Chandra Noyes

The Iranian Revolution ushered in an era of social change that many Iranians, especially women, are still grappling with. When the Iranian people took to the streets to overthrow their monarch in…

Last month, the art world mourned the loss of Marisa Merz, the only female artist associated with the Arte Povera movement. Merz, who died in her native Turin at 93, was known for her…

Award-winning photographer Joel Sartore is on a mission to document the world’s dwindling wildlife population. For his extensive Photo Ark

The groundbreaking designs of Pierre Cardin have been giving us a look at the future for nearly seven decades. This fall, experience his vision of a new world in Pierre Cardin: Future Fashion…

The US-Mexico border saw a rare moment of carefree joy this week, thanks to a creative-thinking art and architecture duo.

Installed in between the vertical steel slats of a section of…

Last week, a group of foundations came together to ensure the preservation of an important trove of American history. Citing the goal of, “public benefit to ensure the broadest access for the…

After months of protests and calls for his resignation, Whitney Museum of American Art Board Vice-Chair Warren Kanders has resigned from his post. Kanders, who, according to the New York Times,…

Through her carefully crafted photographic compositions, Olivia Parker invites us in to explore the wonders of the natural world with her. In her first comprehensive retrospective of a nearly 50-…