The Cincinnati Art Museum presents a look at felines through the ages.
Questlove and Tom Sachs: "Creativity Is the Enemy"
At the Brooklyn Museum, Questlove and Tom Sachs discussed the point at which creativity begins to harm art.