Bunny Rogers' Zombie High

"Sanctuary," is the artist's first large-scale solo performance, presented at Performa 19.

Scott Indrisek

Sotheby's Amy Cappellazzo Tells It Like it Is

The art world powerhouse has a frank conversation with The Canvas' Jeremy Hodkin about working at the famed auction house.

Jeremy Hodkin

Watch People Break Shit For The Environment

GARAGE has the exclusive world premiere of Doug Aitken's documentation of "The Garden," his new installation at the Garage Museum of Contemporary Art.

Haley Mellin

How Pop Culture Distorted Pre-Raphaelites Idea of Womanhood

Pre-Raphaelite women went against the norms of their time, so how did they become symbols of passivity?

Angelica Frey

Shirin Neshat's Unflinching Focus

Three decades into her career, the artist shows no sign of stopping.

Nadja Sayej

Meleko Mokgosi Is Going Big

The artist shows a series of works in all of Jack Shainman's New York spaces that are simultaneously timeless and urgent.

siddhartha mitter

Hernan Bas' Finds Beauty in Limbo

History and fantasy mix in the artist's new show at Lehmann Maupin in New York.

Mitchell Kuga

Rachel Feinstein On When it Was Taboo To Be In "Vogue"

The artist speaks with GARAGE on the eve of the opening of her show, "Maiden, Mother, Crone" at The Jewish Museum.

Thora Siemsen

She's Got L'Eggs and She Knows How To Use Them (To Make Art)

A new show at Carl Freedman Gallery in Margate revolves around that much dreaded accessory—hose.

Joseph Bobowicz

Put a Wig On It!

The white cube can’t quash Rachel Harrison’s anarchic spirit.

Scott Indrisek

An Interview with Lisson Gallery's Alex Logsdail

The gallery's executive director talks art fairs, brick & mortar strategy, and Shanghai with The Canvas' Jeremy Hodkin.

Jeremy Hodkin

A Sculpture/Chair That Asks "Who Is Going to Grab My Booty?"

Martine Syms' "chair" sculptures are more than meets the eye.

Tyler Watamanuk