Our newest Artwork Biography comes from musicologist Rebecca Bodenheimer.
In ‘A Woman’s Work’ Noelle shares her investigation into Grace Carpenter Hudson’s ‘Blue Monday,’ an unusual painting of a Pomo Indian woman and child.
A collaborative image threatens the relationship between artist and muse.
America’s pioneer political drama saw the nation falling short of its ideals. Almost one hundred years later, the play is more relevant than ever.
A conceptual design for a war memorial prioritizes the individual over the community, upending a centuries-old architectural language.
An obscure art film raises the question of censorship at a major art institution.
In 1987 an American choreographer working in Europe turned ballet on its head. Dance would never be the same.
With ‘Midnight’s Children’ author Salman Rushdie found his voice. It would become an international cause.