Mickalene Thomas & Judith Bernstein Conversation

Installation shot of Cabinet of Horrors, Photos by Martin Parsekian.

This conversation between artists Mickalene Thomas and Judith Bernstein is excerpted from our catalog for Judith Bernstein’s ongoing exhibition Judith Bernstein: Cabinet of Horrors, on view through Sunday, February 4, 2018.

‘Proof: Francisco Goya, Sergei Eisenstein, Robert Longo’ at the Brooklyn Museum

Robert Longo (American, born 1953). Untitled (Ferguson Police, August 13, 2014), 2014. Charcoal on mounted paper, 86 x 120 in. (218.4 x 304.8 cm). © Robert Longo, The Broad Art Foundation. (Photo: Courtesy of the artist and Petzel, New York) The image may not be cropped or altered in any way, nor superimposed with any printing. Full credit must be given for the image.

Currently at the Brooklyn Museum, the traveling exhibition Proof: Francisco Goya, Sergei Eisenstein, Robert Longo—curated by Robert Longo in collaboration with Kate Fowle (Garage Museum of Contemporary Art) — is

Gilded Age Drawings at the Met

Thomas Eakins, Gross Clinic, 1875–76. India ink and watercolor on cardboard, 23 3/4 x 19 1/4 inches. Collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Rogers Fund, 1923.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art is currently showing a valuable arrangement of American works on paper from the late-nineteenth century, a period of time also known as the Gilded Age.

‘Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archive’ at MoMA

Installation view of Frank Lloyd Wright at 150: Unpacking the Archive. The Museum of Modern Art, New York, June 12–October 01, 2017. © 2017 The Museum of Modern Art. Photo: Jonathan Muzikar

Drawing is an essential part of architectural practice. In the digital age, most drawing is done through computer-aided design software, but the hand of the architect is still crucial. In

Hanne Darboven ‘Kulturgeschichte 1880–1983’ at Dia:Chelsea

Hanne Darboven, Installation view of Kulturgeschichte 1880–1983 , 1980–1983. Dia:Chelsea, New York. Hanne Darboven Foundation, Hamburg/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. Photograph by Bill Jacobson Studio, New York.

Hanne Darboven’s Kulturgeschichte 1880–1983 [Cultural History 1888–1983], 1980–83, currently on view at Dia:Chelsea’s 545 West 22nd Street location in New York City, is an important piece from the museum’s permanent

‘Louise Lawler: Why Pictures Now’ at MoMA

Installation view of Louise Lawler: WHY PICTURES NOW. The Museum of Modern Art, New York, April 30-July 30, 2017. © 2017 The Museum of Modern Art. Photo: Martin Seck.

Louise Lawler began her career as part of the Pictures Generation, a loosely-defined group of artists who came of age in the 1970s. Like other members of this group, Lawler