Gallerist Jack Shainman Reveals His Personal Art Collection at Home in Kinderhook, New York
Jammie Holmes Unveils the Rural Black South to the World
How Many Jonas Woods Can You See in a Jonas Wood?
Opening January 22 at David Kordansky Gallery in Los Angeles, “Plants and Animals” presents Jonas Wood’s latest body of work, full of allusions to others. Ahead of the show, the artist speaks to Cultured about the power of storytelling in his paintings.
In Tampa, Lucy Sparrow Felts Her Most Ambitious Installation to Date
Opening January 20, sightseers and Sunshine State locals can walk through aisles of “Tampa Fresh Foods” in Tampa, Florida and handpick the artist’s felt groceries, ranging from a pack of bubblegum to a Cuban deli sandwich.
In Parallel Mothers, Penelope Cruz Reminds Us Why She’s an Icon
In director Pedro Almodóvar’s latest Spanish-language film, the actor plays melodramatic as real as it gets.
The Los Angeles Home of Lyndon and Janine Sherman Barrois Is Filled with Contemporary Art
Who Killed Jeffrey Epstein? Dasha Nekrasova’s Debut Horror-Comedy Embraces the Conspiracy
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Young Artists 2022
Youth, like art, is a mindset, not an age. The handpicked individuals that follow radiate with the energy of potential.
Young Curators 2021
The age of the super-curator, who makes themselves the main attraction, is over. A new generation of curators, who are often more interested in social practices, in overlooked histories, in the unglamorous side of exhibition-making, in asking, “what if?” are now coming into their own. Here are eight New Yorkers putting the work first.