Cecelia Condit’s Video Art is Going Viral On TikTok
How a video about cannibalism became a viral sensation.
At 80, Judy Chicago is Still Breaking Rules
The trailblazing feminist artist famed for her Dinner Party installation—the first grand-scale feminist artwork—celebrates eight decades this Saturday.
Seth Price’s Self as Tube
It's the post-conceptual artist's first European gallery exhibition of the works.
Leah Schrager is an Ethnographer of the Extremely Online
The body artist's parody of Instagram culture was on display last weekend at Montauk Beach House.
Ceramicist Katie Kimmel is 'Going Full Egg'
The artist's upcoming L.A. show draws inspiration from the egg caricatures her great-grandfather used to draw.
Is Maximalism the Most Overlooked Art Movement Ever?
A new show at ICA Boston might just be the remedy.
Why Do Museums Need Unions?
In New York City and beyond, employees at cultural institutions are joining the union fight for better wages and a seat at the table.
Dominique Fung Flips the Script on Orientalism
The second-generation Chinese-Canadian artist's new solo show, 'Wash your Corners,' closes this month at Ross+Kramer Gallery.
An Artistic Exploration of Love, DNA, and Biohacking
At the Temperature of My Body, her latest exhibition at NYC’s Fridman Gallery, makes art out of custom virus creation.
These 7 Artists Are Redefining Patriotism
Anti-Trump art has snowballed into a bona fide resistance movement.
Slime, Bald Dudes, and Siberian Throat Singing? Welcome To Mika Rottenberg's Mind
The artist's latest work, 'Spaghetti Blockchain,' debuts at the New Museum.
What Does 'Radical Love' Mean To You?
For these artists, there’s no one right answer.