Kiki Smith is fascinated by stories where powers and punishments involve human, animal, and celestial transformations. Her work with fairy tales, myths, and allegories examines human nature’s potential for light and dark, and invites us to invent our own imaginative wanderings.
So few things in life are free but Volume 2 of MTL: Art and the Book, Montreal’s weeklong series of workshops and symposia culminating in a two-day bilingual book fair and boundary-pushing art experience, was one of those rarities
Art & Object had the pleasure of talking to Leah Steinhardt, the Group Director of the Sculpture Objects Functional Art and Design fair (SOFA). In the conversation, Steinhardt discussed the upcoming 2019 fair's theme, her thoughts on collecting art objects, and how the 26 year old fair continues to stay true to its mission.
Celebrity chef and bestselling author Anthony Bourdain, who died last year at the age of 61, had—we’ll just say it—great taste. His personal belongings are being offered in an online auction running through October 30, and they are, singularly and collectively, spectacular.
One of England’s greatest painters is to become the country's first-ever fine artist immortalized on a banknote.
For the past thirty years, master printmaker Sarah Amos has bounced back and forth between Australia and Vermont, an unlikely melding of vastly different environments.
A beautiful new volume from Phaidon gives us a rare glimpse at life inside North Korea.
When historian and journalist Eve Kahn encountered a trove of letters from artist Mary Rogers Williams in 2012, there were scarce references to the late painter online, and her work had barely been exhibited over the past decades.
Native American artifacts that were taken nearly 130 years ago are finally set to be returned to their sacred lands.
Based in Amsterdam, the artist collective Studio Drift defies labels while pushing the boundaries of technology to realize their meditative ideas based on natural forms.