The young painter reinvents centuries of art history in works that merge realism and abstraction, beauty and camp, and subversion and self-absorption.
In a book of watercolors, the Swedish artist and illustrator turns away from his fashion work for more intimate portraits that reflect the fragility of the human body as a protest against the slow response to the AIDS crisis.
After bursting onto the New York art scene straight out of Columbia in the mid-2000s with his heavy metal-inspired works, the provocative artist is returning to the city from a stint upstate with newly sophisticated and subdued pieces.
Born hard-of-hearing and diagnosed early with autism, the Belgian artist creates work from strange juxtapositions of everyday objects, revealing new facets of their daily existences.
The young Manhattan-raised artist reinterprets the black urban experience in her paintings, sculptures, and installations, working with “avatars” composed of paint and recycled materials to reflect the city’s diverse energy.
The legendary artist and native New Yorker takes inspiration from the untrammeled waters of Iceland and late-night West Village jazz sets in her works about identity, memory, and desire.
After founding the Tumblr Black Contemporary Art and the Twitter and Instagram accounts Museum Mammy, the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s social media manager works to bring new voices and audiences into the art history establishment.
Geometric shapes, organic forms, and architectural patterns intermingle in the artist’s vast and richly spiritual drawings.
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Born into a creative family, the Argentine artist finds new energy with bright pops of color and powerful new stone sculptures in a new stage in her artistic development.