Art in the age of trump
A Year's Worth of Anti-Trump Art
How have artists weighed in against the presidency so far?
Matthew Rolston Holds Up a Funhouse Mirror to Art History
In a striking new series, the storied magazine photographer revisits a curious popular reconstruction of some painterly and sculptural classics.
The Haas Brothers: A Design for Life
Most artist-designers would be hard-pressed to justify a retrospective at the age of 32, but few in the younger-than-Jesus demographic have produced a multimedia oeuvre as wide-ranging, singular, and straight-out fun as have the Haas Brothers’.
Expressionism, Now with Added Black
"LA is like death in the sunshine." Even when he's being "optimistic," German painter André Butzer can't keep his dark side in check for long. But returning to the city after a lengthy break, the artist has made positive use of his impulse to destroy.
How to Turn a Studio into a Rumpus Room into an Exhibition
“I’m in a good place.” Friedrich Kunath has had his share of ups and downs, but in a sprawling new exhibition at Blum & Poe the Los Angeles painter lays bare his soul—and a remarkable studio—with a positive attitude and a higher purpose.