Five Years of Embajada
The Puerto Rican art gallery wants to be a bridge between the island's art scene and the rest of the world.
ThugPop Wants You to Be Free
Christen Mooney is transforming his online moniker, ThugPop, into an online platform where anyone can shop, contemplate his art, and feel understood.
Come Collect Your 1-Up From Julia Wachtel and Wendy White’s New Show
The artists' latest exhibition, "Airlok or Gazing Into The Void" at D.C.’s Von Ammon Co., was inspired by Google Image Search.
Draw Me A Bird
In "Together, a Short Film," the National YoungArts Foundation (YoungArts) gathers animated support.
The Many Figures of Kathrine Narducci
The Harlem-born actress, beloved for roles in “The Sopranos” and “A Bronx Tale,” is bringing characters to life in her painting studio.
While the Museums Are Closed, Let Us Watch "The Bachelor"
Nemacolin, a gated collection of resort hotels, is home to a 900-piece art collection—and the most recent season of TV's most-watched reality show.
Of Satan, Captain America, and Daniel Johnston
This year’s Outsider Art Fair exalts the late musician’s visual art.
"Solace" in the Afternoon
An illustrated visit to Brooklyn-based artist Marsha Pels' retrospective at Lubov delivers a Bling Ring spectacle.
Raven Halfmoon On Toeing the Line Between Her Caddo Heritage and TikTok
The artist's new show is now on view at Ross + Kramer.
Mathew Cerletty's Objects Are Closer Than They Appear
The paintings in his solo show at The Power Station reveal a part of ourselves in the quotidian.
Brie Ruais' Desert Magic
The Brooklyn-based sculptor’s current exhibition in Los Angeles is shaped by her road trip in the desert during the election week.
Can a Painting of a Horse be a Metaphor for Queer Desire?
Twenty-four-year-old artist Dominique Knowles's paintings are a study in the complexities of intimacy—and his love for a childhood pet.