From creating plaster bandage impressions of her own body to incorporating medical devices, Nicki Cherry’s pieces delve into the depths of pain and healing.
Mixed-media artist Adia Millett removes, cuts and sews to unfold stories
Process-oriented artist Adia Millett explores themes of identity, history, and interconnectivity.
Gallerist Monya Rowe on showing strong voices and trusting your own eye
Despite showing a roster of mostly female artists and not focusing specifically on gender, gallerist Monya Rowe can’t wait for the day when showing more women than men is not unusual.
Mapping Intangibles: Talking about “Site Lines” with Rachael Wren
In “Site Lines,” open through May 12 at The Shirley Project Space in Brooklyn, Wren continues to captivate viewers, transporting them to a world of sensory wonder.
Painter Kate Wallace’s small paintings depict fragmented snapshots of distance and memory
Chinatown’s Leila Greiche gallery presented Kate Wallace’s 11 new oil paintings in “the curve that warms.”
Art Series of Identity Invention by Parker Day
Los Angeles-based fine art photographer Parker Day is one of the most original voices in the contemporary scene.
The Mother-Daughter Duo Behind Design Studio OM Editions Explains How Covid-19 Shaped Their Mission
OM Editions founders Orianna and Patricia Morrison explain how the pandemic reshaped our sense of style—and home.
The Embodied Art of Maria Lassnig
Austrian artist Maria Lassnig evoked the raw power of the body. In recent years, she is finally becoming recognized for her significant contributions.
The Quiet Triumph of Mary Cassatt
Impressionist Mary Cassatt deepened our understanding of maternal connections. Learn more about how she opened up art to new realms of being.
The French Master Suzanne Valadon
Suzanne Valadon was a woman of many firsts, storming into the top echelons of French art and planting her flag as one of the most important painters of the early 20th century.
Sarah Goodridge and the Art of Miniature Portraits
This 19th-century master of portrait miniatures is not widely remembered today, but her well-observed work and the daring life she lived still have so much to teach us.
Lydia Nobles’ “As I Sit Waiting” Amplifies the Conversation Around Abortion Rights
With a focus on diversity and shared experiences, “As I Sit Waiting” by Lydia Nobles examines the complex issues surrounding abortion rights.
Antonia Wright’s Miami Solo Exhibition Lays Bare the Reproductive Rights Crisis
Artist Antonia Wright places her own body at the center of her art projects, fusing her womanhood—her humanity—in the work itself.
Master of Line and Color: Ellen Berkenblit Paints with an Eye for Drama
Ellen Berkenblit has spent more than 30 years breaking down conceptual walls with her paintings.