Your Concise Los Angeles Art Guide for January 2021

We’re back with our first monthly roundup of art exhibitions in 2021, and I’m particularly enthusiastic about this selection. There’s a mix of...

Roam the Galleries of the Metropolitan Museum via Augmented Reality

What if you could roam the galleries of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, learn about the artwork, and even play...

An Expansive View of Asian Identity at the Asia Society Triennial

It was clear from its premise that the Asia Society Triennial would be a difficult feat: a triennial about the most populous continent...

Maine College of Art Is Now Accepting Applications for Its MFA in Studio Art...

Call for ApplicationsThe Master of Fine Arts in Studio Art program at Maine College of Art (MECA) supports interdisciplinary studio practice, which encourages...

Sticker art diptych on a NYC traffic control box – The Artsology Blog

It’s pretty common to see the green traffic control boxes in New York City covered with graffiti, street art, or sticker art, and...

A Tribute to a Filmmaker Who’s Chronicled Black Life, From Civil Rights to Post-Katrina...

Sam Pollard is one of the most overlooked cinematic multihyphenates in the US. An editor, producer, director, and professor active for more than...

Esther Pearl Watson Channels Strange Pandemic Life in 100 Paintings

LOS ANGELES — In 2020, I can’t count the number of times that my social media feeds shared how iconic names, like Shakespeare...

How a Trump Executive Order Aims to Set White Supremacy in Stone

Do y’all remember the “Unite the Right 2” rally, held in Washington DC on August 12, on the anniversary of the deadly white...

Weird Animations About Infidelity, Warfare, and Quitting Smoking

Bill Plympton sculpts mesmerizing animation out of caricature. Though he works with just basic drawing materials, he transcends those limitations by imbuing everything...

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