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Comprising thousands of pieces of Favrile glass, the 20-foot installation shares a common language with the era's Impressionist paintings.
While painting on canvas often slows life right down, paper works were frequently the stuff of sketchbooks, not necessarily labored over in some studio.
Portraits by Caledonia Curry (aka Swoon) reveal the connectedness of bodies, psychological landscapes, landforms, and built environments.
While the world is burning outside the ephemeral veneer of this week, artists at NADA, Untitled, and Ink Miami explore intimacy, femininity, and Latinidad.
Josiah McElheny’s latest sculptures reject traditionally idealized forms in favor of the imperfect.
An exhibition of Barbara Nessim’s drawings contextualizes the artist’s graphic portraiture of women against the backdrop of shifting gender roles and equity in the US.
"Why can you buy lasagne flavour snacks in Thailand but not in Italy? Which country can cope with the hottest chili? And why do Germans like paprika so much?"
The nonprofit, based out of the University of Toronto, asked a group of Arab and Muslim artists for a last-minute “sensitivity review” of their exhibition.
“To go all the way from a clone of archaebacteria, in just 3.7 billion years, to the B-Minor Mass and the Late Quartets, deserves a better technical term for the record than randomness,” the poetic scientist Lewis Thomas wrote in his forgotten masterpiece of perspective. This
A Major Retrospective Celebrates Iris van Herpen’s Mesmerizing Designs at the Intersection of Art, Fashion, and Science
Water, skeletons, and the origins of life usher in a major retrospective of the exquisite, otherworldly garments of Iris van Herpen ( previously ). On view now at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs , Sculpting the Senses is a celebration of the Dutch designer’s groundbreaking
Explore new directions in your work with artists from around the world while being inspired by studio spaces and facilities in the Canadian Rocky Mountains.
Selected Work, 1988–2023 at Flea Street features early landscapes of France, Italy, New Mexico, and more recent cityscapes of Paris, San Francisco, and New York.
The multidisciplinary artist wanted us to imagine how we can shape society and uplift our communities
Love Hultén Merges Audio-Visual Experiences with Mid-Century Aesthetics in His Elaborate Synthesizers
Whether ocean-themed, compact with a slide-out keyboard, or installed vertically on the wall, Love Hultén ’s elaborate custom synthesizers ( previously ) are one-of-a-kind. Combining a love for woodworking and sound art, the Gothenburg, Sweden-based artist and designer merges
The Cloisters, but make it gingerbread . (On view at the Museum of the City of New York until January 15.) 💬 Join the discussion on kottke.org →
Next year marks the 100th anniversary of surrealism, an enduring movement the poet André Breton sparked in 1924. Countless artists across disciplines have been inspired by the uncanny, unconscious, and fantastic, a few of which are celebrated in a forthcoming book written by
RIP Norman Lear: Watch Full Episodes of His Daring 70s Sitcoms, Including All in the Family, Maude, The Jeffersons, and More
On the evening of January 12, 1971, CBS viewers across the United States sat down to a brand new sitcom preceded by a highly unusual disclaimer. The program they were about to see, it declared, “seeks to throw a humorous spotlight on our frailties, prejudices, and concerns. By
A colleague got an angry note. It concluded with, “you should know better.” The transgression? The sender was offended that my friend had written a post about a concept she’s been developing for nearly a decade. Of course, no idea is unique, and the posted idea sort of rhymed
You’re busy. You don’t have much time to figure out the deal with Large Language Models (aka LLMs). But you have some curiosity. Enter Andrej Karpathy and his presentation, “A Busy Person’s Introduction to Large Language Models.” It’s a one-hour tutorial that explains “the core
From pickleball to doctors’ offices, the malls of tomorrow will look a little bit different.
Surprising no one, ChatGPT was Morning Consult’s fastest-growing brand of 2023.