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9.14.18

The Photos Challenging What a Muslim Woman Should Look Like

Catching up with Canadian photographer Alia Youssef at her first exhibition of 'The Sisters Project.'

3.6.18

A Bizarre Photo Series Flips Off Consumerism and Food Porn

We spoke to photographer David Brandon Geeting about his new show 'Amusement Park.'

2.8.18

Stories of Real-Life Heroes, Not Politics, Empower This Advocacy Group

How 'I Am Your Protector' brings together traditional enemies for peace and a better world through achieving common ground.

1.18.18

The Artists Representing Puerto Rico After Hurricane Maria

Artists occupied an abandoned mall in downtown Miami to showcase their work and highlight the plight of Puerto Rico.

11.27.17

The Military Is Burning Art from Guantanamo That the World Should See

An exhibition of detainee art has the Pentagon riled, but destroying it is a cruel form of censorship.

8.17.17

Doggone Cute Pics From America's First Art Show for Dogs

The first ever dOGUMENTA left its visitors' tails wagging.

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7.28.17

A Sylvia Plath Retrospective Finally Puts Her Visual Art on Display

Little known fact: Plath was an art major before she switched to English.

7.16.17

This Creepy AI Artwork is Programmed to Learn and Adapt Itself

Who is the artist? The AI creators or the AI itself?

7.16.17

The Museum of Capitalism Exposes the Cost of Our Collective Greed

Turns out we take a lot of terrible things for granted.

7.7.17

John O'Reilly on the Literary Muses That Shaped His 50-Year Art Career

A new exhibition at the Worcester Art Museum surveys 85 of O’Reilly’s photomontage and collage works.

6.23.17

One Year of Sobriety, Caught in Exhilarating Photos

Nick Lipton’s new photo book is a reflection on his first year sober—and even sans booze, it's a wild ride.

6.19.17

We're Having a Very NSFW Art Show at the Museum of Sex

On June 21st, you'll be able to experience 'NSFW Female Gaze,' co-curated by Creators and the Museum of Sex.

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