An artist updates the traditions of pastoral painting.
Painting as storytelling.
The writer on her new novel, why style is political, and the kinds of subjectivity we experience.
Two artists render the historical legacies of racism.
Painting that works with politics and abstraction.
Bringing painting into space as an object.
Repainting a European encounter with the Ottoman Empire.
The painter talks about her work across cultures.
On suffering, beauty, and utility.
A painter seeks to expand the world’s visual library.
Portraits that capture the everyday.
Painting and sculpting faces.
Honoring the art-making process.
The artist finds inspiration, and space, in Detroit for his sculptural paintings.
Bliumis paints people who serve—cab drivers, waiters, hairdressers, nurses—along with their indifferent patrons. With fellow painter Gangloff he talks composition, color, and brushes.
The relationship of colors on and off the canvas.
An exhibition by a prior member of the Situationist International.
Heightening the experience of images.