Cincinnati muralist William Rankins Jr. is losing his work to redevelopment.
Artist Emmalene Blake's mural on the wall of a Dublin pub became an iconic image of Gaza's grief. Then one day, she got an Instagram message from the Palestinian woman in the image.
Jada Pinkett Smith is the kind of celebrity that makes headlines just by breathing. But looking at those headlines — mostly about her marriage to fellow actor, Will Smith — made host Brittany Luse think that most people have gotten Jada all wrong. A graduate of the Baltimore School for the Arts, Jada's best known for her acting, but she's also a producer, musician, and painter. After reading her memoir, Worthy, Brittany noticed the way Jada's artistic mind and process had been overlooked. So, she sat down with Jada to ask about it. They talked about what Jada's painting, what she got out of her time as a rock singer, why she looks at her relationship with Will as a masterpiece, and what she wants for her future.
Oddsmakers say Barbie will win this year's Oscar for production design. Our critic makes the case for Poor Things, which methodically builds a unique world for its main character to thrive within.
Sets are often discarded after productions, with thousands of tons of materials going into dumpsters each year. Now art directors and their allies are pushing for a more sustainable approach.
Singer-songwriter Alicia Keys and her husband, rapper/producer Kasseem Dean are also art collectors. A new exhibition highlights the contemporary Black artists who've caught their attention.
Created by cartoonist Naji al-Ali in 1969, Handala is a 10-year-old Palestinian refugee with his back to the world. The war in Gaza has renewed interest in this representation of Palestinian struggle.
First of all, can we stop using the word "liminal"? Bianca Bosker spent five years doing in-depth research for Get the Picture — an irreverent book about "strategic snobbery" in the art world.
Long before the Balenciaga label made recent headlines with teddy bears togging harnesses and Kardashians in athletic wear sashaying beneath Hollywood palms, the brand's namesake set the pace for exquisite cuts and craftsmanship in austere Barcelona, Madrid and Paris studios.
Prison Reimagined: Presidential Portrait Project is on exhibit at President Lincoln's Cottage in Washington. The work of incarcerated artists challenges U.S. presidents' records on mass incarceration.
H. Sinno, former lead singer of the pioneering Lebanese rock band Mashrou' Leila, pairs their own history with that of the Metropolitan Museum's Temple of Dendur in their new opera.
Shipping containers may seem like a sustainable construction material, but are they actually eco-friendly? Many people don't want a heavily-used container — and the energy bills are through the roof.
The National Gallery of Art is showing more than 100 of Mark Rothko's paintings on paper, many on view for the first time, in a new glimpse of the artist best known for huge paintings on canvas.
We asked six Israeli and Palestinian artists about how the outbreak of war between Israel and Hamas has affected their lives and their work. They shared stories of fear, anger, sadness and pain.
The practice dates back hundreds of years, when people started using cloth bundles to carry items to and from public baths. Eventually, it evolved into a wrapping art form.