Despite an interest in art from a young age, American folk artist Grandma Moses didn’t begin her artistic career until she was 78 years old.
Entitled “Stretching Arms,” this exhibition highlights artists that structure their work with self-compassion and reflection.
In Pinto’s “Mother Boat” exhibition, artists reference the influx of discarded plastic. AWT shows an exclusive preview and conversation with the artists.
Figurative painter Sam Rueter lets women present their story the way they want it to be seen.
Print Aid is a limited edition of silkscreen printed works by Caris Reid, Kim Dorland and Jennifer Caviola to support artists affected by COVID-19.
An interview between the artist and the curator Katie Hector.
ICOM seeks to bring to light the relationship between politics and art.
Visual artist Camille Hoffman shares insights on art-making and empowering others to shine.
One woman’s exploration of her calling as both woman and artist.
A look inside the work and lives of East Village artists at Painting Space 122.
Denigrated by the Nazis, lauded by black intellectuals, embraced by the apartheid-era government, and fitting in everywhere and nowhere, the essence of the noted South African artist is hard to distill—and she’d probably like it that way.
Tel Aviv designer Naama Agassi discusses her trophy design for the iphiGenia Gender Design Award and why it’s based on starfish.
Taking chances isn’t always easy, but artist Genevieve Cohn believes embracing uncertainty can lead to amazing things.
We’re talking with Betty Tompkins and Sara Kay, two women in the contemporary art world, about how things have changed since decades past.