Natasha Wright is a New Zealand-born artist based in New York City. Natasha has exhibited in the United States and internationally. Her large-scale paintings fuse figuration and abstraction. Wright’s work explores the…
Thriller “Home at Night” Explores the Dating Stories That Aren’t Often Told
Online dating is a common experience, but one that isn’t often explored in very complex ways in media or art.
How the Guerrilla Girls Changed the Conversation Around Art and Activism
After more than 40 years of activism and high-profile works of art, the legacy of the Guerrilla Girls continues to endure.
Anne of Green Gables vs. Jo March: How They’ve Shaped Perceptions of Girlhood
The heroines of “Anne of Green Gables” and “Little Women” have inspired generations of young girls, but their messages are actually quite different.
Embracing Witchcraft: Five Books About Women Stepping Into their Power
Women have been labeled witches for centuries, but the term also carries power. From the 14th century to the present moment, these books explore the nuances of that power.
Artist Yujin Son Explores Spirituality Through Artificial Intelligence
Mixed-media artist Yujin Son’s work conveys a state of meditation that alters the viewer’s mindset and aims to provide a feeling of boundlessness.
Layers of Identity: Akiko Kotani’s Half-Century Contribution to Redefining Fiber Arts
Curator Rangsook Yoon brings to light the layers of Japanese painter and weaver Akiko Kotani’s work which the artist consciously assembled over five decades.
The (In)Visibility of Border Violence
Border violence is a growing area of concern across the world. Literary scholar Dr. Olga Michael shares insights on how it is perceived in the West.
Carrie Mae Weems and the Art of Inclusion
For over four decades, Carrie Mae Weems has used the camera to capture what it means to be alive in our time.
Polish Artist Ewa Doroszenko Examines Beauty Standards in Between Artificiality and Reality
Intermedia artist Ewa Doroszenko’s practice is a graphic showcase of blending classic photography with digital manipulation and traditional painting.
Louise Nevelson’s Art and Legacy
Known for her monumental work made out of found wood objects, Louise Nevelson combined ancient forms with a modern sensibility.
Fair Director Erin Schuppert Shares Her 7 Picks for the Affordable Art Fair This Week
The Affordable Art Fair, a forum for access and discovery, welcomes existing art collectors and newcomers alike.
Why “Inventing Anna” Does Nothing Inventive—and How to Rethink Our Obsession With Consumerism
Despite its premise, “Inventing Anna” perpetuates many of the issues it also denounces.
Post-War Artist Erna Rosenstein: Exploring Surrealism, Trauma, and Whimsy
Multi-disciplinary artist Erna Rosenstein became a leading cultural voice in 20th century Poland through her surrealist masterpieces.