The vast territory of self-representation is hard to navigate; nonetheless, the National Academy Museum presents its latest exhibit, “SELF: Portraits of Artists in Their Absence,” which sparks a conversation about the changing nature of self-representation and the artist’s motive behind it.
Patrice Aphrodite Helmar’s, SoA ’15, Neiman Gallery show “Born Into This” extends beyond photography, exploring humanity and the traces it leaves behind.
“Power Collage” uses art as a means by which to examine social movements.
TASCHEN is putting out its third “Package Design Book,” featuring interesting artworks that have won worldwide prizes.
"OUTLET," which opens at Postcrypt Art Gallery on Friday, looks at the ways in which art has adapted to the digital age.
With her portraits of pregnant woman, Annie Leibovitz has explored the idea of natural fullness more than once. But she abandons this motif in her new photo exhibition at the New-York Historical Society.
Barnard’s Student Government Association is hoping to bring a new dimension to the conversation about sexual assault by hosting “Creating a Safer Space,” a student art exhibition focusing on sexual assault from the artist’s experiences.
Bearden reimagines Homer’s epic to depict the African American journey in “Black Odyssey.”
The first American retrospective of Elaine Sturtevant, TC ’75, opens at MoMA Nov. 9.