The surrealism of Rosenstein’s work comes from the way something so bewitching can also be nightmarish, bodily, ironic, and enigmatic.
When Yayoi Kusama established herself in New York City in 1958, the first thing she did was visit the Empire State Building. She climbed the landmark, looked out at the astonishing city, and, as she…
As American states levy an unprecedented amount of anti-trans bill proposals, the art of drag is gaining traction. We’ve rounded up artists who, whether working in drag or drag adjacent, have…
Master of Finnish Modernism and Gender Pioneer
Once considered a great impressionist, why has Marie Bracquemond remained unknown to much of art history?
Fiber artist Allison Morgan shares the inspiration behind her intricately beaded sculptural works.