Robles-Gordon’s new body of work poses tough questions and explores colonialism and imperialism, global anti-blackness, child welfare, and animal cruelty.
Embedding images in hot wax and preserving moments in glass, artist Carla Perez conveys a sense of multiplicity and depth.
Sixteenth-century courtesan Veronica Franco was an early champion of women’s rights. Five centuries later, her legacy endures.
Reimagining the concept of landscape, Katherine Tzu-Lan Mann’s “Murmuration” shows an exploration of identity, environment, and mythology.
Karma Bint Abbas’ first solo exhibition is an innovative voyage that transcends boundaries and fosters a deeper connection between every heart.
Painter Brianna Bass’s work explores the order of form and the static of randomness.
Kako Ueda shares the research that underpins her new work “Tori Tori Tori,” and the influences that have tied into her time constructing with paper.
Clare Gemima spoke with photographer Bethany Jacobson about her new show at EV Gallery.
Writer Micaela Brinsley contends with artists, their history, and exploring art through their own gaze.
Jodi Hays does not only stay close to her family but keeps vigorously involved with her art community.
Maliza Kiasuwa’ new series of paper-based collages highlights forms that represent faces and masks—freed from the weight of any intention.
Bing’s chat AI weighs in on AI-generated art in the style of famous artists.
We asked two popular AI-powered text tools on the market, Bing Chat by Microsoft and GPT-4 by OpenAI, about the future of fine art artists.
Spanning nearly 50 years, Celia Paul’s ethereal work offers rich areas for exploration.