Katherine Dunn died this week, but her work—especially the incredible novel "Geek Love"—spoke to everyone who thought of themselves as an outsider or weirdo.
Molly Crabapple went to the Domiz refugee camp in Iraqi Kurdistan to record the stories of Syrians forced from their homes by war and suffering.
The 32-year-old Egyptian artist's first New York solo show takes on police brutality and the crimes committed by the American government.
In New York State's Human Trafficking Intervention Courts, prostitutes might be called victims, but they're still arrested, still handcuffed, and still held in cages.
Police kill. They get away with it. They kill again. Eventually, you realise that this process is not a bug in the system but a feature.
We must leave space for irreverence, for non-didacticism, for hard questions, for the humanity of everyone
Being watched all the time affects how we act.
Abu Dhabi and the dark side of high art.
Young Syrians are cobbling together a future in the wasteland of refugee camps.
As he announced the construction of a Trump-branded golf course and luxury villas in the UAE.
Retouched or not, photos are already lies.
Courtrooms are violence stage where justice is rarely found.