More Than Just 'Beautiful People'
John Edmonds seeks an elusive 'X factor' in his subjects
This Year’s Whitney Biennial Weaves Controversy Into Its DNA
Janiva Ellis, Kota Ezawa, Josh Kline and more are undaunted by the issues of the day.
The Whitney Biennial 'Almost Put Kanye In The Toilet'
Photographer Heji Shin sounds off on the exhibition, Steve Bannon, and the 'almost hysterical fear of ambiguity in art.'
What’s Changed Since the Guerrilla Girls Began Calling Out Art-World Sexism in 1985?
Not as much as we like to pretend, say the Guerilla Girls in an exclusive interview with GARAGE.
Dana Schutz: Shaking Out the Bed
Dana Schutz has attracted controversy ever since her painting of murdered black teen Emmett Till whipped up debate at this year's Whitney Biennial. Now some are calling for Boston's ICA to pull her show there. But does the work suggest a way forward?
Bunny in the Headlights
On view this July at the Whitney Museum of American Art is Bunny Rogers’ “Brig und Ladder,” a sometimes-confounding fusion of personal reflection and pop-cultural theatrics.
Joseph R. Wolin