Amy Sherald's Color Code: To Sea or Not To Sea

Michelle Obama's portraitist takes us on a virtual tour of her favorite shade of green.

Thea Ballard

The Must See Shows in London this Fall

From Kara Walker, to William Blake, and even Anna Delvey; these are the shows everyone will be talking about.

Hettie Judah

Gus Van Sant's Hollywood Boulevard

In a new show at Vito Schnabel Gallery, the filmmaker, now painter, goes deep on Los Angeles' storied thoroughfare.

Nadja Sayej

Unbridled: The Wild Equestrian Statues of Jean-Marie Appriou

The young French sculptor brings his aluminum stable to Central Park.

Dan Thawley

Can an Underwater Desert Restore Jamaica’s Ailing Coral?

Swiss artist Claudia Comte is betting on it.

Brian Boucher

Hassan Hajjaj is No Shrinking Violet

The photographer's retrospective opens this week at the Maison Européenne de la Photographie in Paris.

Nadja Sayej

Painter Marcus Jahmal Doubles Down

The artist, whose new show just opened at Almine Rech, counts Thom Browne, dice games, and his dog as inspirations.

Scott Indrisek

Word Play and Women's Work with Eve Fowler

The artist's universe unrolls in two consecutive shows at Morán Morán in Los Angeles.

Eliza Wallace

Emma Summerton Has "Landed"

Looking through the photographer's private stash of Polaroids ahead of her debut solo show at the Christophe Guy Galerie in Zurich.

Laia Garcia-Furtado

Is Online Piracy an Art Form?

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, also the defining aesthetic of our times, probably.

Isaac Kariuki

A Look Inside Peggy Guggenheim's Scrapbooks

"Peggy Guggenheim: The Last Dogaressa," opens in Venice this fall.

Nadja Sayej

Stephanie Dinkins Is Turning Memoir Into AI

"Not The Only One" (N'TOO), a project rooted in the importance of family history, was shown at the Seattle Art Fair at the beginning of August.

Tatum Dooley