When I arrived for Sketch Night at the Society of Illustrators, I was directed to the third floor to pay admission at the bar. The space of the room was moderate
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.
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
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.
Ivan Velez: Bronx Haiku is a retrospective at the Bronx Museum of Art displaying cartoon and activist work by Ivan Velez on view through this Sunday, October 22. The exhibition
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
On view at the New Museum of Contemporary Art through September 10, a retrospective exhibition of rebellious paintings and drawings by Carol Rama (1918–2015) showcases the images of female desire,
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 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
A series of thirty eye-popping, evocative works on paper have staked their claim in the mezzanine gallery of the Studio Museum in Harlem. Produced over the last decade, Rico Gatson’s seemingly