On Lawrence Weschler’s Convergences: When Life Imitates Art

A fan of Lawrence Weschler's convergences, Kerry Folan discovers a moments in her own history when life imitated art.

Rencontres d’Arles 2018: Top Euro Photo Fest, Through a Lens Darkly

Michael Kurcfeld visits the international photography festival Rencontres D'Arles 2018, and sees it through the bleak lens of the modern cultural zeitgeist.

Twentynine Palms: A Photoessay and Conversation Between Deanne Stillman and Cat Gwynn

Deanne Stillman and Cat Gwynn discuss the town of Twentynine Palms, and Stillman's book about the two young women who were killed there 27 years ago today.

On the Misuse of Queer: The Queer Biennial Returns to Los Angeles

Matthew Lax considers the "What if Utopia"-themed Queer Biennial currently on display across Los Angeles for Pride month.

When the Good Book Is Not Enough: Visiting the Museum of the Bible

Sara Lipton visits the Museum of the Bible in Washington, D.C.

Limited Too: Madeline Kuzak’s Solo Exhibition at in lieu Gallery

Maia Asshaq visits Madeline Kuzak's solo exhibition "Limited Too" at in lieu gallery.

Art Inside: Dear Alice

For her latest "Art Inside" essay, Annie Buckley commemorates her late mother, Alice, and the power of art.