Orly Faya’s portraits merge her subjects with the nature surrounding them.
Two artists go on a Tinder date, each agreeing beforehand to make a film.
Hyperrealist sculptor Carole Feuerman’s astounding work feels so alive because there’s an unbreakable spirit inside each piece.
Jeff Desom creates dioramas of famous movie scenes, then populates them with holograms from the films.
Former inmate Chris Wilson demonstrates how he learned to paint with crushed Skittles and makeshift brushes.
What is the best way to honor a man like Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.? Photographs from a cross-country trip to document streets named after the American icon.
A longtime leader of New York’s performance art world, Martha Wilson’s photographs exist as proof of her experiments with multiple identities.
Filmmaker Julianna Thomas: “One of my biggest pet peeves in art is the lazily-desaturated DSLR video.”
Time-lapse tessellations of cities in motion.
The layout of the French capital is famous for its density and opaqueness. Under attack, suddenly transparency is the norm.
“The first drafter has a black marker and makes an irregular horizontal line near the top of the wall.”
Protesters are clashing in the street over paintings. What is it, whether in art or literature, that makes one thing better than another?