Swedish artist Hilma af Klint was a true visionary, pioneering abstract art several years before Wassily Kandinsky and Piet Mondrian.
The works of artists Katrina Bello and Bovey Lee highlight key themes about immigration, identity, and family.
Author Carmen Mola has received a major prize in publishing, but her true identity has left many readers with unanswered questions.
This essay is part of “Bliss,” an exhibition that asks a group of artists to tell their viewers what bliss, or its loss, means to them.
Painter Natasha Wright is not interested in conventional ideas surrounding beauty—her work seeks to present women in a strong and powerful way.
Witches and deadly creatures have existed in popular culture for centuries. Art historian Yassana Croizat-Glazer examines their relationship at a particular moment in time.
Live theater is making a return but many of the same gender stereotypes exist even in more avant-garde shows.
Trans artist Poppy DeltaDawn believes in evolution and pliability. Her work is a reminder of impermanence and the constant transformation of bodies.
Artist Alyssa McClenaghan uses materials typically found in construction to examine concepts of labor, femininity, and gender.
Mel Reese’s work is built on a visual lexicon of abstract forms that simplify her own understanding of the world’s complexities.
Brooklyn-born artist Lorna Simpson rose to fame in the 1980s as a pioneer in conceptual photography.
Closing this Weekend: Art writer Morgan Everhart selected six exceptional female artists during this September’s Armory Week in NYC.
“Nine Days,” the first feature film from Japanese-Brazilian Director Edson Oda asks audiences to consider what it means to live a full life.
Artist and AWT contributor Morgan Everhart recently completed a flower mural off of Grand and Suffolk Streets in the Lower East Side that commemorates the community’s perseverance through the pandemic. The communal…