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.
Artist Leelee Kimmel Paints 'Like A Game of Twister'
This is the artist’s first solo show at Almine Rech, Paris.
Theresa Chromati's New Growth
The Baltimore raised, Brooklyn-based artist speaks on her practice, and hooks us up with a playlist.
How John Currin's Freaky-Ass Paintings Helped Me See Myself
There's a lot of power in unflinching female asymmetry.
Chantal Joffe Uses Painting To Chart the Maternal Bond
Joffe is modernizing the long-standing tradition of female artists painting their children.
Kim Gordon's Paintings Are An Encyclopedia of Cool
The 'Sonic Youth' bassist has a whole separate career in visual art—but don't call it a side hustle.
Did Lil Uzi Vert's New Video Just Reference Yves Klein?
The video for 'That's A Rack' features nude women covered in blue paint.
In Joni Mitchell’s Self-Portraits, She Finally Makes Her Own Image
The singer’s self-portraits are a revelation in how she sees herself.
Non-Mannerist Painting Is Alive and Well (and Why Not?)
In a conversation in his Chinatown studio, artist Becket Bowes deciphers his a-stylistic paintings.
Frieze London | The Female Artists Reimagining Womanhood
The women using collage, art, and media to show the state of femininity in their homelands
Kerry James Marshall is Making His Own Pop Art
The artist's new show at David Zwirner in London questions the legacy of "white artists’ rebellious father-son relationship to art history."