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ARTIST STATEMENT
Pow Martinez’s Painterly Figures Are Very Online

In a particularly gripping new canvas on view at Silverlens New York, the Manila-based artist...

CULTURE CLUB
The Whitney Art Party Goes Out of This World

On Jan. 31, the Whitney Museum of American Art hosted its fundraising event Art Party, which...

ART
A Half-Century of Hip Hop’s Visual Impact

At Fotografiska, indelible portraits of the genre’s most unfuckwithable stars prove their...

CULTURE CLUB
Art and Design Upstarts Turn Out in Force for Young Collectors Night

On January 26, the Park Avenue Armory hosted over 500 of New York’s most ardent art and design...

ART
At the Nasher Sculpture Center, Theaster Gates Fuses Japanese and Black Culture

The Dallas institution has opened “Afro Mingei,” a convivial gathering space envisioned by...

FILM
M3gan, a Style Icon and Cautionary Tale

An overnight pop culture phenomenon, the murderous doll’s meticulously constructed wardrobe and...

Exhibition
With ‘Merge’, Duplex’s Patrizio Chiarparini Flexes His Eye for Spotting Where Art and Function Meet

The show of works by Duccio Maria Gambi meditates on the intersection of nature and manmade...

ART
A Monument to Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King Divides Critics

Hank Willis Thomas and MASS Design Group’s tribute is drawing mixed reviews—including...

ART
Tom of Finland’s Homoerotic World-Building Helped Pioneer the Queer Zine

The queer Finnish illustrator changed the world’s erotic imagination. A new exhibition at David...

ARTIST STATEMENT
Robin Rhode Choreographs a Woman-to-Bird Metamorphosis

In a surreal series of photographic prints, the South Africa–born artist choreographs a fluid...

TECHNOLOGY
Who’s the Better Curator: Man or Machine?

As debates about AI’s potential impact on the creative industries rage on, a new exhibition...

ART
Titus Kaphar’s Directorial Debut Is More Proof That Nobody Plans to Shut Up

The acclaimed painter wrestles with art-world racism in “Shut Up and Paint,” a documentary that

ART
In Houston, Two Outsider Art Hallmarks Get a New Lease on Life

The Orange Show Center for Visionary Art is undertaking a $2 million restoration project of two...

Art
Worrell Yeung Fashions a Pristine Home for Canal Projects

A storied cast-iron building on a SoHo street corner is the arts organization’s new home, and...

ARTIST STATEMENT
Lisa Edelstein Paints Unedited Everyday Moments

The decorated “House” actress, who discovered watercolors during the pandemic, throws it back...