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.
What Does Your Favorite Museum Smell Like?
Match the signature scent to the international art hub!
The Art of Crafting Frida Kahlo’s Image
The Brooklyn Museum's new exhibition provides a new look at Kahlo's multifaceted identity.
“Whitewalling” Is the New Term Describing Exclusion In the Art World
Aruna D'Souza's “Whitewalling : Art, Race & Protest in 3 Acts” addresses spectacle, appropriation, and exclusion in the white cube.
For Me, David Bowie Lives On
The past two years have only complicated my relationship with the iconic Mr. Jones.