Fiber Works Seek to “Celebrate, Mourn, and Heal” the Experiences of Indigenous Women

Handwoven textile (detail view) and installation by Sariah Park, on view in Decoding Craft (All images courtesy the artists and the Hurleyville Performing Arts Centre)As...

Mourning the Death of the American Dream

Lizania Cruz’s Obituaries of the American Dream: 1931-2020, commissioned for El Museo del Barrio’s ESTAMOS BIEN: LA TRIENAL 20/21 (all images courtesy of...

Back in NYC, seeing old friends – The Artsology Blog

I was back in Manhattan yesterday for the first time in months, and went to see the current shows of Peter Saul and...

Colorful and Loving Murals in Philadelphia Are Inspiring People to Vote

Candy Alexandra González, “Altar to our voting rights ancestors / Altara los ancestros que lucharon por los derechos del votante” in To the...

Dogs celebrated – but not allowed – at this park in Callicoon? – The...

I took a day trip to Callicoon, NY last month, and at one point in my explorations, I pulled into a parking lot...

Animal Sculpture Trophies – Nick Mackman Animal Sculpture

I’ve been making animal sculpture trophies for the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition since 1998. This year was to be very different from...

Take a Walk Around the Globe With These Emerging Street Photographers

Winner of the first prize ($1,000) of the Street Photography Award: Maude Bardet, “Goat Auctions in Nizwa,” Oman (all images courtesy the artists...

A chance to survey the work of KAWS at the Brooklyn Museum in 2021...

I received a press release from The Brooklyn Museum announcing that they will present the first major survey of KAWS in the New...

Ray Charles and Gene Simmons at Asbury Park – The Artsology Blog

The last time I visited Asbury Park to enjoy the beach, I noticed these two concert posters on the side of the Asbury...

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