In concurrent shows at Lever House and Petzel Gallery, Adam McEwen brings the full force of his artistic oeuvre to bear on the viewer.
The artist, who got his start as an assistant to Takashi Murakami, takes his inspiration from the streets of Tokyo.
Piranhas. Plasma. Disco. At Space Electronic, the 1970s club kids of Florence were living like it was 2030.
The Brooklyn Museum's new exhibition provides a new look at Kahlo's multifaceted identity.
Despite inclement weather, Frieze LA’s VIP collector’s opening was an unequivocal success.
The artist conceptualizes and contorts her own form in a new series exclusively for GARAGE Issue 16.
The artist explores media, pop culture, and spirituality in a new series exclusively for GARAGE's Issue 16.
In time for Frieze L.A., a pop-up roadside attraction that recalls a staple of California quirk.
Milorad Krstic’s new animated feature unravels the mistakes of most films about art or artists, and amplifies the good parts. Like a good psychiatrist.
From the ancient world to upstate New York, serpent healing has long been a source of sacred feminine power. Erin Schwartz gets wrapped up with Serpentessa. Photographed by Frankie Alduino.
At the 2019 Desert X biennial, this fluorescent sculpture reflects the sheer escarpment of San Jacinto Peak.
Tracey Emin married a rock. Erika Eiffel divorced the Eiffel Tower. Objectum sexuality, the feeling of romantic attachment to inanimate objects, is for real.