Art Writer Morgan Everhart selected five of the best female-driven art exhibitions to see in New York City this May.
Women have long changed the course of art history. From Rembrandt to Duchamp, these are the artists who made their name by painting female nudes.
Online art show “OFF CANVAS” invites viewers to think about—and beyond—the limits of canvas.
Poetry has always had the power to engage the oppressed. Right now, we are seeing poetry in its barest and rawest form.
Yassana Croizat-Glazer and Morgan Everhart have partnered to donate artworks with proceeds going to ABC and NAACP.
Entitled “Stretching Arms,” this exhibition highlights artists that structure their work with self-compassion and reflection.
An Italian-born artist Maïmouna Guerresi explores cultural diversity, Islamic spirituality and mysticism, and the roots between mother and child.
Former MET curator Yassana Croizat-Glazer on her practice as an art advisor and her perspective on the current art market.
Artist and AWT columnist Morgan Everhart in conversation with Chinese fellow artist Xiaofu Wang about her strategy for surviving during COVID-19.
Ali Sahmel’s Pegasus Prints is pushing silkscreens into new territories and creating alternative avenues for women in the art world.
An interview between the artist and the curator Katie Hector.
Feb 26–May 2: “Young, Gifted and Black,” a NYC exhibition of 50 contemporary works of emerging artists that explore race, class, politics and human dignity.
Winter Solstice is a curated space celebrating the spirit of the season at The William Vale Plaza in NY from Dec. 18–22 with brands we love.
Commissioning Editor Rebecca Morrill shares insights on “Great Women Artists” and how it can help to shift the conversation.