• Smashing Statues, Building Community

    Erin L. Thompson thinks about what it means to record the process of destroying art in Aaron Tugendhaft's "The Idols of ISIS."

    Lana Del Rey, Fragile Feminism, and White Fragility in a Moment of Black Lives Matter

    Christine Capetola dissects Lana Del Rey's "fragile feminism" and the history behind her social media tirade.

    Hamilton is America’s Monumental Epic. That’s a Good Thing.

    Pasquale Toscano interrogates the epic lineage of the notable release of Lin-Manuel Miranda's famed musical.

    Photographing a Bruise: Catherine Opie’s “Rhetorical Landscapes” at the Regen Projects

    Jonathan Alexander looks at bruises and swamps Catherine Opie’s “Rhetorical Landscapes.”

    Contemporary Female Artists at the First Virtual Frieze Art Fair

    Catherine Corman features a few prominent artists in the first ever virtual Frieze Art Fair, which ran May 8 through 15, 2020.

    What Dickens Would Have Thought About Improv Comedy

    Emily Anne Foster relates Middleditch & Schwartz's improv special to the wacky pantheon of Dickens characters.

    Fontana after the Ruins: A Conversation with Luca Massimo Barbero

    Alexandre Saden talks with curator Luca Massimo Barbero about the exhibition "Lucio Fontana: Walking the Space" at Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles.