Awol Erizku’s New Show Is—and Is Not—a Drill
In “Cosmic Drill,” which opens today at Ben Brown Fine Arts in London, the multidisciplinary artist reworks his own practice in 10 large-scale aluminum paintings. Imprinted with planetary photography and painted—and painted over—like street art, the processed works visualize the unexpected discovery of drill music.
Donald Trump Demanded Vincent van Gogh. The Guggenheim Gave Him a Toilet Instead.
The former U.S. president requested a particularly tranquil Vincent van Gogh painting to join him during his turbulent time in the White House, but the artwork's owner—the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum—had only a toilet to offer.Read More
This Week In Culture: January 23 - January 29, 2023
Shirin Neshat, Pussy Riot, Jonas Wood, Ai Weiwei, and more tackle the issues of today in this week's art openings.Read More
Making a Big Investment? Fairchain Is the Art World’s Prenup.
FOG Design+Art Toasts the San Francisco Scene With a Preview Gala
This Year’s FOG Design+Art Transcends Generational and Geographic Boundaries
Jessica Taylor Bellamy and Suzanne Lacy Channel the Topography of Los Angeles
Art Cultured Collections
Meet The Computer Programmer-Turned-Collector Reframing the Role of 'Women's Work'
Friedrich Kunath Imagines Impossible Landscapes
Magali Reus Doesn’t Think You Need to Be Dutch to Appreciate Still Life
Art Art History
Football Gone Too Far? David Shrigley’s Terror of Glasgow