Art

Milan Meets Lehmann Maupin

Spearheaded by Jessica Kreps, Lehmann Maupin’s new space is a vibrant addition to the Italian capital's contemporary art scene.

Words by 
Anyu Ching

Art Fuels Life

Mashonda Tifrere has made a powerful impact on the art world through supporting her community in dynamic and creative ways. Now, the Pérez Art Museum Miami is honoring the influential curator and activist for her work uplifting women, people of color, and marginalized voices.

Words by 
K.O. Nnamdie

Julian Charrière's Black Mirrors

From the tar pits of California, the French-Swiss artist has used organic material to develop imagery on large scale, stainless-steel plates through heliography, one of photography’s oldest techniques.

Words by 
Ann Binlot

The 71 Artists in this Year’s Whitney Biennale

Opening on March 20, 2024, “Even Better Than the Real Thing,” showcases the most relevant works and ideas of our time in the longest-running survey of American art ever.

Words by 
Anyu Ching

A Room of Her Own

Look closer into Oda Jaune’s paintings and you will find realistic renderings of nipples and eyes, zoom out and the forms they are affixed to might surprise.

by 
Meka Boyle

Joan Snyder Still Blooms

The archetypal artist's relationship with colors is so synergetic it’s as if she can hear the reds, greens, and browns of the flowers that bloom in her Brooklyn garden.

by 
Meka Boyle