For those who know him as a filmmaker, Stanley Kubrick’s early stint as a photojournalist is a revelation.
Wonder Without Land submerges the audience into a beautified and grotesque dreamscape exploring themes in childhood memory, construction of identity, discovery of sensory experiences and storytelling…
A Life in a Sea of Red presents six different political and social eras in Communist China and the Soviet Union.
What is the role of a flower? It just exists. And those who like to go and look at it, smell it and like it, say, what a beautiful flower it is, it exists.
This fall the Portland Art Museum presents Hank Willis Thomas: All Things Being Equal..., the first major survey of the work of one of America’s most important conceptual artists working today.
The aim of CIBO is to remind us that food is the unique and yet universal component that connects human beings across the globe.
From September 21, 2019 to January 19, 2020, the Art Institute of Chicago presents Photography + Folk Art: Looking for America in the 1930s, an examination of American art at the height of the Great…
Eve Arnold was a woman in a profession dominated by men. She strongly opposed the label of “woman photographer” because she simply wanted to be recognized as a photographer who happened to be a woman.