For over four decades, Carrie Mae Weems has used the camera to capture what it means to be alive in our time.
Intermedia artist Ewa Doroszenko’s practice is a graphic showcase of blending classic photography with digital manipulation and traditional painting.
Known for her monumental work made out of found wood objects, Louise Nevelson combined ancient forms with a modern sensibility.
The Affordable Art Fair, a forum for access and discovery, welcomes existing art collectors and newcomers alike.
Despite its premise, “Inventing Anna” perpetuates many of the issues it also denounces.
Multi-disciplinary artist Erna Rosenstein became a leading cultural voice in 20th century Poland through her surrealist masterpieces.
Art historian Yassana Croizat-Glazer reflects on ways different artists, including Artemisia Gentileschi, have represented women taking action in art.
The popular play “The Lehman Trilogy” offers a unique perspective, but its portrayal of women gives rise to important questions.
Andrea Bartine Caldarise’s paintings set out to tell a story. Open compositions filled with tension allow the viewer to blend in their own narrative.
Exploring a variety of themes, artist Mally Khorasantchi’s recent works highlight a range of emotional undercurrents and existential questions.
Everything about Traci Johnson’s work is remarkable, bold, and welcoming.
Rachael Wren paints moments in nature when form and space seem to mingle, when edges disappear and atmosphere becomes all-encompassing.
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.