The Washington, D.C.-based painter became famous for his Drape works — vibrantly painted pieces of fabric that he hung by clips and could never be presented the same way twice.
Vladyslav Krasnoshchok describes himself as a "geopolitical surrealist" painter. Since Russia's invasion of Ukraine began, he's been photographing the war with a vintage Olympus 35 mm camera.
The National Women's History Museum and the National Museum of the American Latino were authorized by Congress in 2020.
Sidelined by the pandemic, the Dakar Biennale is back. The theme of this year's festival is "Ĩ Ndaffa" — meaning "out of the fire," as artists forge bold visions of the world.
One of the country's most celebrated photographers, Gordon Parks used his camera as a weapon against racial injustice. Howard University has recently acquired more than 250 of Parks' images.
San Francisco's transit system hopes short stories printed on receipts for riders will benefit both commuters and creative writers.
Using found materials and trash, artists from the Democratic Republic of Congo create getups that draw attention to Kinshasa's woes. Belgian photographer Colin Delfosse snaps their portraits.
In 2016, a former Disney animator gave his followers a challenge: draw a mermaid every day for the month of May. Today, prompts motivate people to make pieces of mermaid art.
A man who was apparently disguised as an old woman in a wheelchair was detained after throwing a piece of cake at the Mona Lisa.
Photographer An Rong Xu reconnects with his identity through capturing images of his community through his perspective.
The exhibition spans decades and includes spoken word performances, sound rituals and installations by Chicano and Puerto Rican artists.